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New Service Offering: Repurpose Your Content Using This Ebook Creator

I created a Facebook poll the other day but deleted it when it didn’t show up as I would have liked. So I posted this instead:

If you had the opportunity to have content (text, links and graphics/images) from YOUR blog posts, Word documents, PDFs, audios/videos, and FB posts turned into a stunningly formatted and beautiful ebook:

1-Would that be interest to you?

2-Is that a service you would be willing to pay for or have someone else do for you?

3-And what do you think your finished ebook would be worth to you?

Please answer these questions in the comments below, after you watch these video demos of “new-to-me” software to get a taste of what is possible, and why I’m asking those questions:

 

 

 

Here’s Part 2 of my product review of the software platform and how I’m using it just days after learning about it.

 

And Part 3 is an unedited Camtasia recording that does not include how to get a copy of my original PDF:

If interested, however, you can sign up to get “Drowning in a Sea of Passwords?” at https://anitajohnsonsupport.com/passwordsaver

 

 

And if you are interested in getting the software for yourself, it is currently on sale at a deep discount, but I have no idea for how long.  Just in case, here’s my referral link: https://anitajohnsonsupport.com/ebookcreator and the About page.

However, if you are more interested in having someone else provide this type of service for your own blog posts, documents, ebooks, audio/video, etc., then please schedule time for us to talk about your needs at https://anitajohnsonsupport.com/calendar

And as always, feel free to share this post with others who may benefit from the information presented.

 

 

Me and YouTube

Well, I’m taking the plunge . . . I’ve decided to start using YouTube.  Created an account a few years ago, but never really saw a reason to put my face out there.  The first video I uploaded in October, 2008 was for a contest I entered, called the 6o-Second Elevator Pitch.  Although I didn’t win, it was an interesting experience trying to record my message in 60 seconds or less.

However, now that I’m finally beginning to understand what video can do for someone who is looking to attract a certain type of audience, I’m going to be adding more to the channel I just created. Feel free to subscribe so you can stay updated on what I’m doing over there.

More importantly, though, you are encouraged to find out for yourself how several Web 2.0 sites can help YOU!

And take some time to really listen to what Mike Klingler has to say about getting yourself found online.