Click: What We Do Online and Why It Matters

Click - What We Do Online And Why It Matters
Click – What We Do Online And Why It Matters

“Click” takes us deep inside the massive database of online intelligence to reveal the naked truth and unexpected insights about how we use the internet, navigate to websites, and search for information – and what that says about who we are. In unmatched, utterly fascinating detail author Bill Tancer describes observations about our lives, our interests, our thoughts, our fears and our dreams. He then shows how that behavior can help businesses target consumer trends, especially since–counter intuitively–what many people do offline is very different from what they do online.

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J.C. M.

This book is an excellent read and I receommend it for anyone who is a business owner. This is a great resource for a personal and professional library.

Len B.

Excellent Read!

BJ S.

Excellent

Marvell H.

Very good book. Quite revealing.

Wayne C.

Very interesting read – I would recommend it to others

Search Engine Optimization For Dummies

By Peter Kent

Search Engine Optimization For DummiesPeter Kent: Search Engine Optimization For Dummies : Search engine optimization, or SEO, is a field overshadowed by sensational claims and sometimes dubious practices. If your business has a website, you naturally want it to obtain high rankings in the major search engines so that potential customers can find you. Yet you might be suspicious of companies that promise to catapult your website to #1 ranking in almost no time to announce that they will submit your site to thousands of search engines and web directories.

Peter Kent’s book in the For Dummies series offers a useful introduction to search engine optimization. He starts out by surveying the various search sites and search systems and explains who gets results from whom. He then suggests how yo give your website a quick makeover to give it greater visibility.

Throughout the book, Kent repeatedly emphasizes functionality over slick web technologies that might actually hinder search engines in finding your site. His second emphasis is on content as a lure for search engines.

Kent uses a fictitious website on “rodent racing” to give the reader very specific advice on picking the right keywords, getting into search engines, optimizing code, finding specialized directories, and much more. With over 350 pages (and a detailed index), this book offers you a wealth of suggestions and useful advice, whether you want to improve your website’s ranking by yourself or hire a SEO firm to do it.

While the “For Dummies” series of books varies quite a bit in quality, this volume can be recommended. What is particularly useful is the associated website that contains all the links mentioned in the book.

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