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Free eBook: Learn how to Create a Website from Google Blogger

Finally - about 18 months after I started writing this eBook - I have finished Google Blogger as a Website! A $49.95 value, this is the third and final eBook in my work-from-home series. Links to the other 2 books are included in the Conclusion of the book. There are several images to help guide you through the step-by-step process to creating a website with Google Blogger. Just click the "free download" button below to get your FREE personal PDF copy. If the download fails for whatever reason, please contact me and I will be very happy to email a copy to you. 

The Table of Contents functions perfectly. I have checked every hyperlink to ensure they are working properly as well. Also, I have included a dictionary at the end of the book to help you understand words and phrases that may not be familiar to you. 

Google Blogger as a Website eBook


This book has been proofread multiple times. I have also made every effort to make sure all the details are clear. However, I'm familiar with these processes that you aren't familiar with. So, if you have any questions about anything, feel free to contact me. I'll be happy to answer any questions free of charge through December 31, 2022. Updates will be made to the book as questions come in. I will notify you if/when updates have been made so you can download the newest version. 

Thank you for being patient with me as life has been extremely busy and hectic during the course of writing this amazing book. I hope you find it to be as much worth the wait as it was for me to write it for you. As you already know, I enjoy helping other women. Ultimately, this work-from-home series doesn't even scratch the surface of everything I want to help you with. As I mentioned a couple of weeks ago, a new series will begin soon.

Take care and God bless,

Patricia

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