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Blogging All-in-One For Dummies®
by Susan Gunelius
New blogs are being launched at the rate of 175,000 a day. To stand out from the masses, bloggers need the detailed information and advice packed into this all-in-one guide.
Here’s what new bloggers need to get started and what experienced bloggers need to upgrade and even earn money from their blogs. Eight self-contained minibooks cover joining the blogosphere, blogging software, tools that extend your blog, marketing your blog, microblogging, making money from your blog, corporate blogging, and niche blogging.
- Blogging is replacing traditional media and gaining credibility; to succeed, bloggers need a greater understanding of blogging basics, tools, and techniques
- Eight minibooks cover getting started, software, other tools, blog marketing, microblogging (including Twitter), monetizing your blog, and corporate and niche blogging
- Helps new bloggers become active and productive members of the blogging community
- Provides vital information for both hobby bloggers and those who want to build a career around blogging
Presented in the fun and friendly For Dummies style, Blogging All-in-One For Dummies is a complete reference guide to starting and maintaining a successful blog.
Starting an Online Business All-in-One For Dummies
by Shannon Belew, Joel Elad
Whether you’ve thought of starting an online business or you’re already selling online, this update to a bestseller presents invaluable advice for getting–and keeping–online customers. Covering everything from creating a business plan and building a customer-friendly site to marketing with Facebook and Twitter, this fun and friendly guide features eleven minibooks that cover online business basics, legal and accounting matters, website design, online and operating issues, Internet security, techniques for boosting sales, storefront selling, fundraising sites, niche e-commerce, and more.
- Updated to include coverage of the latest online marketing tools, techniques, and trends
- Includes coverage of how to use social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, and Yelp to reach your customers as well as expanded coverage of mobile marketing
- Explains how your location can actually bring new customers to you
- Details ways to build a business plan that translates your ideas into a profitable enterprise
- Shares advice for choosing software to help you manage taxes, balance sheets, and other accounting chores; using PR and advertising tools that best promote your business online, including Google AdWords; and create a website that helps your business make money
Discover why “online entrepreneurship” means more than just building a website. Starting an Online Business All-in-One For Dummies breaks down everything the budding entrepreneur needs to know to be successful online and keep your customers coming back for more.
Starting an Online Business All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies
by Shannon Belew, Joel Elad
Eleven handy minibooks cover online business basics, legal and accounting, Web site design, online and operating, Internet security, boosting sales, retail to e-tail, storefront selling, fundraising sites, niche e-commerce, and e-commerce advanced. You’ll learn to:
- Build a business plan that translates your ideas into a profitable enterprise
- Choose software to help you manage taxes, balance sheets, and other accounting chores
- Create a Web site that helps your business make money
- Fill orders, pack and ship merchandise, and manage stock
- Set up, budget for, and implement a plan to protect vital computer equipment
- Use PR and advertising tools that best promote your business online, including Google AdWords
- Choose what sells best in Second Life and earn real money from your virtual store
- Market through niche communities, find and use special marketing tools for nonprofit organizations, and apply successful mobile marketing techniques
Inside the book, you’ll even find a Google AdWords gift card worth $25 to help spread the word about your online business!
Ning For Dummies
by Manny Hernandez
Begin by joining other networks and participating in groups. Then you’ll find out how to create your own social network, develop your profile, customize your network’s look and feel, set up privacy controls, oversee participation, and manage all the details.
- Investigate existing networks, see how to join private networks, and manage your profile for privacy
- Add photos, videos, and music files to existing networks
- Discover the comment wall, rate items from members, moderate comments on your blog, and respond to events
- Start a discussion, invite people to an event, or create a group
- Set up your network, decide if it should be public or private, research the competition, and find your niche
- Choose a good Web address and learn to monitor traffic with Google Analytics
- Give your main page character with custom widgets and personalized features
Ning is fun, easy, and free. Ning For Dummies shows you how to plan your network so it stands out from the crowd, manage interaction, include multimedia, and more!
iPad All-in-One For Dummies
by Nancy C. Muir
5 BOOKS IN 1
- Getting Started with iPad
- Just for Fun
- iPad on the Go
- Getting Productive with iWork®
- Using iPad to Get Organized
Your one-stop guide to all things iPad
The iPad may be small, but it packs a big punch. This all-encompassing guide provides step-by-step guidance for iPad and iPad mini users looking to make the most of this small wonder—at home, at work, or on the go. Whether you’re an iPad newbie or have been puttering around with it for a while, there’s something inside for everyone!
- For the uninitiated — pick the iPad model that’s right for you and discover cool bling you can add to accessorize it
- It’s your iPad, you can play if you want to — explore the iTunes® store, preview, buy, and rent media, use iCloud to push purchases to all devices, and set up Family Sharing
- Get connected — make your Wi-Fi and 3G/4G settings, tether your iPad to your smartphone, and sync content across devices
- iWorking 9–5 — get familiar with the iWork for iOS apps, improve documents by adding photos and images, and manage your iWork documents like a pro
Open the book and find:
- Guidance on which iPad model is right for you
- Tips on using your iPad to buy content at iTunes and beyond
- How to wipe data remotely if your iPad is lost or stolen
- How to move files from your computer to your iPad
- Tips for printing wirelessly from your iPad
- Steps for setting up Touch ID and Apple Pay
- How to share files via email, AirDrop®, or through the cloud
Social Media Marketing All-in-One For Dummies
by Jan Zimmerman, Doug Sahlin
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.
Find the business side — explore the variety of social media options and research where your target audience hangs out
Collect your tools — discover ways to simplify posting in multiple locations and how to monitor activity
Establish your presence — start a blog or podcast to build a following
Follow and be followed — find the right people to follow on Twitter and get them to follow you
Fan out — showcase your company with a customized Facebook business page
Follow up — use analytics to assess the success of your social media campaign
Open the book and find:
Tips for finding your target market
Important legal considerations
Step-by-step guidance for setting up a campaign
Lots of helpful technology tools
Blogging and podcasting advice
How to make Twitter pay off for your business
Tools for analyzing your success in each medium
When to move forward and when to pull back