Is there any ebook software which could gather related hubs (eg: I have 4 hubs about fibromyalgia, a series of hubs about cooking with herbs and spices, another string of hubs about chocolate) - into an ebook that could then be used to publicise other hubs and Hub Pages itself via email, other website, twitter, facebook etc.
Desktop Publishing programs, or Adobe Illustrator or Macromedia Freehand, even Microsoft Word, can be used to create the document, and then export it as a PDF. Or use Adobe Acrobat to convert it to PDF.
hi darkside - of course, why didn't I think of those options - I might have a go with my fibromyalgia hubs, promote them that way (as a group) and see how it goes.
I hope you mean gathering your own Hubs into a ebook right?
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