Item description for 101 Ways to Promote Your Web Site (101 Ways series) by Susan Sweeney...
Overview Demonstrates tools and techniques for increasing Web site traffic, including overall design, exposure to search engines, newsgroups, e-mail, mailing lists, linking strategies, and online advertising.
This comprehensive, hands-on, step-by-step guide is guaranteed to attract more potential consumers to any given website. With hundreds of proven tips, tools, and techniques, this freshly updated edition provides the latest Web 2.0 trends and techniques such as RSS, blogs, podcasting, and mobile marketing. Entrepreneurs, corporate marketing managers, small business owners, consultants, webmasters, individuals, new media professionals, and website designers will find this guidebook invaluable for developing online strategies. A personal password is also included for accessing the companion website, which provides up-to-the-minute internet marketing news and expanded information. From optimizing websites for search engines and incorporating dynamite public relations strategies to offline promotion and ensuring customer satisfaction, this handbook and website combined are unbeatable for helpful online promotional resources.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.1" Width: 7.4" Height: 1" Weight: 1.5 lbs.
Release Date Jul 1, 2008
Publisher Maximum Press
ISBN 1931644659 ISBN13 9781931644655
Availability 0 units.
More About Susan Sweeney
Susan Sweeney, CA, is a Certified Speaking Professional and the author of "3G Marketing on the Internet," "101 Internet Businesses You Can Start from Home," and "The e-Business Formula for Success." She is the developer of the Internet Marketing Boot Camp, webinars, seminars on CD, internet marketing training programs, and e-books related to internet marketing. She lives in Bedford, Nova Scotia, and Ft. Myers, Florida.
Susan Sweeney currently resides in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. Susan Sweeney was born in 1956.
Reviews - What do customers think about 101 Ways to Promote Your Web Site (101 Ways series)?
useless book Jul 14, 2007
this book is useless. It talks about everything which is outdated and nothing it talks about is detailed. It's like a sales person talking about tech stuff.
You're in the wrong place Feb 3, 2007
I assume you're here, reading this review because you are looking for ways to promote your website, and the title of this book hit that mark for you.
Assuming this to be true, do yourself a favor. Go over to this site's listing for "How to Use the Internet to Advertise, Promote and Market Your Business or Website with Little or No Money" by Bruce C. Brown. It is a million times the book this one is, and the reviews that are already in place there will more than convince you.
Nice Pin Point .... Jan 10, 2007
THis is a very easy to read book, with some examples, some times i wish those were more detailed but they are good... it PIN POINT the clue points (sorry for so many points ) to have more traffic in your page and to correct most of the mistakes made in the desing stage. Bring this idea to my mind... "Web Designers are not the best web Traffic designers for a page " so read this book is a good starting poing....
The info more 2001 than 2006 Jan 9, 2007
Most of the text are based on how the internetcommunity looked in the beginning of 2000 or 2001. Quite a lot of the facts are actually false today and makes you more harm than good.
I would definitely not recommend this other than a reference "how companies thought of Internet in the beginning of 2001".
The book is too generic. Mar 17, 2006
This book has the look, the feel and the content of being designed for taking advantage of absolute beginners in Internet Marketing.
Since beginners do not have much knowledge about the subject, they will not be able to protect themselves from a wasteful expense when purchasing this book.
Why is this book not worth the money? Because if it were a textbook on cooking, it would describe all the ingredients, but not say anything about correct proportions, the order of cooking, the temperature and the time.
One will not become an Internet Marketing Chef by reading this book.