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Posted August 22, 2006
How to Use the Internet To: Advertise, Promote and Market Your Business Or Web Site¿with Little or No Money is an informative guide explaining the mechanics, benefits, pitfalls and successes of developing web-sites that can bring success to your business or internet endeavor by following the advice and consultation that the author provides. This book is informative, encouraging and easy to read. It¿s full of direct statements and examples of what you need to do in deploying the information you need for a successful internet presence. The author doesn¿t ¿talk down¿ to the reader like most computer authors or writers do, which is a plus. Brown is knowledgeable and he writes his paragraphs with brief, concise statements at a level that anyone can understand. He explains theories and applications behind his writings which by using simple statements are easy to comprehend. Brown incorporates definitions in his paragraphs which assist in explaining concepts ¿on the fly¿ for the reader. An internet novice or intermediate entrepreneur who wants to understand the mechanics of the internet should purchase this book. It¿s a great instruction manual and guide for the way that you should approach concepts for your internet business.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted August 20, 2006
If you want one book to tell you what you need to know about marketing your business or website online, this title is one you should look at. With a lot of information packed into the 276 pages, this could be the only volume you need to get your business noticed on the internet. One thing that is beneficial about this book is that it gives you effective definitions for a lot of online, internet jargon. With overviews of search engine optimization, pay per click advertising, and affiliate programs, you will be sure to know more about the internet when you are done with this title. This book also includes a short chapter on eBay and how to create a storefront on the popular auction site. With bulleted and numbered lists, an extensive glossary, and websites you can use for resources, this title would make a great addition to the library of any would-be entrepreneur. It would fit well on the shelf at public and academic libraries, as well. After reading this book, I plan to place a copy in my own personal library! I give it 5 out of 5 stars.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted September 8, 2011
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