Anthologize. A new tool for bloggers?

ANTHOLOGIZE claims to “Use the power of WordPress to transform online content into an electronic book.” I haven’t tried it yet (Cannot be installed on blogs hosted at  – so that lets me out). But several of my blogging buddies have been looking for ways to make more income  from their blogs. If anyone tries this, let me know what you think.

Their steps


Easily pull content from blogs.


Drag & drop organization & layout.


Generate your book & publish in print & digital formats.

Central Coast Writers blogging Meetup in Carmel-by-sea.

Announcing a new Meetup for South Bay Writers!

What: Blogging for Writers: How to Promote Your Work, Build a Platform, and Make Money

When: Saturday, October 30, 2010 9:00 AM

Price: $25.00 per person   (CWC member early bird price)

Where: Sunset Center
San Carlos Street at Ninth Avenue
Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA 93921

Central Coast Writers Presents a Fall Workshop.

From their flyer –

Your Workshop Leader, Bill Belew, is a blogging consultant and member of CWC’s South Bay branch. Bill pays his sizeable Silicon Valley mortgage from the earnings of his eight blogs, each of which have gotten more than one-million views!

How to get a blog started
Why you should want to blog
What it takes to be a good blogger
What a good blog looks like
Powerful headline words
How to increase traffic to your blog
And much more!


CCW member Joyce Krieg says, “I took Bill’s workshop when he offered it in Sunnyvale, and I promise you he’s the real deal. It’s an excellent workshop packed with information and ideas that you can put to work right away. You don’t need to be a “techie” or have any advanced computer skills. If you have access to the Internet, you, too, can create a successful blog that people will actually want to read and that might make some money for you. Let Bill show you how.”

Early bird special on or before Oct. 10, 2010: $25 CWC members, $35 non-members benefit.

After Oct. 10: $35 CWC members, $45 non-members

Lunch Included

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