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A WordPress Bookstore Plugin to help authors boost book sales on sites like Amazon and Apple iBooks with great-looking book pages.
Will I need to ship books if I use MyBookTable?
No! The whole idea behind MyBookTable is that Amazon (and other online retailers) do all the hard work of taking credit card information and dealing with postage and shipping. All you do is list your books and get your affiliate commission and royalties. The developer level does integrate with PayPal so that if you do want to ship your own books, you can. But we imagine most users won't use that feature. Do I need to be an author to use MyBookTable?
No! This plugin would work great for anyone wanting to have an Amazon Affiliate Bookstore.

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MailChimp Integration
Readers can subscribe to your email list to get book updates in just a few clicks.
Social Media Update Generator
Let your readers know about your progress on Twitter and Facebook with just a few clicks.
Blog Update Generator
Did you just finish your rough draft and want to update your readers about passing a milestone? MyBookProgress has a blog post generator button that will automatically start a blog post for you and insert a snapshot version of your book's progress bar. You have full control over the content of the blog post. Include a sample of your writing or an update about why you are excited about your work in process.
MyBookTable Integration
MyBookProgress integrates with MyBookTable to help you get pre-orders for your book.

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An easy-to-use system for authors. Add your new book to your site in minutes, including links for purchase or download, sidebar widgets, and more.

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Kindle Instant Preview (New in 3.0)
MyBookTable 3 will now officially come with Kindle Instant Preview. Readers can read the first few pages of your Kindle book without ever having to leave your book page or download a PDF.
Social Media Integration
MyBookTable makes it easy for visitors to like and share your books on social media sites like Facebook, Twitter and Google+. It also works with plugins like ShareThis.Mobile Responsive
If your WordPress theme is mobile responsive, MyBookTable will react similarly, delivering maximum compatibility for visitors on phones and tablets.
Recommend Books
Do you want to sell books by other authors? MyBookTable now has a "Recommended Books" tag out of the box so you can sell not only your books but other authors' books as well. MyBookTable allows you to create a page for each book, as well as a page with all books listed, so you get the best of both worlds. Edit one and it updates the other. This gives you a much better chance of ranking higher when

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Even a small or a medium-sized retailer can use WooCommerce and AdRoll and thereby create dynamic ads for the web and Facebook that are targeted to site visitors based on their browsing behavior and any relevant info in the retailer’s customer relationship management system. Let’s have a look at the screenshot of an ad using AdRoll:

Features

The plugin places the AdRoll pixel so we don’t need to place any code on our site.
A cart segment and a checkout segment is created automatically and so we can set up a cart abandonment campaign in a flash.
We can track back the number of sales and amount of revenue driven by the AdRoll campaign using an automatically-created conversion segment that passes back exact conversion values easily.

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Sell anything, anywhere
With WooCommerce, you can sell both physical and digital goods in all shapes and sizes, offer product variations, multiple configurations, and instant downloads to shoppers, and even sell affiliate goods from online marketplaces.
With premium extensions, you can offer bookings, memberships, and recurring subscriptions. Perhaps you’d like to sell monthly subscriptions for physical goods, or offer your members a discount on digital downloads? It’s all possible.Ship wherever you like
Offer free shipping, flat rate shipping, or make real-time calculations. Limit your shipments to specific countries, or open your store up to the world. Shipping is highly configurable, and WooCommerce even supports drop shipping. Extensive payment options
WooCommerce comes bundled with the ability to accept major credit cards, PayPal, BACS (bank transfers), and cash on delivery. Need additional options? More than 140 region-specific gateways integrate with WooCommerce, including p inc

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1 Introduction to Feeds
2 WordPress Built-in Feeds
3 Finding Your Feed URL
3.1 Comments
3.1.1 Site comment feed
3.1.2 Post-specific comment feed
3.2 Categories and Tags
3.3 Authors
3.4 Search
4 Adding Feeds
4.1 Adding Graphics to Feed Links
4.2 Changing Addresses
5 RSS feed time and date format
6 Feed Errors in Browsers
7 More Information and Resources

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This document is designed to offer definitions of various terms, exclusive to WordPress, that users may not be familiar with.

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Templates are the files which control how your WordPress site will be displayed on the Web. These files draw information from your WordPress MySQL database and generate the HTML code which is sent to the web browser. Through its powerful Theme system, WordPress allows you to define as few or as many Templates as you like all under one Theme. Each of these Template files can be configured for use under specific situations.
1 General Theme Articles
2 Template File Articles
2.1 General References
2.2 Header, Footer, Sidebar, and Content Sections
2.3 Archives, Categories, and Special Pages
3 Template Tags Articles
4 CSS, Design, and Layout
5 Tools, Testing and Validating

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BitNami WordPress Multisite stack simplifies the installation of WordPress Multisite Network and its required dependencies. A Multisite Network is similar to your regular WordPress blog but it lets you create more blogs on demand. It is a collection of sites that all share the same WordPress installation. They can also share plugins and themes and it is indicated for organizations, communities or user groups. This Stack is configured out of the box to use different domains or subdomains for each blog.

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