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To be successful in business you must be able to attract the right clients and persuade them to buy. However, on the internet, people only see what the search engines direct them to and the competition for those top spots is fierce. So how do you ensure that your business is front-and-center when prospects are searching for solutions? The answer is The Findability Formula. The Findability Formula is for anyone who wants to improve results from Internet marketing. The book is specifically written for business owners who are frustrated with a website that is not showing up in search results and not generating business. The Findability Formula will help readers understand how prospects and customers search for products and services on the Internet, and will show them, step-by-step, how to optimize their findability. The book will be a non-technical guide to effectively building and implementing, from the ground up, an Internet search marketing program that gets results. The reader will learn how paid search works, and how paid and organic search can work together to create optimum web visibility and reduce paid search costs over time. The basic message of the book is that there is a formula for findability and for converting prospects to purchasers.Readers' Benefits from The Findability Formula:* A complete step-by-step approach to search engine marketing applicable to any product or service, The Findability Formula will include easy-to-follow instruction from chapter to chapter as well as launch checklists in the appendix.* The most up-to-date search research and statistics available, including uncommon ways to connect with your online buyer.* Shows the reader how to avoid common search marketing mistakes that cost big money. How to not be bullied and take control of in-house e-commerce department strategies and SEM agencies.* A small company can compete successfully in search with larger, well-established competitors. How to work smarter to get even better search engine "findability".* Maximizes the reader's investment. The reader won't waste money by needlessly paying for "clicks" from customers who have no intention of buying. The investment in this book will be repaid thousands of times over.* Saves time, money and energy in creating in-house search marketing programs and properly tracking results by keyword. Negates the need to hire outside SEM agencies
When Joel became a priest of the new god Finder, he knew it meant forfeiting the honor and security of his position as a master bard. Now his freedom and his very life are at stake as powers of evil embroil the priests of Finder in a struggle against a plot to resurrect the dead god Bane.With his only allies the young freedom fighter Holly Harrowslough, the mysterious winged woman Jas, and the aging priest Jedidiah, Joel embarks on a mission to recover the Hand of Bane. His quest leads him from the Realms all the way to the extra-planar city of Sigil. There Joel must rely on all his courage, wisdom, and strength to thwart the return of Bane the Tyrant and rescue the god Finder from imminent death.Finder's Bane is the fifteenth in an open-ended series of novels focusing on the Harpers, the secret organization for Good in the Forgotten Realms fantasy world.
Judith Find, a powerful business executive, finds herself helpless in the face of a kidnapper's demands. Luke Becker is her reluctant ally in rescuing the victim. And eight-year-old Abel, the victim, is about to become their remarkable guide to freedom from the secrets that have dogged them both.
Independent trader Trilby Elliot is making some not-quite-legal modifications to her starfreighter, when an unexpected visitor falls out of space. Literally. He's crashed onto the uninhabited planet of Avanar in a crippled 'Sko fighter-the last place you'd expect to find a Zafharin military officer because the 'Sko and the Zafharin have been at war as long as Trilby can remember. Rhis Vanur is your typically arrogant Zafharin. But to Trilby's surprise, he doesn't look down on her or her slapdash shi...
After surviving the "vacation of a lifetime" Marissa Chabot is determined to change. She's through being a geek with fingers working magic only on keyboards. She's done with Single and Not Looking. Finally out of the closet, she files her own application with Finders Keepers, the successful, high-tech "soul-mate matching service" that she and her best friend founded. No more shrinking violet, the new Marissa is determined to get the girl. Any girl. Finders Keepers, the quest for the perfect mate in the 21st Century, joins Karin Kallmaker's Just Like That and her other incomparable novels about lesbian love, lust and laughter.
Ever dreamed of winning the lottery? One of those massive, life-altering purses? Join Keith Whipple and his daughter Kate as they do just that, netting ten million dollars in a single-winner draw. Share in their excitement, the dreams that leap into their lives fully formed, suddenly within easy reach. But that kind of money, the heady sense of power it brings ... do we control it? Or does it control us? Follow the Whipples and their ill-fated ticket on a path of greed and murder, in a game where there can be only one winner...
New York Times bestselling author Fern Michaels thrills us, once again, with the story of an unforgettable young woman who was stolen as a toddler from a poor but loving family, and who must journey through a maze of heartbreak before she can reclaim her true identity. Raised in a magnificent Charleston house, Jessie Roland wants for nothing. But as she grows into young adulthood, all she feels is loss and a desperate need to break free from the stifling possessiveness of her "parents." Somewhere, in the deepest part of herself, Jessie believes that the world she has always lived in is not the one she came from. . .or belongs in. Now, at nineteen, she has escaped to Washington, D.C., where no one knows her, and where she is swept into a whirlwind marriage to a Texas senator's son. But the past will not release Jessie, who is still haunted by a sense of lost happiness, of simple, tender gestures buried in her memory. Only in Luke Holt, a reclusive rancher, will she discover the strength to penetrate the darkness, and find her way back to a place she can call home.
The Alden's neighbor, Lina, thinks there's treasure hidden in her attic, and she wants the Boxcar Children to help her find it. Of course, the children are eager to help search--but it appears they aren't the only ones looking for the treasure.
As their mother's manic-depression grows worse, eleven-year-old Esther and her sister Ruth visit various churches hoping to find their father, a preacher named Ezekiel who left them seven years before in 1966.
WHO hasn't dreamed OF FINDING A MILLION DOLLARS? Joey Coyle was down and out--the affable, boyish South Philadelphian hadn't found dock work in months, he was living with his ailing mother, and he was fighting a drug habit and what seemed like a lifetime of bouncing into and out of bad luck. One morning, though, while cruising the streets just blocks from his home, fate took a turn worthy of Hollywood when he spotted a curious yellow tub he thought might make a good toolbox. It contained $1.2 million in unmarked bills--casino money that had just fallen off the back of an armored truck. Told in riveting, novelistic detail by "a master of narrative journalism" (New York Times Book Review), Finders Keepers is the incredible true story of a tight-knit working-class community suddenly steeped in intrigue.
Their technological resources destroyed, a colonizing expedition from Earth has been stranded on the world of Methuen for over two hundred years. Their continued survival is largely due to the organization of healers known as the Eumedicos and to the Seekers Veritas, a unique group composed of pairs of Bondmates, one human and one ghatti#151;a telepathic catlike being native to Methuen who bonds with a specific human for life. These Bondmates travel from town to town, settling disputes by truth-reading the minds and emotions of plaintiffs and defendants. While most people respect the Seekers, there are those who fear the ghatti powers. And now someone has begun attacking Seeker pairs. What no one knows is that this destroyer has targeted one specific pair of Bondmates as special victims#151;the woman Doyce and the ghatta Khar'pern. For the key to defeating this deadly foe is locked away in Doyce's mind behind barriers even her ghattas has never been able to break down.
Their technological resources destroyed, a colonising expedition from Earth has been stranded on planet Methuen for over two hundred years. Their continued survival is largely due to the organizations of healers known as the Eumedicos and to the Seeker Veritas, a unique group composed of pairs of bondmates, one human and one ghatti - a telepathic cat-like being native to Methuen who bonds whith one specific human for life. These Bondmates travel from town to town, settling disputes by truth-reading the minds and emotions of plaintifs and defendants. While most people respect the Seekers, there are those who fear the ghatti powers. And now someone has begun attacking Seeker pairs. What no one knows is that this destroyer has targeted one specific pair of Bondmates as special victims - the woman Doyce Marbon and her ghatta Khar'Pern. For the key to defeating this deadly foe is locked away in Doyce's mind behind barriers even her ghatta has never been able to break down.
A down-to-earth cowboy goes shopping for the perfect woman for his father, but instead finds himself the target of Cupid's arrow.
Ranch hunk Hank Brownlee wanted only two things from his new housekeeper-companionship for his grieving father and some stick-to-your-ribs country cooking. What he got was something altogether different."matron" he'd hired sight unseen turned out to be a blond dynamo and a single mom. True, Maggie Woodward was a widow and she sure could cook, but she was also young and beautiful! And it wasn't long before Maggie and her little tyke had Hank's world turned upside down and his heartstrings twisted all around their dainty fingers....Now all Hank had to do was convince his wary little widow that happily-ever-after was worth the risk!
From the author of The Tunnel comes a new collection of essays, his first in eight years, on art, writing, nature and culture. This book is by one of the most important and briliant thinkers at work today.
The classic Dubus collection--now available as an ebook In his third collection, Andre Dubus plumbs the dark depths of the human condition The ominous tone of this exquisite collection is established at its onset, as a bereaved father stalks the man who murdered his son. Three stories later, a college student suffers a violent death at the hands of her boyfriend. And in later episodes, relationships falter and fail, not all fatalities being of the flesh. Featuring some of the Dubus canon's most haunting narratives, Finding a Girl in America is a remarkable lesson in the depiction of the darker side of human nature. This ebook features an illustrated biography of Andre Dubus including rare photos and never-before-seen documents from the author's estate.
Addiction medicine specialist Dr. James Fenley, Jr. shares powerful life lessons and spiritual truths he's learned from twenty-five years of practice and from his own recovery journey through chronic depression, anxiety, and his wife's addiction.
Sliding into the Rabbit Hole... Would She Ever Return?On the surface, Alice Laxton seems no different from any other college girl: bright, inquisitive, excited about the life ahead of her. But for years, a genetic time bomb has been ticking away. Because of Alice's near-genius intelligence, teachers and counselors have always made excuses for her "little idiosyncrasies." But during a stress-filled senior year at college, a new world of voices, visions, and unexplainable "knowledge" causes Alice to begin to lose her grip on reality.As Alice's schizophrenia progresses, she experiences a disturbing religious "awakening," believing that God and angels and demons are speaking to her. When others attempt to intervene, Alice is subjected to a wide range of "treatments" even more frightening and painful than her illness.Powerfully raw and brutally honest, Finding Alice is a story of individual suffering and hope, a family's shared ordeal, and a search for true mental and spiritual healing.From the Trade Paperback edition.
In the seventy years since the disappearance of Amelia Earhart and her navigator Fred Noonan during a flight over the Central Pacific, their fate has remained one of history's most debated mysteries. Dozens of books have offered a variety of solutions to the puzzle, but they all draw on the same handful of documents and conflicting eyewitness accounts.Now a wealth of new information uncovered by the International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery (TIGHAR) allows this book to offer the first fully documented history of what happened. Scrupulously accurate and thrilling to read, it tells the story from the letters, logs, and telegrams that recorded events as they unfolded. Many long-accepted facts are revealed as myths.Author Ric Gillespie, TIGHAR's executive director, draws on the work of his organization's historians, archæologists, and scientists, who compiled and analyzed more than five thousand documents relating to the Earhart case. Their research led to the hypothesis that Earhart and Noonan died as castaways on a remote Pacific atoll. But this book is not a polemic that argues for a particular theory. Rather, it presents all of the authenticated historical dots and leaves it to the reader to make the connections. In addition to details about the Earhart's career and final flight, the book examines her relationship with the U.S. government and the massive search undertaken by the U.S. Coast Guard and Navy.
Jessica Mathers enters the hospital confident that her little girl, Amy, is being cared for. But when Jessica awakes from surgery, her daughter and the sitter have disappeared... .As a favor to his mother, Detective Samuel Vance reluctantly assists on the kidnapping case, because his first impression of Jessica had not been favorable. Yet as together they search for Amy, Sam learns that Jessica is a caring, warm woman. Can they call upon their faith to help them find the abducted girl and forge a relationship?
Arthur, the greatest hero of the greatest story ever told, was a Captain of Kings who made his name leading Britons and Scots. 'Prince' Arthur Mac Aedan, the Scottish Warlord, was the martial wonder of the sixth century, who, with Merlin and Merlin's sister, Languoreth, won battle after battle against the invading Angles and represented the old way of the Celts against the ruthlessly advancing Christians. In Finding Merlin, Adam Ardrey placed Merlin at the Battle of Arderydd and at a place called Ardery in Glasgow, and touched upon one item of evidence that bound all the other evidence together. Now this one proof is revealed - and with it the exact location of Camelot and the very stone from which the historical Arthur truly took a sword. The battle sites, set in the right times and places, are definitively identified. One town name, Ardrey argues, stands to be changed. Finding Arthur changes not only the history but the map of Britain. The victors, as always, wrote the histories and so Arthur was warped into a legendary pillar of a Church & State he went down fighting against.
Kimberly Dunnam Reisman draws upon her bestselling book The Christ-Centered Woman to provide a completely updated and expanded guide for helping women to find balance at every age and stage of life. Confronting the daily chaos of competing demands from a new perspective, she asks not "How do I juggle my responsibilities?" but "How do I make choices that reflect my relationship with Christ and his direction for my life?" This pocket-size book provides a snapshot of both the barriers to balanced living and the biblical blueprint for Christ-centered living.
In 1945, Betty Crocker was bested only by Eleanor Roosevelt as the best-known woman in America. Originally published in hardcover by Simon and Schuster in 2005, this edition traces Betty Crocker's story from her "birth" in 1921, evolving brand persona, test kitchens, and connection to generations of American women in the context of societal trends. Marks, director of the documentary film The Betty Mystique, includes recipes and period illustrations. Annotation ©2007 Book News, Inc. , Portland, OR (booknews. com)
Finding Bob is based on one boy's journey to find the man behind the legendary lyrics. Having left behind a life of slavery in Africa, Mogli's adventure leads him to the land of lions, pushing the limits of his personal strength and testing the power of the human race. The story opens with imagery of raw Africa--a young boy's living nightmare of a war-torn country where genocide, rape, and murder are commonplace. As a witness to the tragedy that took his family from this earth and his life, the young boy is taken captive and forced into performing the unthinkable duties of the murderers. He complies, but counter to the anger and fear building inside his little body, the boy musters the strength to escape the cult's wrath. After days without sleep, due to the haunting scenes relived in his memory, the boy remains a mere shell. He finds some items left behind-- the more fortuitous of the lot being a set of keys marked with an address and a Walkman cassette player. The music player baffles the boy, as he is unsure of the technology, but the sound that emerges stays with him. What he initially heard as an odd mix of tunes soon translates into feelings of love, freedom, and power--the comfort he had been missing in his life. The warmth the young boy feels from the music sets him on a mission to find Bob.
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