Anyway, this is an excellent book. How to Move from Blogger to WordPress is incredibly detailed, worded for people with very little techie knowledge and even includes pcitures! I think this book would qualify as one of the "For Dummies" series. Every detail is covered.
Step-by-step, author Sharon Hujik holds your hand through the scary process of creating a domain name and moving to WordPress as well as moving your followers, redirecting traffic, etc. This 97 page e-book is absolutely invaluable to anyone considering making this move. Instead of paying the costly price of hiring a web designer or programmer, you could purchase this e-book for only $35. Plus, you can save 20% right now with the code time4wp.
This book isn't just for those considering the move to WordPress, but also for those who may have tried to make the move themselves and made a few mistakes. :)
Interested in this book but don't want to pay for it just yet? The author has graciously offered to giveaway 2 copies to my readers! You'll definitely want to enter this giveaway if you're interested in moving you blog from Blogger to WordPress.
To enter the giveaway you can do any of the following, leaving a separate comment for each:
- Tell me if you've already made the move to WordPress or not. How did it go for you?
- Follow this blog or tell me if you already do (left side of the blog)
- Blog about this giveaway and leave me the link
- Become a subscriber or tell me if you already do (left side)
- Follow me on twitter or tell me if you already do
- Become a fan of the Christian Frugal Mama Facebook page or let me know if you already are
That's 6 chances to win! The giveaway is open from now until Friday July 8th at 11PM EST when I will randomly pick a winner. I will email the winner (so make sure you leave a way for me to email you!) and the winner will have 48 hours to respond. If they don't, I will pick a new winner. Good luck!!Disclosure: I received this e-book, free of charge, from Sharon Hujik, for the purposes of this review. All views/opinions are my own