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The Ultimate Website Promotion Handbook: A Step by Step Guide to Getting Page 1 Rankings with the Major Search Engines and to Making Money with Your Website
The Ultimate Website Promotion Handbook: A Step by Step Guide to Getting Page 1 Rankings with the Major Search Engines and to Making Money with Your Website
by Chris Standring
Edition: Paperback

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great book to start you off, 29 July 2008
I think some reviewers don't really get the idea of this very straightforward book. Before you buy a weighty encyclopedia of Web Optimisation promising you that it's easy to do it yourself, read this handbook first-it will only take you an hour and a half.
Sure, if you then decide you do want to go ahead and optimise your own website (madness, unless you have bags of free time) then you will need to get some more detailed and up-to-date info...but you can get this for free on the web.
However, if, like me, you decide after reading the Ultimate Web, you don't have the time or can't be bothered to do it yourself, then at least you will have had a very good grounding in the basics of Search Engine Optimisation. This is really useful if you are going to employ a professional SEO. It will mean you will totally understand what they are talking about.
Highly recommended.


Practical Everyday English with CD: A Self-study Method of Spoken English for Upper Intermediate and Advanced Students
Practical Everyday English with CD: A Self-study Method of Spoken English for Upper Intermediate and Advanced Students
by Steven Collins
Edition: Paperback
Price: £17.96

25 of 28 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic book for foreign speakers, 17 Jun 2008
This is a fantastic book for foreign speakers of English who already have good basics. When I came to England from Italy my grammar wasn't too bad, but I Had to cope with many idioms and phrasal verbs and English has such a huge vocabulary. I got totally fed up sitting bored in English language schools and I didn't need exams. And then I found this book Practical Everyday English. After reading the first two chapters, I began to recognise more expressions and with constant practice I really improved. This new version has a CD which i have found very useful because they speak really quickly, just like in real life. This book has saved me a lot of money in English classes. Advanced students don't need lessons...just this amazing book.
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