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A complete update to the ultimate reference guide on bloggingbasics!

The increase in the number of blogs is seemingly endless andcontinues to grow at a phenomenal rate, thanks in part to the riseof smartphones, tablets, and blogging applications. With this kindof popularity, how can a blogger stand out from the rest of themasses? This all-in-one guide is packed with detailed informationand advice that helps you create and solidify your place in theblogosphere. You’ll learn how to get started, use bloggingtools, collaborate with other bloggers, become a part of mobileblogging, and much more.

Covers getting started, working with blogging software, othertools, blog marketing, microblogging (including Twitter), makingmoney with your blog, and corporate and niche blogging Helps new bloggers become active and productive members of theblogging community Provides vital information for both hobby bloggers and thosewho want to build a career around blogging

Blogging All-in-One For Dummies, 2nd Edition cuts throughthe clutter and offers you a fun and friendly reference guide tostarting and maintaining a successful blog.

Topics: Blogs, Social Media, The Internet, Writing, How-To Guides, and Informative

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ISBN: 9781118331903
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