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A Must Have for WordPress Users

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This Sewing Business blog was started on a different platform and later switched over to WordPress. Although the transition was a bit of a pain, it was a great business decision and now we wonder why we didn’t make the move sooner! WordPress is one of the most robust and customizable blog platforms available and now there is a terrific new book out called Digging Into WordPress that shows you how to tap all of the potential of WordPress and take your blog to a whole new level.

This 400+ page PDF book is written for both beginners and experienced WordPress users and focuses on teaching you how to improve your site using many different techniques, tips, and tricks. Each technique is fully self-contained and provides complete instructions and clear explanations to make implementation a breeze.  As you learn how to maximize, optimize and streamline your site, you’ll also get tons of bonus information including “pop-out” boxes and side notes with insider information, and many more awesome techniques to improve your WordPress-powered site.

The PDF version of the book is only $27, however you can also pre-order the print version and get the PDF too for $67.  Frankly, I prefer the PDF version since you can easily search for what you need and you’re able to copy and paste any code you might like to use.  Click here for more information and a preview of what’s inside the book.

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One Response to “A Must Have for WordPress Users”

  1. becky says:

    I just switched my platform too- i went with wordpress. Love it! It has soooo many more abilities and so far, is pretty easy to run…..even by myself :) blogging for 1.5 years has helped though.

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