HOW TO: Create Your Own Blog Book Easily

Blog2PrintYour blog is something which you can’t live without. Right? You can always enjoy your blog online, but considering the fact that online is not a big part, you can take your blog offline. If you are going to marry a female blogger, then this would be the perfect gift for her — Blog Book.

Wonder how? There is a perfect service for that. A program which lets you download onto your computer and allows you to upload your posts and pictures. I don’t want to keep you in suspense, yes, we are talking about the service Blog2Print. If you want to print your blog into a quality offline book, you can use this service. First choose which blog platform you use, which includes Blogspot, Typepad or WordPress. Then type in the name of your blog and few more basic steps.

After doing all those things if you feel happy, then you can “Print” this hot book. This process consumes time depending on your blog posts.

Below you can see the reasons what makes Blog2Print special and unique amongst others.

#7 – Add the Ability to Purchase a Less Expensive Book. Professional bloggers, who use mostly text on their blogs, with few photos and very little color, now have a black-and-white option. The average 150-page softcover black-and-white blogbook from Blog2Print now costs $17.45, compared to $60.45 for the same book in color.

#6 – Allow Updating of the Table of Contents Feature. Blog2Print users were once locked in to accepting a Table of Contents whether they wanted one or not. The feature is a handy navigational tool, but some users had only four or five pages of items to publish and didn’t want to pay for a Table of Contents. Now, the feature is optional and can be customized, deleted or changed to reflect any title a user chooses. In addition, the new “My Pages” template offers bloggers the ability to add titles to the Table of Contents, insuring that a reader can quickly access desired content.

#5 – Create Interactivity in the Downloadable PDF. With many Blog2Print books running to hundreds of pages, some users choose to order a downloadable PDF with their book. Users choose the PDF feature when they want to retain their blog on their hard drive, and now those PDFs are interactive, allowing linkable navigation from the Table of Contents and linkable URLs that can connect to all types of media on the web.

#4 – Provide Label Support. Bloggers on the Google platform now have an option to choose label filtering, so their books can build on a topic or topics. Almost all bloggers file and tag their content already, using labels to organize their online posts. Now, Blog2Print lets users select posts for their books in the same way, with just the click of a button.

#3 – Allow Access to Blog2Print Using Google Chrome. Google Chrome is a browser that allows web applications to look and feel like a desktop—and a growing number of bloggers are turning to faster web systems to allow more efficient use of their online time. Ten percent of Blog2Print’s visitors use Chrome, so this is a welcome improvement for them.

#2 – Support Self-Hosted WordPress. Due to popular demand, the Blog2Print platform now supports self-hosted WordPress, the largest blogging platform. Blog2Print worked with its R&D team in Herzlia, Israel, to develop code that would be compatible with the Blog2Print software. The entire WordPress community can now create personalized and customized books with Blog2Print.

#1 – Most requested enhancement was…having the choice of a black cover. Black wasn’t one of the cover color choices available when Blog2Print launched, nor was it among the choices offered to Blog2Print’s Facebook fans when they chose the first round of new covers. But the fans made their voices heard through Facebook, and black has already become the best-selling cover among Blog2Print users.

14 thoughts on “HOW TO: Create Your Own Blog Book Easily”

  1. I don’t think that people would really be amused on finding a blog in a book.
    It would be better if we could convert our blog into a pdf and then distribute it over internet.
    This is a better option for promotion.

  2. I was thinking to write book for my blog reader and this will help me a lot. Thanks for sharing.

  3. I’ve been making books now since 1997…and I generally just copy/paste from blog posts into my Open Office template and then add all the customizations that make it a definitive Barbara Ling product.

    But making the above process easier…will be checking out what you recommend. Thanks!


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