Hi Mom Bloggers!  I am hoping you might be able to help me with feedback and input.

 

here is my situation: 

- I'm launching my first eBook called "how to move from Blogger to WordPress"

- I've never done an eBook launch before and would LOVE to have some input and feedback. 

- absolutely totally willing to share review or giveaway copies with anyone interested!  Just send me an email via the contact form on the site.

- I set up an affiliate program for anyone who would like to participate or recommend the book to others.

 

Why?

- we are in the final days of adopting our newest child (yipeee) and we are looking for a way to raise the $$ to pay for it.

 

Would you help?

- could you visit my site (http://www.howtomovefrombloggertowordpress.com/) and give me input or feedback?  You can even download the preview and let me know what you think

- if you know someone who might be interested in moving their blog, would you tell them about the book?

 

So this is a MOM and a BLOGGER need - would you be willing to help me?

 

thank you!!

 

Sharon

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and just in case I didn't say it enough...  THANK YOU! 

 

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