Face Facebook, link up with LinkedIn, and tweet with Twitter using this all-in-one guide!
Marketing your business through social media isn't rocket science. Here's how to apply the marketing savvy you already have to the social media your prospects are using, helping you get and keep more customers, make more sales, and boost your bottom line.
YouTube For Dummies takes the classic Dummies tact in helping tech novices get a handle on a popular technology that more tech-savvy audiences consider "simple." With so much content on YouTube getting media attention, more first-timers are jumping on the site and they need help. The book also helps the next step audience of users looking to add content to YouTube.
Updated and revised, this full-color bestseller is back to cover the latest iPhone models and iOS features. Veteran Dummies authors and Mac gurus Edward C. Baig and Bob "Dr. Mac" LeVitus share their iPhone insights to help you make the most of your device. From making calls to multitasking, sharing photos to scheduling appointments, reading e-mails to recording HD videos, and all the essentials in between, you'll be swiping around your smartphone with their friendly and helpful advice. Plus, you'll also see the fun side of your phone with tips on listening to music, video-chatting with FaceTime, watching your favorite TV shows, challenging yourself with games, downloading the latest apps,and more.
Useful for anyone who builds Windows Web applications, Debugging ASP: Troubleshooting for Programmers offers invaluable advice on fixing (and avoiding) a handful of common problems with Active Server Pages (ASPs). Traditional debugging actually is only a small part of the package. This book is a solid guide to deploying ASP Web applications on both development and production servers.
Get ready to view your photographs as more than simply the images they have captured as you learn how to digitally transform them. Rather than a traditional step-by-step guide to photography, "Digital Abstract & Macro Photography" is meant to inspire with its images. It offers digital photographers a glimpse into the world of possibilities that exist for transforming traditional photographs into unique, abstract works of art.
After producing 9 novels, 65 short stories, and receiving 265 rejections, Villaseñor sold his first novel, Macho!, which the Los Angeles Times compared to the best of John Steinbeck. This began a journey that would eventually lead to the publication of the national bestseller Rain of Gold. Used by thousands of teachers and school systems across the nation as required reading, Rain of Gold tells the story of Victor’s family, taking the reader from war-torn Mexico during the Revolution of 1910 to the present day.
Her first book, “How to Use What You’ve Got to Get What You Want”, is published in English, Chinese, Japanese Spanish and Indonesian. In the book, she combines her business acumen with her goal of giving back, to guide others to achieve their highest potential and dreams .
EckhartTolle is best known for his two major bestsellers The Power of Now and A New Earth. As the first and only book ever selected by Oprah for a ten week webinar that reached tens of millions of viewers, A New Earth holds the record for the most books ever sold in the Oprah Book Club, and the fastest selling book in the history of Penguin Books during that time period.
Neale Donald Walsch is best known for his trilogy of Conversations With God books. His other best sellers include When Everything Changes, Change Everything and his upcoming book Mother of Invention, a biography of Barbara Marx Hubbard.
Patricia Aburdene is one of the world’s leading social forecasters. She has helped thousands of organizations and millions of people capitalize on social change. Co-author of the number one New York Times bestseller Megatrends 2000, Patricia wrote Megatrends 2010: The Rise of Conscious Capitalism which describes seven trends transforming free enterprise. Patricia’s new book The Power of Conscious Money will be published fall 2011 by Beyond Words/Simon & Schuster.
Ed is a regular contributor to various TechTarget.com Websites, and blogs on IT Careers and Enterprise Windows Desktop topics for them as well. He is a contributing editor for Tom’s Hardware and Tom’s Guide, and also writes regularly for ITExpertVoice.com on Windows and Networking topics. Ed has also authored white papers, courses, and e-books for companies that include Microsoft, Novell, Cisco, Symantec, and many others.