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Starting a Successful Blog when you have NO CLUE!: 7 Steps to WordPress Bliss.... (Beginner Internet Marketing Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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"A lot of the books about blogging assume you have at least a basic knowledge of the computer and steps needed. This one breaks it down into English with step by step instruction and explanation. Wonderful place to start if you've got no clue".
"I have a popular blog that has been active for over 8 years. It gets tens of thousands of visitors every month and I neglect it terribly. It has been a long-term goal to tend to it more carefully and this book has the beginning steps to get back to the basics and determine if I have things set up for the most efficiency, best hosting, and structure. I appreciated having guidance from someone who has mapped out this process so effectively."
"This book is excellent! It is a step by step guide to setting up a blog. It includes definitions and descriptions along the way, so that you understand what you are setting up and why. There are also many tips and suggestions as well. I had no idea what I was doing, and now I have an operating blog done the right way!"
"A quick, no nonsense, book! Just the way I like it! I have an existing blog using wordpress and I wish I had this book while setting everything up."
- ASIN : B084SDV2ZW
- Publication date : February 14, 2020
- Language : English
- File size : 4302 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Not Enabled
- Print length : 122 pages
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #3,652 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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First, the information is presented in an easy-t-understand, highly readable manner. Not only are there plenty of pictures, but author Gundi Gabrielle has chosen to insert arrows to point out the highlights. Ms. Gabrielle goes on to explain potentially necessary apps, and why budding website owners may want to add them.
There are literally TONS of links in the ebook, most of which lead you to information about buying another product BUT the whole idea is learning about starting a successful blog. Unless you're just doing it so you can say you have one, most people either want the personal notoriety or to put a few bucks in their pockets. The bottom line is that it will be extremely difficult, if not possible, to accomplish this without many of the tools the author has suggested. Think of this book as a guide, or a shortcut to doing things the right way.
Very helpful is the "Resources" section in the back, where Ms. Gabrielle has collected all the different companies and tools in one convenient spot. Training for WordPress as well as plain old beginner training for new bloggers is also featured.
Bottom Line -- This book lives up to its title in more ways than one. If you are looking to start a blog and want to do it quickly and correctly, you can't do better than starting with Gundi Gabrielle's book. Five stars.
1) The Look Inside does NOT show enough actual content to let you determine if the book is meaty enough to be actually useful.
2) The content is so basic it feels as if it was written for people who’ve been living in a cave somewhere, without a computer, for a couple decades at least.
3) The level at which this is written is really almost condescending; assumption being the reader is ignorant, technophobic or worse.
This book, for my purposes, was a waste of money. You can find better stuff online for free.
The book is written by an obviously very knowledgable person. who wrote the book not for beginners (as I falsely supposed) but for people, who easily find their way among the expressions, references and explanations. I read the text, was familiar with the words in other contexts, but not the way used and understood in the world of blogs. After fighting my way through the pages, I was still in the dark. For example even before reading this book, sometimes by accident I could upload a picture, but most of the time I cannot. I eagerly looked up in this book the section about inserting a photo and after a few hours of acute frustrations, I still did not know how to do it. Same with the plugins. Many readers complain that the book is too simplistic; but I was frustrated by it, because it was not able to teach me the basics.,
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I wish I had read it before I started!
Excellent tips and resources!!!