Yep. Both of those options are absolutely the WORST ways to create an ePub, and you should avoid using either one - unless you're just doing so for a personal ePub. PDF is a print format. It's not an ebook format, and it shouldn't EVER be used. .DOC is a Word file, and it's going to be filled with all kinds of "Word Bloat;" unnecessary formatting that makes the resulting ePub file unnecessarily HUGE. Your best best for creating a professional ePub or Mobi file is to get Jutoh or Scrivener and create the file from there. Those programs cost money. If you're short on funds, then get a copy of LibreOffice with the Writer2ePub extension and create your ePub using that tool. In any case, if you're copying/pasting from Word to Jutoh or Scrivener or LibreOffice, then you need to nuke the excess formatting by copying the file to a pure text editor and then copying the file from there to the end program. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask me; I help get authors published every day.
This helps users understand what is working well and what are the problems on your site. We should learn how the pages are being used, and we should do a similar analysis for our other channels. We know some of us are creating video, audio and photo galleries. These should get a similar analytical report which could make the right decisions on what types of content to share or not. Analytics, Reporting. What we have covered here will help us know the most important things. So keep this in mind whenever you have an online marketing campaign. Now, lets dig into some details. How is Analytics working? In this first part of our series on Digital Marketing Analytics, what we're doing will be getting the report and analyzing. It's a good way to understand your business better, know for what we're selling, why our customers are coming and which areas need attention. Before we start, we.