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abcs-of-web-design-and-development-cover-small.pngA Free eBook of Web Terms and Terminologies for marketers and business owners...with expert tips and examples

Being in business today means you have to be "tech-savvy"...

Words like HTML, Java Script, RSS feeds, mockups, blogs, applets, domain name, CMS and design brief are flooding your meetings unlike before.

And worse …

Meeting a designer or a web developer is like talking to someone from outer space.

So what are you going to do about it?

How can you be tech-savvy and knowledgeable on these terms without wasting your time (or investment)?

Without overwhelming yourself with information that has nothing to do with your business?

Without the boring, academic block of texts you find in some books?

Here’s the Solution:

The ABC of Web Design and Development

In this 47-page eBook, you’ll learn all the basic web terms and phrases that directly affect your website and your online presence.

Here’s what you’ll get:

  • An A to Z of the most frequently asked web terms based on the author’s actual experience dealing with small business owners, business executives, consultants and professionals like you.
  • No non-sense definition using real-world examples, case studies, images and links to relevant resources.
  • A Pro-Tip section where you learn how to apply these terms to your own business or profession.

Give yourself a favor by being up to date on the latest trends and technologies affecting your business and your market.

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