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Book Review: “Clear Blogging:”

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"How People Blogging Are Changing the World and How You Can Join Them" By Bob Walsh (Berkeley, CA: Apress, 2007, 351 pages) An excellent book on why one should blog and how to get started. Bob suggests that one starts by reading lots of blogs and become initially engaged in the blogoshere by leaving comments. […]

Book Review:”Sams Teach Yourself: Movable Type -In 24 Hours”

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By Molly Holzschlag and Porter Glendinning (Indianapolis, Indiana: Sams Pub., 2004, 554 pgs.) This is by far the definitive book on the ‘Movable Type’ blogging program. There are chapters on beginning with Movable Type- from installing the program to using all the basic features. Then there are chapters on customizing the program, custom templates, and […]

"Blogging for Dummies": Chapter 7 -TypePad

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by Brad Hill  (Indianapolis, Indiana: Wiley Publishing. Inc., 2006, 368 pgs.) This book was a tremendous help to me when I was getting started a year ago. Brad Hill introduces you to blogging in general. He looks at all the major blog programs and hosts. He gives you an evaluation of each plus tips on […]

Book Review: “Teach Yourself: Blogging”

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By Nat McBride and Jamie Cason (London UK: Hodder Education, 2006, 198 pgs.) Great book on getting started with Blogger and TypePad.  Read the review posted on my BOOK Reviews site.          *Top

Getting Started with TypePad -An Evaluation

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I signed up and started a TypePad blog as a test. It was actually very easy and the results were quite stunning. There are a number of very good reasons to use TypePad as your blogging platform: 1. The Cost is minimal.  $8.95/mo. for the starting package, even a free trial @ 14 days (5/15) […]

Getting Started: With TypePad

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I signed up and started a TypePad blog today. See my evaluation. It was actually very easy and the results were quite stunning. I used the same settings and template that I used with the MovableType program. The TypePad program was much easier to set up.             *Top

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