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Making Websites Win

Author : Karl Blanks
ISBN : 154450053X
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Most websites lose. Almost all of them. Many never make a profit. Others are successful at first, and then get crushed by competitors. This book is about how to buck the trend--to make websites that customers love and that are outrageously profitable. The methodology is based on the authors' award-winning work growing many of the world's biggest web companies--plus hundreds of smaller, market-leading companies in over eighty different industries. In this book, you'll get What successful web businesses do differently (and others get wrong) How to easily identify your website's biggest opportunities A treasure trove of proven solutions for growing businesses Discover how to grow your profits--by making winning websites that people love.
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Building Brands That Win

Author : MUKERJEE
ISBN : 9781259063954
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?Brands...Brands...Brands Which brand will win? That is the million dollar question in a world that is swarmed by a plethora of brands. This book lays down the crucial elements which need reviewing by a brand manager in order to create Brands that Win in the marketplace. Taking into account the findings of leading researchers, the book uses numerous illustrative examples to elucidate useful concepts and practices from: brand strategy, brand experience, tracking brand performance, managing brand extensions and architecture and global branding to building strong brands, enabling brand resilience and brand sustainability. With a tool-kit attached to each chapter, this volume is essential reading for brand managers and professionals working on branding, marketing and advertising, and will also prove useful for students of management studies.
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How To Win Big And Make Money On High Limit Slots

Author : John F. Kennedy
ISBN : 9781525510168
Genre : Games & Activities
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This book is about bettering your odds on playing High Limit Slot Machines. There is a myth that you can't make money on slot machines. However, over the years through trial and error, I have discovered a system that has been working for me over several years that has helped me produce almost a million dollars in hand pay jackpots. A system that I have expressively shared in this informational guide. All this information is based on my own personal gambling experiences in various casinos' around the USA. My branded phrase is "flippin your money and dippin into theirs, never using your hard-earned money again!" -hence the meaning behind the phrase "flippin n dippin".
Category: Games & Activities

Twin Win Research

Author : Ben Shneiderman
ISBN : 9781681734279
Genre : Computers
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The thrill of discovery and the excitement of innovation mean that research is often immensely satisfying. But beyond the personal satisfaction, the goal of research is to improve the lives of people everywhere by driving revolutionary advances in healthcare, education, business, and government. This guidebook's strategies will help you shape your research and energize your campus so as to achieve the Twin Win: a breakthrough theory that's published and a validated solution that's ready for dissemination. The action-oriented paths in this guidebook resemble a backpacker's guide to hiking. It suggests paths and gives you enough information to get started, while providing enough flexibility to take side treks and enough confidence to find your own way. Short-term projects include inviting speakers to campus, choosing appropriate research projects, and developing networking skills. Middle-term include seeking funding from government agencies and philanthropic foundations, sharpening your writing and speaking skills, and promoting teamwork in research groups. Long-term missions include changing tenure policies, expanding collaboration with business and civic partners, and encouraging programs that combine theory and practice.
Category: Computers

Developing Effective Websites

Author : Roy Strauss
ISBN : 9781136133015
Genre : Art
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Is your website project out of control? Every website project needs a manager. Developing Effective Websites describes Internet technologies in plain language and helps you see beyond your expertise to the big picture. It does this by drawing on established software project and management principles. Like any project, effective management of website development starts by understanding and balancing the constraints of time, resources, and tasks. You can deliver your project on time and on budget, by following a process that includes: · Analyzing the requirements of users and your market · Developing a workplan for the site and breaking it down to tasks · Scheduling with Gantt and PERT charts and measuring slippage for more accurate revisions · Estimating cost by the budget-first or design-first methods · Using the team development process and covering all the necessary roles · Aligning contractor and client interests to create a win-win relationship · Following an iterative development process for designing, prototyping, and building out · Applying software testing principles to website development · Making hosting decisions and planning for maintenance
Category: Art

The Windough Sweepstakes System

Author : Scott Kurland
ISBN : 9781448629534
Genre : Games
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Sweepstakes expert and founder of former sweepstakes mega-site Windough.com takes you on a journey of the secret world of online sweepstakes, and then step-by-step through his proven odds-bending system for beating online sweepstakes at their own game. Join the exciting, increasingly popular sport that lets you win from the comfort of your own couch, for free! Follow the 10 easy steps to win a monthly avalanche of gift cards, cash... even cars, vacations, and maybe even $1,000,000 jackpots over and over again! Learn how to create your strategy, manage your time, maximize your winnings, minimize your taxes, and much, much more. Whether just for fun, to supplement your current income, or help achieve your life's dreams, this book will help you win more and win more often! Includes over $50 value in free bonus downloads, including WindoughPlan software, forms, quick-reference cards and instructional videos to get you ready and winning in just a few hours!
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Creating A 21st Century Win Win Economy

Author : Mark Pash
ISBN : 069284239X
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This book is about political macroeconomics which is the economic discipline that studies the overall condition and behavior of a country's economy. The size of the macroeconomic pie is unlimited. The age of scarcity is over, because the current capacity and productivity of the private sector can grow and produce all the goods and services that everyone needs as long we use proper resource conservation. We just can't produce and distribute it properly! I will describe the solutions in U.S. terms, but they apply to the global economy. Let me state this loud and clear: the macroeconomic systems of the world are in need of change! The proper macroeconomic philosophy will free the politicians from fighting about philosophy, and it will allow them to argue and compromise over the specifics of implementation. The debate between the 19th Century Laissez-faire Libertarian economics and the 20th Century Keynesian Economics has gone on long enough! Both are not complete enough to create a 21st Century Win-Win Economy. I will take the most successful parts from each philosophy and add to them the proper money creation and distribution systems. The political economic debate that continually splits our country and our leaders is a vicious cycle that can be stopped. Arguments over tax and spend (fiscal policy), and the so-called national debt are not the answer to our economic problems. Fiscal policy was not the cause of the "Great Recession," "Great Depression," or any other economic downturn; therefore, it cannot be the solution! What is the solution? I have one. The solution that I propose is nonpartisan; it is purely based on economic logic and reasoning. This book is not an exhaustive description and defense of capitalism. There are plenty of economists who have expounded on this subject. Instead, I will define Capitalism and provide the structures to reduce its major flaws. The solutions will not be about zero or limited government, but the "right" government. One of my goals is to educate our leaders and to empower the government to be a more efficient partner so we can accomplish the necessary programs to insure our future. My answers will be based on imperfect human operations, not on nonexistent human perfections. This is not a proposal to solve all the problems of mankind, just the economic ones. The book is not a proposal for some creation of Utopia or what I call "La-La Land." These are solutions that I believe we should and can do now, not in the next century. This book only covers and defends with economic reasoning and history-not on moral, fairness, political, community or social justice. These are valid points, but should not be used until an economic defense is presented. This is a solutions book written for the average citizen, but should be read by academics. In order for the book to be of reasonable length, it is not a typical academic book. It is not written in what I call "Econo-speak." I will try to keep the language easy to understand, and I will also provide a glossary. There will be mainly answers provided, with a limited amount of descriptive history, examples, footnotes, and statistics. I will refer to books and websites for you to read as a way of providing additional evidence, validation, economic reasoning and examples. Unfortunately, we cannot discuss every economic problem in detail; however, a general macroeconomic roadmap for decision making and basic solutions are provided within. These solutions are neither socialistic nor utopian. There will always be human disparity, differences and conflicts. We will still fight over operational decisions but the basic macroeconomic philosophy will be established!
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Che Guevara

Author : Stuart A. Kallen
ISBN : 9781467701440
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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October 9, 1967. World-renowned revolutionary Che Guevara is dead at the age of thirty-nine. The charismatic Argentinian revolutionary had been leading guerilla fighters in the jungles of Bolivia and was captured by the Bolivian army. Mario Terán, a sergeant in the Bolivian army, volunteered to execute the prisoner. He carried out the bloody assignment with nine point-blank shots to Guevara's body. Around the globe, reactions to the assassination were mixed. In Cuba, where Guevara had helped overthrow a brutally repressive dictatorship in 1959, more than a million people mourned openly. But in the United States and elsewhere, many business leaders and government officials were relieved. Guevara's anti-capitalist movement sought to strip big businesses of their land and power. He wanted to set up socialist systems to spread wealth and resources among ordinary workers-in Latin America and all around the world. To the rich and powerful, Guevara was a dangerous threat. Why did the assassination happen? How did the fiercely independent and internationally admired revolutionary leader end his life as a captive in a tiny Bolivian village? Why did he die a hunted man, without a fair trial, at the hands of a Bolivian soldier? How did his story become a legend? In this chronicle of an assassination, find out what inspired the myth of Che Guevara and what brought him to this bloody crossroads of history.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

How To Win The Trust Of A Scorpio

Author : Mary English
ISBN : 9781780993515
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Real Life Guidance on How to be Friends with and Win the Trust of a Scorpio
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Spin And Win

Author : Anton Savage
ISBN : 185607949X
Genre : Political Science
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In Spin and Win Anton Savage, a communications consultant of considerable experience, explodes some of the myths surrounding politicians (that clothes maketh the man, that body language can be reliably read, that all politicians are liars) and draws interesting comparisons with other electoral systems, notably the US. He demolishes the myth of focus groups, brings the reader behind the hilarious scenes at ard-fheiseanna and suggests that politicians are harder-working and more put-upon than many of their constituents realize. But their real job is to get re-elected and it is in describing the myths surrounding that relentless preoccupation that Spin and Win excels.
Category: Political Science