Have you ever written a series of articles and decided to make it an eBook or vice versa?
I'm facing this dilemma now. HubPages would allow me to really liven up the material, but an eBook might make it a little more professional and keep it all in one place. What have you done? I'm trying to balance monetary concerns as well as reaching a bunch of readers.
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