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Social Media Manager Now: Become a Better Social Media Manager in Ten Weeks

by Michael Bryan Ross

Social media management is a lot harder than it sounds. People think that social media managers simply post funny links and cute dog photos, but this simply isn’t the case. Great social media managers understand the different ways and reasons why humans interact, how different posting and content strategies influence overall performance, and even how to measure and learn from social analytics. Managers also typically handle ad campaigns, leverage web technologies, and integrate their strategies into wide-scale digital campaigns.

This book will touch on all of these topics and more. This book is perfect for you if you’re interested in becoming a social media manager, already are a social media manager, or would just like to learn more about social media management as an industry.

With ten weeks of lessons and exercises, you’re guaranteed to learn what it takes to be a seasoned social media manager.

Lesson Summary:

Week 1: Why Social Matters

Week 2: The Purpose of Social

Week 3: Understanding Networks

Week 4: Good Design for Social

Week 5: Posting Strategies

Week 6: Content Strategies

Week 7: Intro to Analytics

Week 8: Social Media Technologies

Week 9: Advertising Basics

Week 10: Integrated Strategies

Every lesson comes with course exercises to help strengthen your learning experience. There are also additional resources available to readers at

Guest Blogging Master Class: Your Step by Step Guide to Getting More Traffic, Email Subscribers, and Sales (Starting a Blog, Content Marketing, and Growth Hacking Book 2)

by Mike Fishbein

Do you ever feel like blogging on your own site is like speaking to a wall? Have you been blogging for months, but still not ranking on Google for your target search terms?

Ever tried reaching out to journalists to get press coverage only to hear crickets? Maybe you’ve tried spending money on Facebook ads or Google Adwords, a fancy public relations agency, or sales.

The reality is, getting traffic is hard when everyone is a media company.

Enter: Guest Blogging

Throughout this book you’ll learn how to pitch editors and get your blog posts published on top sites. You’ll also learn how to build your email list, get backlinks, boost your SEO, and find the best guest blogging opportunities for your business.

Guest blogging can bring immediate impact by putting you in front of a publication’s existing audience. It can also help you over the long-term by enabling you to build links. Backlinks are a significant contributor to how pages rank on Google.

So how do you approach guest blogging? There’s a systematic formula that can get you from cold email to a published copy in front of a large audience of potential customers, even if you’re a beginner. Order this book now to find out how.

Learn Javascript Programming: Learn Javascript Easily: The Ultimate Guide For Beginners To Learn Javascript Programming Today

by Bill Redwood

Learn JavaScript: Learn Javascript Programming Today


JavaScript came into existence in the year 1995. It was created by Brendan Eich. It is a light weight scripting language which is interpreted by the browser only after the page has been loaded. So, JavaScript is an interpreted Programming language. Programming languages can either be compiled or interpreted. In order to make a compiled language work you require a compiler which is the case with Java, C++, Python, Ruby etc. However, the case with JavaScript is different. It can run right away right from the browser itself.

JavaScript cannot be forced on to a browser. If the JavaScript is disabled for a browser then in no way you can make the script work. JavaScript follows Same Origin Policy by which it can only access the resources of your website and it cannot access the resources from other servers. As it is a client side scripting language. It can only control the actions of the client. It cannot access the resources at the server end such as the database. It is a client side scripting language which means that JavaScript code is executed on the user’s browser itself and its files are not stored in the web server.

JavaScript allows you to do many things:

1. Instant message displaying to user: if the user has submitted some information such as form and the website is busy then validating data and responding to it from the server may take time but JavaScript can help in resolving the issue.

2. By adding dynamic JavaScript features you can make your website a bit responsive.

3. JavaScript allows you to detect visitor’s browser. With the help of JavaScript you can load a page depending on the type of browser the visitor is using.

4. It allows you to create cookies which help visitors enjoy a personalised experience when they visit your site next.

5. You can validate the form data that the user has filled in and tell the user to correct mistakes before submitting the info.

You will learn all this and much more in the coming chapters.

JavaScript is an amazing programming language that provides you with the freedom to add interactive features to a web page to improve its responsiveness. Since JavaScript is used to add functionality to a web page it is important to have prior knowledge of HTML and CSS before getting started with this programming language.

What you’ll find inside

– Introduction about JavaScript

– What is JavaScript?

– What can JavaScript do?

– Variables in JavaScript

– Operators operator!

– Conditions

– Functions

– Loops

– Arrays

– Classes and Objects

– Regular Expressions

– Events in JavaScript

– Opening/Referencing Browser windows with JavaScript

– Complex Dates

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