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Moving Your Blog: How to transfer your blog to your own personal domain name and server from Blogger/Blogspot or

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Why Move Your Blog? (

Branding: having your blog hosted by someone else will dilute your personal brand and lessen its power
Credibility: people take you more seriously when you have your own domain – it’s more professional. A Blogspot or address advertises someone else’s services and can make you look like an amateur.
ebook, 1, 84 pages
Published September 12th 2012 by DJE Site Payments
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The best book I've ever written! :P
Christine Rice
Moving Your Blog by Darryl Erentzen is an informational and instructional how-to guide. It covers various aspects of WordPress and Blogger blogs in relation to getting your own domain name, domain name providers, self-hosting a blog, pointing a domain name to your blog, domain suffixes, how to transfer information from an old blog to a new self-hosted blog, blog themes (and creating your own), recommended plugins, and other topics in this concise and compact user guide.

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Cheryl M-M
This short book is for those amongst us who are often challenged by the technology around us. In this case blogs and blogging websites.Yes, I do consider myself one of them.
The author trys to keep things simplistic without sounding like someone trying to teach english to scandinavian moose with impaired learning skills.
It has plenty of links to the examples and also to explanations of said examples.
I also found it helpful that the author can be contacted about any questions arising.
With that in
Stormi (Books, Movies, Reviews. Oh my!)
Darryl's book is good at explaining how to move your blog whether it is wordpress or blogger. If you want to get your own domain name and move away from the .wordpress or .blogspot and look more professional. In his light hearted way he tell its pretty straight forward how to do all these things. His short book has a little bit of everything from moving the blog to setting up social media elements. How to add custom menus and more. Get yourself a copy!
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