Convert Blog Posts Or Feed Into An eBook On Single Click

If you are planning to distribute your blog’s posts in downloadable format as an eBook then you can do it online for free. eBook is a nice option for distributing blog’s content to users and let them store the information provided by you on their system. One of the most important thing about eBook is that one can read your content without connecting to Internet or even one can upload those data on Amazon Kindle like readers as well.

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Zinepal is a free online service to convert blog posts or feed into an eBook on single click. There are other options like Formatting, Advertisement Insertion, Logo etc are also available on Zinepal so that you can monetize the distribution of eBook as well.

I created an eBook with some posts from my blog “Internet Techies”, You can have a look on the content format which is really good for reading as well. You can provide the Post’s URL, Blog’s Home Page URL or RSS Feed to get the list of latest posts to select for eBook.

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Adobe PDF Creator is also having an option to create a PDF from Website URL but it extracts each and every data from the blog including all images, JavaScripts data etc. These data actually distort the format of eBook which will not be readable. But the eBook created by Zinepal is very much readable and one can distribute his own posts in PDF version using this service.

Once I created an eBook with some of my posts, I received an email with the attachment as PDF version of the posts. There are other options available as well  where you will receive a PDF version of feed everyday at schedules time. Here is the screenshot of delivery options where you can make the eBook public thru which one can download the PDF from Zinepal website.

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You can create an eBook without logging in on Zinepal as well. In that case the publisher name will appear as Anonymous. So now convert your own or your favourite blog’s posts or feed into eBook on single click only. Download the PDF version of the eBook created by some latest posts from Internet Techies, that will let you feel the format of eBook from Blogs.

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Let us know if you have any other idea for creating an eBook with Blog Posts or Feed.

Sanjeev Mishra is a professional blogger and an Internet Marketing Consultant based in India. He has built the Internet Techies to provide you updates in technology and web application area.
  • Adobe appears to be a good option for me! I don’t need to download anything special for that.

  • Dude, this is really awesome ! 😀

    My dream eBook is 60% over, hope this will reduce my time…

  • @Pradeep Oh, that’s gr8. Now I am waiting for your dream book to land on hellboundbloggers.

  • I currently use adobe acrobat 9 pro for this kinda thing. It has made making ebooks so much more efficient. thanks for the post

  • first comment on your blog. Loved your theme.

  • @Dinesh Welcome to Internet Techies. Thanks a lot for your comments, I am glad that you liked the theme of our blog. Hope to see you more here.

  • hey Sanjeev this is very handy as I was planning to create an ebook from my blog posts and this will save my time… Thanks man…

  • @Harsh Ya, i saw your recent tweet about your upcoming e-book. That’s really exciting, waiting for the same.

  • Hi, thanks for this article. Really 2x useful for me.
    Infact, i came across stopping to your blogs caused of your wibiya toolbar, which i intended to have it as well.

  • @rudy Thanks for your feedback. Today we posted a new article on Internet Techies related to Wibiya, you may find that useful as well. Hope to see you more on Internet Techies.

  • hey this is very handy and will definitely use when i will launch an ebook for the posts of my blog.. ..

  • i was wrong regarding zinepal – it supports epub and mobi. Nevertheless the limits of free account – 5 stories per ebook and weekly delivery – makes the service unusable. Unless I want to pay $30/month to read my feeds.

  • a great idea particularly if you have a pdf library. I am going to look in to this and be back soon.

  • This one is good for the readers but can hurt a publisher. Anyone including anonymous can create an ebook using any site’s url and when they decide to sell it, the publisher doesn’t have any control over it.