"One possibility would be to use the same title (Simply Canning) that you have and have a cover that has "new and updated":
such as Simply Canning: The Complete Guide to Safe, Fun & Easy-to-Master Home Canning"
then on the…"
"Simply Canning: [use the subtitle to describe current volume e.g. Thoughts about how to..., optionally include "Volume 1:" before description of subtitle]
Simply Canning: Volume 2: Keeping Track of...
Best wishes! Tim"
I currently have an e-book bundle that is popular. I am going to combine these books and create a paperback copy of both books together. If you scroll down a bit on this page you'll see where the bundle is available. http://www.simplycanning.com/simply-can ... guide.htmlNow I'm wondering just how to title this? I've seen brainstorming threads here and thought maybe you all could expand my ideas. One of…See More
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"Thanks Daniel, with about 300 pages... switching to wordpress is not doable for me. Plus I love the system and tools I have available there. I have considered it though!
I want to tell anyone reading this that I would begin with SBI all over…"
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Otherwise, hosting a WordPress site for your podcast on a subdomain is the…"
Ideas and support for starting a feasible business to supplement our income.
What is your current work situation? Employee, self-employed, generating any income on your own?
I am currently a stay at home wife with 4 sons. I have home educated for the past 16 yrs.
My husband and I started our own business in the telecom industry.
I started building my canning website 4 years ago.... and have learned a ton in the process. I can say that I still enjoy sitting down and working on it. I am one of the few in this world who can honestly say I love my work.
And then...what is your goal/dream for your work life?
Continue learning about making a living with my websites.
How about your personal life? Any specific goals or achievements or dreams you are pursuing (or want to pursue)?
Figuring out how to keep things organized amidst the craziness of life with four sons and a busy husband.
Sharon, I checked out your blog through the personal branding assignment. Very cool idea. I think you're on to something. It will be fun to see how all our ideas develop. Just keep plugging away!
Sharon, thank you so much for your kind words! I appreciate that. Since I didn't seem to be able to accept you as a friend from the previous email I received - I will add you! By the way - I love the picture of your little boy!
Sharon - Welcome and I would be happy to add you as a friend. I will go on my own page and see if I can accept your invitation as the page in my email won't let me accept. I look forward to getting to know you and wish you and your husband much continued success in your business.
I've been using Site Build It for a year now and absolutely love it. To answer your question, yes the content is totally yours. Your site is "hosted" at SBI, so if you don't renew it each year, I imagine your site will not be "live". You will have the content you put your web pages in your computer on a text editor, but you won't have access to the actual web pages you have built unless you renew it. This would be true with any other web site host too.
Best of luck.
I hope you enjoy it as much as I have.
Because it's new! Jump on it....the water's fine! :)
And no....because you pay for the hosting on an annual basis and upfront...there are NO gotchas. Be aware though that this is a Canadian company (eh?) so your bank may charge you a few for the transaction if you use a debit card like we did.
Hey Sharon- We used SBI for a year. We didn't renew it since Jay went to work for an employer.
One of the themes repeated over and over is the "Tortoise" approach. In another words...it's going to take time to build your website and build an audience. And the biggest key to this is to build CONTENT sooooo....if you don't think you'll write even a couple times of week, I wouldn't be planning on any windfalls. ;)
I think with SBI though you really can't go wrong because it is such an excellent tutorial and I learned a LOT of stuff that transfer easily.
I think they have a money back guarentee so they really remove the risk of buyer's remorse. And because I'm big on trying out things like this...I'd give it another whirl if I were in your shoes. Of course, that's just my opinion. ;)
Lemme know what you decide! t
PS Also, if you didn't get a chance to received the free e-resource I offered you earlier entitled Goal-Setting That Actually Works! by joining the REAL Success E-Zine community at www.liveitforward.com, be sure to check into it. I really think you'll get a ton out of these resources. And remember, both are absolutely free.