Since Typepad - Six Apart (aff) introduced pages as new feature to their blog platform I used it frequently to create/design a normal, what I like to call static, website. It is quite simple really to do this, just a matter of changing some of the preferences on the 'weblog'.
My latest project (web design for a fellow trade person) is an example of it too - and still a work in progress, specially on the copy-writing part.
As part of 'the deal' I'm writing a manual on how to add and edit pages in the Typepad program - which made me think of a next project here on 1 plus 1 makes 3: creating a whole manual on:
"How to use Typepad (blog platform) to grow your business"
And one of the lessons I've just finished - hurray for ScreenSteps: lesson written and exported as PDF-file within 25 minutes - "How to turn Typepad into a static website".
I'm now gifting this first lesson/guide to every reader who subscribes to the blog-alerts (= receive email notifications when a new post is published) of the 1 plus 1 makes 3 blog (see top right corner for the webform).
Greetings from the 1 plus 1 makes 3 experts
Karin H. (Keep It Simple Sweetheart, specially in business)