Online Success Tactics: 101 ways to build your small business
TechTamers founder, Dr. Jeanette Cates, announces the
release of her new book, Online Success Tactics: 101 ways to
build your small business. Published by Twin Towers Press,
the book is a jargon-free guide for business owners. With
each tactic taking one page or less, you'll find it easy to
read and choose the appropriate strategies to increase your
sales, build your visibility, and improve your service and
You and your customers will experience the difference!
With a website to keep it all up-to-date!
||Tame Your Personal Computer
This amazing new survival guide helps you conquer the PC
Beast right in front of you. If you’ve ever had a
technology problem; if you’ve ever been frustrated with
getting your computer to behave; if you’ve ever needed
help at 2AM – this is the book for you!
|Celebrate Customer Service
This book shows you how to thrill your customers with
service. This book offers proof that providing great
customer service is worth so much more than just good
customer service. Chapters by Jeanette Cates, Ted
Garrison and Rick Crandall and with contributions from Ken
Blanchard, Stephen Covey and Tom Peters. Learn:
- how to provide great customer service online
- why great customer service = more business
- turn complaints into compliments
- internal customer service
- how to implement great service and more!
Get your copy now! $14.95
you serious about making it BIG on the Internet? Would you like
to have lots of money and business opportunities flowing to you
while you sleep?
Then this book is a MUST READ – because these proven online
marketing strategies really work! This book uncovers the confessed
secrets to online success by the world’s top Internet marketing
And yes, TechTamers Founder and CEO, Dr. Jeanette Cates, is one
of the contributors to Confessions of Shameless Internet Promoters.
Com-put-ing: A Hacker's Dictionary
This is one of my favorite computer humor books. From the back
cover, you get some idea of the type of humor you'll find inside:
Address: The specific place in a computer's memory where a
particular item of data has been lost.
Hardware: Any portion of a computer system that you can
actually smack, thump, slam, punch, bash, whack, or clobber.
Nerd: A geek with
Web browser: An Internet navigation program that gives computer
users instant access to more than one billion advertisements.
Put a smile on your face - or your favorite Internet buddy's!
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