Recommended Reference Reading

The internet and Web 2.0 are ever changing entities that have taken on a life of their own. While we’re not Skynet yet, every day we seem to be growing closer, in a kinder, friendlier way (at least I hope so).

Because change is so rapid, it’s more important than ever to keep yourself current with new things happening in all facets of internet marketing. It’s also important to have a good basis for understanding of your business and what is the best way to reach your audience so that you aren’t jumping at every bell and whistle just because they’re shiny and new.

I’ve compiled a list of several books in my reference collection, or ones that I’ve begged and borrowed along the way. Some are very simply written for the beginner while others are more focused and complex.

You might notice, I recommend a lot of the ‘For Dummies’ books. I think they’re great jumping off point when you want to learn a new skill. I have way more of them in my personal collection than I should probably admit to đŸ™‚

Check out my recommendations at http://snbconsultingservices.ca/reference.html

If you have any books that you’ve read and think should be added to this list, please email me at SNB Consulting Services at sue@snbconsultingservices.ca the title and author of the book so we can upload it to this page

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4 Responses to Recommended Reference Reading

  1. Stteven says:

    I want to to thank you for this very good read!! I certainly ejeyond every bit of it. I’ve got you book-marked to check out new stuff you post…

  2. Thanks for that! It’s just the answer I needed.

  3. Trey says:

    whether to be kind or not to ex-staff, really ddnepes on what the ex-staff had done/contributed to the company. agreed with Bittermelon that one is responsible for one’s 2nd chance!by the way, I have a client who told me that the worst comment of an ex-staff is “no comment”. He even wrote it on the reference letter of that ex-staff….

  4. Sezai says:

    whether to be kind or not to ex-staff, really dnedpes on what the ex-staff had done/contributed to the company. agreed with Bittermelon that one is responsible for one’s 2nd chance!by the way, I have a client who told me that the worst comment of an ex-staff is “no comment”. He even wrote it on the reference letter of that ex-staff….

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