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Gene Search: A Collin Carter Mystery This is the first of a series of books to be written about Collin Carter, Private Investigator. He is a sweetheart with a gun and the propensity for not getting paid. In Gene Search, Collin Carter discovers a group of geneticists willing to experiment with human life to get very rich. The services these laboratory rats offer cost the people involved more than just the millions of dollars they are willing to pay for a perfect baby. When the initial genetic experiment goes horribly wrong the Gene Search project moves out of the country. Collin takes Lily, his wife, on a vacation in paradise: A trip to the beautiful tropical island, Rarotonga. There he continues his investigation into Gene Search and his struggles to save the day!
Seo And Search Marketing In A Week
Your fast track to successful SEO and search marketing
Learn in a week, what the experts learn about SEO and search marketing in a lifetime. Written by Nick Smith, a digital marketing expert, SEO and Search Marketing In A Week quickly teaches you what you really need to know to increase your online presence.
SEO and search marketing just got easier
Welcome to this guide to the sometimes baffling world of search engine optimization (SEO) and search engine marketing (SEM). This book will give you a solid grasp of the fundamentals so you can get your website content found by the search engines and run paid advertising campaigns, driving visitors to your web pages and ultimately generating revenue. You'll be able to do all this in just seven days, with each chapter taking just one or two hours to read.
Contrary to popular belief, SEO and SEM are not too complex for 'mere mortals' to understand and you don't need to spend a fortune on hiring an SEO/SEM expert. This book strips away as much of the mystique from SEO and SEM as possible, so that you have enough knowledge of all the basics and the terminology to be able to understand the 'techiest' of traffic geeks and even have a conversation with them. We'll uncover the meaning of the jargon and acronyms you need to know, such as pay-per-click advertising (PPC), backlinking, social signals and algorithms.
The challenge for you is to read a chapter each day, get a grasp of the material, take the mini-test at the end to help get it all straight in your mind and then take action on what you've learned. You may have to revisit the material a day or two later, but by the end of the week you'll have a good overview of the subject and know enough to know what you're not clear on, so that you can go back over the information in the book and fill in the gaps if you need to.
What this book will do for you is teach you how to structure your website to deliver what the search engines are looking for and thus promote it to the world. The web is an ever-evolving thing that changes alarmingly fast but, if you follow the guidelines and principles in this book, you'll never be left with less traffic coming to your site. You can only gain from any changes in the future.
- Sunday: An introduction to search engines and SEO
- Monday: Keyword research
- Tuesday: On-page optimization
- Wednesday: Off-page optimization
- Thursday: Getting other traffic sources to your website
- Friday: Pay-per-click traffic: making it work for you
- Saturday: Monitoring and managing your progress
About the Author
Nick Smith is Managing Director of Closeup Media. He is an expert in online marketing, who has helped hundreds of large and small companies achieve their goals.
Search And Destroy (a Gunn Brothers Thriller)
Brothers Danny and Clay Gunn were brought up an ocean apart. Both served in the military, and both know how to kill, taking work as private military contractors and freelance â€œfixersâ€. But when they save a woman from an assassination attempt in the Nevada desert, it is they who become targets. Vowing to protect her, they are stalked by a paramilitary team known only as The Presidents, under orders from the heart of government.
Why is Andrea, a seemingly harmless journalist, the object of a search and destroy order? The only way to discover the truth and stay alive will be to turn the tables, and become hunters once again.
About the Author
James Hilton was born in Lancashire in 1900, the son of a headmaster. His best known books, Lost Horizon and Goodbye Mr. Chips, were written during the thirties, a period which afforded him great commercial success and enormous popularity. Lost Horizon was made into a blockbuster Hollywood film in 1937. For a time, Hilton was highest paid screen-writer in Hollywood and he won an Academy Award in 1942 for his work on the screenplay of Mrs. Miniver. Hilton continued to write novels throughout his career. He died in 1954.
Advanced Prepaid Generation
The Symposium 'Meteorite Research' was conceived originally at the second meeting of the UNESCO Working Group on Meteorites, held in Paris October 18-20, 1965, under the chairmanship of Professor J. Orce!' In addition to the Chairman the fol- lowing were present: Dr. G. Harbottle, Dr. M. H. Hey, Dr. B. H. Mason, Dr. P. M. Millman, Professor K. I. Sztr6kay. Dr. E. M. Fournier d'Albe represented the UNESCO Secretariat. Recommendation No.4 from the minutes of this meeting reads as follows: "The Working Group, in view ofthe need to strengthen international co-operation in meteorite research, asks that the International Atomic Energy Agency be requested to consider the possibility of organizing, in 1968, an interdisciplinary conference on meteorites, in collaboration with UNESCO and the appropriate international scientific organizations." After approval in principle of this recommendation had been secured from various international agencies and unions, plans for the symposium were consolidated at the third and final meeting of the Working Group, held in Paris October 12-14, 1966, the members in attendance being the same as for the second meeting.
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