Back in late January 2008, I asked our readers ” Would you be interested in a WordPress eBook?”   Along with that question, I also took an informal poll of whether people would prefer to get a free eBook or purchase an eBook.    That may seem like a silly question, but there is a significant increase in the quality of an eBook that you buy over a free eBook, so I needed to know what people wanted.

In my poll I got a variety of answers, but between the comments from that post and the emails that I received, I was given the impression that people would rather I write a more advanced eBook with a fee attached, rather than releasing a free one that was thrown together quickly and just rehashes stuff you can find in our archives.

Over the past 6 months since that post, I have focused on building an eBook that collects my WordPress experiences, techniques, and other tips and put them together in a new eBook titled Success with WordPress, which is currently available for $24.95.

Because I knew this book would come with a small price tag, Success with WordPress was designed to cover all aspects of WordPress.   In the beginning, you’ll find some general information about installing WordPress, finding good WordPress plugins, etc.  Then it gets into the more advanced stuff that most of you will be looking for:

  • Building a Multi-Author WordPress Blog
  • Using WordPress as a Content Management System (CMS)
  • Building a WordPress Forum
  • Search Engine Optimization (SEO) tips designed specifically for WordPress
  • Maximizing CPC Income with Google AdSense
  • Advanced Affiliate Marketing Techniques
  • Building a Niche Blog with WordPress

If you are looking to find success with WordPress, this eBook is definitely for you.   Also, if you’d like to promote this product on your website and make some money, you may also be interested in the Success with WordPress affiliate program.   It currently pays out an amazing 33% per sale and we have a 125×125 banner available as well, so you can promote it on your WordPress blogs and start generating some extra income.

Kyle Eslick is WordPress enthusiast who took his passion for WordPress to the next level in 2007 by launching WPHacks.com as a place to share hacks, tutorials, etc. Connect with Kyle on Twitter or Google+!

  1. this is a grat news!
    Unfortunately not many of my italian readers would boy it because of the language… but your book is definitively a resource to point at!

    Stefano

  2. K-IntheHouse says:

    Kyle, congratulations on your first eBook! Wish you all the best and I’ll do my bit to promote it myself. :-) Stumbled.

  3. $100 Daily says:

    Hi Kyle,

    Could you let us know:
    How many time you needed to write your ebook?
    From which sources you made your researches?

    See you,
    AO.

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