In the digital world, we still fancy the real shizzle, printed books.
The below list is a growing list of books. If we miss some good reads, leave a note in the comments sections, and we’ll get into it.
In particular, blogging books can cover a single topic in-depth or help as a more general introduction to a broad scope of blogging subjects. The right blogging books can really make the difference between a bad start, a good start or a great start.
Not all blogging books are written with the same goal.
Some of the blogging books on this list are specifically about blogging-related topics. In contrast, others will provide you practical ideas, strategies, and insights that’ll help you improve as your own blog business owner.
These blogging books are a must-read for any blogger. In the beginning, many bloggers start but give up because of a lack of page views.
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By Ryan Robinson
A free E-book as a guide to using transformative habits. If you’re truly ready and willing to put in the hard work and change your own limiting habits, you’re going to have more readers, more subscribers and more revenue from your blog. The Habits of Highly Successful Bloggers is available right now for digital download.
by Tom Kelley and David Kelley
IDEO founder and Stanford d.school creator David Kelley and his brother Tom Kelley, IDEO partner and the author of the bestselling The Art of Innovation have written a powerful and compelling book on unleashing the creativity lies within every one of us.
The technology and tools to start blogging are out there for everyone, how to get noticed, and how to be different is one of the key factors to success.
That’s why this book is on this list. Being creative in your niche and how you approach problems or challenges along the way will have a tremendous effect on the result you’re aiming for.