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Web Content Rx: A Quick and Handy Guide for Writers, Webmasters, Ebayers, and Business People

ISBN-10: 1601630689 and ISBN-13: 9781601630681

Contact:

Wayne A. English, Author, Writer, and Business Owner
167 Forge Road, Coventry, CT 06238
Cell phone: (860) 502-7735
E-Mail:
wayneaen@WebContentRx.com

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Get Read or Get Lost

(Coventry, CT - July 29, 2009) Web Content Rx: A Quick and Handy Guide For Writers, Webmasters, eBayers, and Business People is published by Career Press. Written by Wayne English, Web content expert, writer with local, national, and international print and online publications, and Web master, the book is designed for those who need Web content. This book shows how to write targeted, pertinent Web content that is easily read and understood by your intended reader.

Available Worldwide

 Web Content Rx is available worldwide, in colleges and universities, in book stores, and online. See Web Content Rx . This book is sold in Japan, Taiwan, Australia, Canada, the United States, England, Germany, and other countries.

Selected by SkillSoft, Considered as Text Book

 Web Content Rx: A Quick and Handy Guide For Writers, Webmasters, eBayers, and Business People was selected by SkillSoft Books 24x7 to be marketed to their corporate clients and is being considered as a supplemental textbook to teach writing at the college level.

How To Write and Photograph More Effective eBay Ads

One of our endorsers, Steve Dombeck, who owns a-to-z-bay, a store that sells goods on eBay, increased his sales by using the techniques presented in Web Content Rx: A Quick and Handy Guide For Writers, Webmasters, eBayers, and Business People.

Unlike Other Books on Writing Web Content, You Will Find How To:

○Write and photograph effective eBay ads

○Blog

○Make podcasts

○Structure text, data, and write instructions to accomplish complex tasks

○Make your Web email link spam proof

○Structure your data, write instructions

Dead Ancestors for Desert - Your Content Decides

It was only a typographical error. Decadent was intended. A decadent desert meaning self-indulgent. Decedent is what was written, meaning deceased ancestors. Not the same thing at all.

About The Author

Wayne English is a Web content expert, experienced Web master, author, and writer with local, national, and international publications in major magazines, newsletters, and newspapers. Wayne owns WebContentRx.com LLC. See his publications, testimonials, and clients.


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