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Eliminate hours of research involved in creating a successful, money-making blog.

Blogging can be a lot of fun, but much better if some income is generated from it. This guide will help your blog succeed. It delivers all the instructions you’ll need to pursue and achieve your online goals.

Topics include:
--Understanding the different blogging platforms
--Creating compelli
Paperback, 225 pages
Published March 24th 2013 by Wayman Publishing (first published March 1st 2013)
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The Blogger's Survival Guide by Lexie LaneBlog, Inc. by Joy Deangdeelert ChoBlogging for Creatives by Robin Houghton
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E.C. Stilson
"The Blogger's Survival Guide" has helped me so much. From social media, to finding effective post titles--this single book has made a world of difference in my journey to build a writing platform.
I know many bloggers will read this and learn great tips that will help them become successful.
I've been blogging for over 2 years now and after reading this book, I'm seriously disappointed it wasn't available when I first jumped into the blogosphere. This is an excellent resource for bloggers of any kind. The authors don't single any one style or niche of blogging out. They speak to the heart of getting your blog up and running in 7 days and growing it beyond that. The book is very easy to read and is organized in such a way that you can quickly page through it to find the specific topi ...more
Growing Up
If you are serious about creating a blog to generate income… this book is a great place to start. It contains tons of information - in an easy to understand way, which is perfect for those that:

•are thinking about starting their own blog
•have recently dived into the blogging world and have lots of questions
•have been blogging for a while and wonder if perhaps they can turn their hobby into a job

If you are confused (or simply have no idea what these things even are and why they should even matter
This book has a lot of great info for beginning bloggers and old pros a like. I would suggest pairing the audiobook with the ebook, it gives the best of both worlds. There were times when I really wanted a visual to get what the audio was saying. On the other hand the print is a bit dry at times and I preferred listening to reading.

The audiobook is narrated by Doug Hannah, who has a great tone. I really liked his pace, it made it easy to get the details without making the information drag. The f
So Disclaimers first: I got this book as an Early Reviewer for free, and therefore feel compelled to review this book thoroughly. I wanted to see it because I am following the blogosphere as an interested amateur and try to get an insight in contemporary forms of communication.

Good news, this book covers a lot of hands-on aspects of creating and running a blog and making it a successful business venture. So far, it does what it says on the tin, and if you want a how-to style guide to help, this
Whether you've just started blogging or have been blogging for years, this is a book you should get your hands on! It is full of really great information. It's not a book meant to be read through in a single setting, rather a book to be used as a reference guide in your blogging life. The way that the book is laid out is extremely helpful and it makes it easy to find the exact help you need.

The authors have set the book up into a seven day layout which would be most helpful to a new blogger. If
May 14, 2013 Lexie rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)
Not quite sure who this is, but just wanted to share because there are bloggers (even seasoned ones) who have given us messages, emails, and notes like this:

"Not only did I think I knew it all this guide showed me things I would have never thought of and it's easy to understand and don't be overwhelmed by the amount of pages because trust me you are going to not want to skip a page whether you think you know what you know. I recommend this book to every blogger out there!! Glad I purchased it!!
Vivian Kirkfield
If you are a novice blogger, a seasoned blogger or just thinking about blogging..this is the book for you!
Well worth the price...just the section on choosing the right headlines will help you get more traffic to your blog.

I found the book simple to read and easy to navigate...and I am no tech-savvy person. I actually brought a copy of this book to the 2013 Asian Festival of Children's Content/SCBWI conference in Singapore this May and used it as a resource for my two panel discussions on bloggin
Great book full of ideas for the blog. It's a handy reference for times when ideas are slow in coming.
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Lexie Lane is the creator of, co-founder of, co-owner of The Social Media Panel, LLC., and co-author of the upcoming book, The Blogger's Survival Guide Tips and Tricks for Parent Bloggers Wordsmiths and Enthusiasts.

She began her education in computer science in 1997, but after many changes that took place in her life, she decided to “run with the crowd” and join the rea
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