3 edition of Building a TypePad blog people want to read found in the catalog.
Building a TypePad blog people want to read
|Statement||by Scott McNulty|
|LC Classifications||TK5105.8884 .M357 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 259 p. :|
|Number of Pages||259|
|LC Control Number||2010284735|
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But to actually build a good blog—to create a blog people want to read—takes thought, planning, and some effort. From picking the right TypePad plan and working with domains to managing posts and building a community, creating a successful blog involves making critical decisions at.
But to actually build a good blog—to create a blog people want to read—takes thought, planning, and some effort. From picking the right TypePad plan and working with domains to managing posts and building a community, creating a successful blog involves making critical decisions at Format: Paperback.
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The kind people at Peachpit sent me 25 copies of my new book, called Building a TypePad Blog People Want to Read, and I did what any normal person would do: laid them all out on our dining room table and took a picture of me making a face in front of them: Here's the real point of this post: buy a darned copy of the book.
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As you probably gathered from the title, Building a TypePad Blog People Want to Read is all about TypePad (which I totally heart). I've learned a bunch of stuff about writing from my first two books (and the reviews on my WordPress book) and I applied those lessons to make this book much better.
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