Thursday, March 22, 2012

Internet Marketing Start to Finish: Drive measurable, repeatable online sales with search marketing, usability, CRM, and analytics

Internet Marketing Start to Finish: Drive measurable, repeatable online sales with search marketing, usability, CRM, and analytics

Internet Marketing Start to Finish: Drive measurable, repeatable online sales with search marketing, usability, CRM, and analytics

Catherine Juon (Author), Dunrie Greiling (Author), Catherine Buerkle, "Internet Marketing Start to Finish: Drive measurable, repeatable online sales with search marketing, usability, CRM, and analytics"
Que | 2011-08-20 | ISBN: 0789747898 | 350 pages | PDF | 8 MB

This book is designed to help your company view Internet marketing strategically, bring together marketing, sales and operations functions that were previously separate and siloed, and systematically capture and apply data to drive dramatic improvements in performance. Drawing on their extensive experience with enterprise clients, Catherine Juon and Dunrie Greiling show you how to implement a more iterative, measurable, and repeatable approach to Internet marketing, gain better information about which online strategies are working best, deliver better-qualified leads to sales, build an "online sales engine" to track every customer relationship from the very outset - and, above all, grow profits. Rather than covering individual Internet marketing tools in isolation, they show you how to integrate the full strategic toolkit: social media, pay-per-click, Google AdWords, SEO, site usability, Google Analytics, audience analysis, CRM, lead generation, site navigation optimization, and more. You'll learn how to use metrics and data analysis far more effectively to inform adjustments in both long-term strategy and short-term tactics. Along the way, the authors offer you new solutions to challenges discussed in no other book - including the challenges of marketing, advertising, and pricing when Google flattens all channels and geographies into a single gigantic marketplace.

12 Issues of Digital Art Magazine

12 Issues of Digital Art Magazine

12 Issues of Digital Art Magazine

12 Issues of Digital Art Magazine | 874.89 MB
format PDF | 12 issues | ~110 pages each

The Future of Computing Performance

The Future of Computing Performance

The Future of Computing Performance

The Future of Computing Performance: Game Over or Next Level? by Committee on Sustaining Growth in Computing Performance
Publisher: National Academies Press | 2011 | ISBN: 0309159512 | PDF | 200 pages | 10 MB

Pro Evolution Soccer 2012 (2011/USA/XBOX360/ISO/MULTI2/ENG/RUS)

Pro Evolution Soccer 2012 (2011/USA/XBOX360/ISO/MULTI2/ENG/RUS)

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Pro Evolution Soccer 2012 (2011/USA/XBOX360/ISO/MULTI2/ENG/RUS)
RELEASE_DATE; 12/10/2011 | SYSTEM; XBOX360 | FORMAT; ISO | REGiON / COUNTRY; PAL
GAME_GENRE; SOCCER | RIPPED; Nothing | PUBLISHER; KONAMI | LANGUAGE; ENGLISH | File Size : 4.49 GB |

Faces In The Crowd (2011) 480p BluRay x264-GubrakZ

Faces In The Crowd (2011) 480p BluRay x264-GubrakZ

Faces In The Crowd (2011) 480p BluRay x264-GubrakZ

Faces In The Crowd (2011) 480p BluRay x264-GubrakZ
Language: English
Matroska | 1 003.0 MiB | 848x352 | AVC @ 1 111 Kbps | AC3 @ 256 Kbps - 6 channels | 1h 42mn
Genres: Horror | Thriller
IMDB Info

A horror-thriller centered on a woman living with "face-blindness" after surviving a serial killer s attack. As she lives with her condition, one in which facial features change each time she loses sight of them, the killer closes in.

51 (2011) BluRay 480p x264-FxG

51 (2011) BluRay 480p x264-FxG

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51 (2011) BluRay 480p x264
Language: English
01:30:07 | 852x480 | x264 - 740Kbps | 23.976fps | AAC - 160Kbps | 590MB
Genre: Horror | Sci-Fi

Three To Tango (1999) iNTERNAL DVDRip XviD - EXViDiNT

Three To Tango (1999) iNTERNAL DVDRip XviD - EXViDiNT

Three To Tango (1999) iNTERNAL DVDRip XviD - EXViDiNT
Three To Tango (1999) iNTERNAL DVDRip XviD - EXViDiNT
English | 94 Min | 640 x 360 | XviD - 908Kbps | 25.000fps | MP3 - 119Kbps | 702 MB
Genre: Comedy | Romance

A rich businessman, Dylan McDermott, mistakenly believes that Matthew Perry, who is bidding on a $90 million restoration contract.