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eBook Glue Turns Blog RSS Feeds into eBooks

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Experienced bloggers and site owners know that the best blogging and publishing tools are often the simplest ones. One of the latest and handiest tools to come to the blogging industry - and this one's so simple even a monkey could use it - is eBook Glue.

eBook Glue allows you to "glue" together all the pages of your blog into a convenient, versatile eBook. The entire process requires nothing more than copying and pasting the URL of your blog, Atom feed or RSS feed. Blog writers should find the online program very useful, especially given how eBooks can reach a wide market.

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Should Your Blog Release an Ebook?

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Most bloggers monetize their blogs in the same way - placing ads throughout their site. While high-traffic blogs can easily generate a sustainable income with nothing more than a Google AdSense campaign, many bloggers find this to be a difficult approach.

If you count yourself in this category, you'll have options ranging from affiliate partnerships and blog consulting services to drop shipping and even developing and selling your own unique physical product. However, one blog monetization method has become especially popular in recent years - ebooks.

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eBooks - The New Publishing House

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It is no secret why most individuals prefer eBooks over traditional books. Communication with electronic information is much faster than with physical paper. It is also much cheaper, more widely available, and constantly being updated.

Gone are the days where eBooks were only available to arduously read via your computer monitor. With the development of new portable eBook readers and a large variety of mobile devices, many publishing houses have shifted their focus to producing a much wider variety of eBooks, and at a much higher level of production.

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Developing eBooks: What Makes an eBook Valuable?

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At Content Customs, we receive a high number of orders for eBooks. If you place an order for an eBook, you obviously have given some thought to what the overall intent and purpose of the eBook is designed to accomplish. At an average of 20,000 to 40,000 words per eBook it is well worth the time to precisely define the objective of the eBook as this can quickly become an expensive service.

So, many people that do not understand the value of content often question the value of a well written piece of content. However, there is a great deal of work that goes into developing eBooks.

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