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Friday, February 12, 2010

“A Beginner’s Guide To Blogging & Making Money Online” - Book Release

The book “A Beginner’s Guide To Blogging & Making Money Online”  co-authored by Varinder Taprial and Priya Kanwar published by Pustak Mahal, New Delhi, India has been released and is now available to buy online.

A Beginner’s Guide To Blogging & Making Money Online” teaches people how to start blogging and earning money on the Internet. The book will be helpful for those who have not yet started using the Internet as a medium of expression through blogging and social networking and also those who have been blogging but not leveraging their efforts to earn money.

The book will help a layman to
•   Start using Email
•   Open and maintain a Blog
•   Blogging Etiquette and Writing Tips
•   Earn Revenue from your blog

Handy tools to review your performance
•   Use Revenue sharing websites to make money online
•   Use Social Networking Sites to expand your reach
•   Promote your blog and content online
•   Use Affiliate Networks And Programs to generate money

“A Beginner’s Guide To Blogging & Making Money Online”will help homemakers, unemployed youth, students, retired personnel and anyone else wanting to make extra money.

The book has 240 pages and costs Rs 150/-. The ISBN of the book is ISBN 10: 81-223-1110-
5 , ISBN 978-81-223-1110-5

The book is available at the following links for buying online:

About the Authors 

Varinder Taprial is a retired naval officer and an Electrical engineer with a passion for computers and Internet. He loves to write, has a blog of his own and has authored a fiction book “Enemy in the Ranks” published by Pustak Mahal. He is currently living in Mumbai with his wife and son.
Priya Kanwar is a dentist and an avid blogger who has been writing and earning on the Internet for the last three years. She has a few Blogs of her own and is a featured writer on where she uses the moniker “Rawnak”. She has written this book to share her acquired knowledge and experience with others. She is married to Varinder Taprial and likes to write in her maiden name.

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