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WordPress 3.0 Search Engine Optimization

WordPress 3.0 Search Engine Optimization

by Michael David
344 Pages · 2015 · 6 MB · 18 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
Social Media Marketing For Dummies
by Stephanie Diamond, Shiv Singh
432 Pages · 2015 · 21 MB · 25 Downloads · New!
The “Social Media Marketing For Dummies” is a very good advice book for the novice of advanced social media marketers. Shiv Singh and Stephanie Diamond are the authors of this instructive book. Shiv Singh is one of the leading voices in social media marketing. He is currently SVP Global Brand and Marketing Transformation at Visa, Inc. In this book, the authors guide the readers about all the newest and time-tested trends in social media. With the help of this book, the reader will learn how to make a name in social media marketing, how to reaching your audience on key and niche platforms, and much more. This book provides the latest trends in social media marketing. They offer numerous tips on how to create a social media marketing campaign, how to avoid common mistakes and key resources. Additionally, social media marketing is a highly effective way to make a big bang without spending big cash, and it is an easy way to enlarge your audience and build your business. All in all, Social Media Marketing For Dummies is a must-read book for those who are looking to reach new markets with social media marketing initiatives.
Social Media Marketing Workbook
by McDonald
452 Pages · 2015 · · 15 Downloads · New!
“Social Media Marketing Workbook: How to Use Social Media for Business (2019 Fall Updated Edition)” is a great resource book for marketing your business through social media. McDonald is the author of this interesting book. This book is informative and useful because it not only introduces social media but focuses on using it as a marketing tool. Usually, when it comes to social media, we would think they are just for leisure and personal use. Or when it comes to marketing, we would think oh they work for established brands but would not make a difference for individuals. No, branding oneself is important. This book talks about different platforms such as FB, Twitter and Interest, and compare among them to help you decide which one(s) make(s) sense for you. If you are just getting to know about social media, this book is a godsend for you to know all the basics without feeling lost. If you are a seasoned user, you would find yourself gaining a different perspective regarding these familiar platforms. The bonus here is that this book is the most up-to-date version and has made some revision in order to keep up with what’s new. Furthermore, it is not just a glossary of terms but provides step by step instructions to help you devise a marketing plan. All-in-all it is a great book for beginners or technology challenged people who want to use it to promote their business.
WordPress Theme Development Beginner’s Guide
by Tessa Blakeley Silver, Rachel McCollin
252 Pages · 2015 · 10 MB · 4,063 Downloads · New!
The “WordPress Theme Development Beginner’s Guide, 3rd Edition” is an educational book that reveals how to create a WordPress theme design using HTML5 and CSS3. Tessa Blakeley Silver and Rachel McCollin are the authors of this great book. Tessa’s background is in print design and illustration. She evolved over the years into web and multi-media development, where she focuses on usability and interface design. In this book, the authors will guide the readers through the process of building their first themes. They will guide you step by step how to write the HTML and CSS for the theme, and then convert that code into PHP for the use in WordPress.
WordPress To Go
by Sarah McHarry
152 Pages · 2015 · 5 MB · 3,909 Downloads · New!
The “WordPress To Go: How To Build A WordPress Website On Your Own Domain, From Scratch, Even If You Are A Complete Beginner” is an instructive book for the web designer. Sarah McHarry is a self-confessed geek whose former day job was programming computers. She designs websites for voluntary organizations in her local community. In this book, the reader will learn how to make a professional website without programming. The author guides you step by step, from setting up your hosting account, to installing WordPress on your domain, to adding pages, posts, SEO, changing themes, etc. She starts with the very basics and moves you along in logical steps.
Building a WordPress Blog People Want to Read
by Scott McNulty
312 Pages · 2015 · 8 MB · 11 Downloads · New!
The “Building a WordPress Blog People Want to Read, 2nd Edition” is a helpful book that provides a web-based user interface for designing, publishing, and updating website. Scott McNulty is the author of this web designing book. Scott is a simple geek living in Philadelphia. He has been blogging for over 10 years about Whatever strikes his fancy. More of his words can be found on his personal blog, blog.blankbaby.com. Building a WordPress Blog People Want to Read is well written and easy to follow for the computer illiterate as well as those who know what they are doing. WordPress is a free download is challenging at best to navigate. This book makes it not only coherent but the possibilities exciting as you create a professional website. With the help of this book, the reader will learn how to install and get your WordPress site running. You will learn how to set up the website that ensures you, it can easily grow with you and your readers. You will also learn how to find a theme and make it your own. To sum it up, Building a WordPress Blog People Want to Read, 2nd Edition is a must-read book for website developers.
Creating a Website
by Matthew MacDonald
622 Pages · 2015 · 20 MB · 8 Downloads · New!
The “Creating a Website: The Missing Manual, 4th Edition” is an excellent book for Website design. Matthew MacDonald is the author of this great book. Matthew is a developer, author, and educator in all things Visual Basic and .NET. He is worked with Visual Basic and ASP since their initial versions and has written over a dozen books on website development. In this book, Matthew guides the readers on how to create a professional-looking website. This book gives you the techniques, tools, and advice that you need to build a blog, create forums, and sell products. Matthew covers the entire process of website design, selecting a development tool, an introduction to HTML programming and JavaScript interaction with the website. Furthermore, the author guides the readers on how to use styles to build polished layouts. How to find a reliable web host and pick a good web address. He also teaches about free tools for creating web pages and tracking their visitors. To be honest, after reading this book, the reader will have the experience of how to create a professional website and earn more money from their website. To sum it up, Creating a Website is a must-read book for those who want to build a professional website.

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