Twenty-Five Essential Reads for Web Pro’s

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This week Website Magazine sent out an email to a few thousand of our valued standard-level subscribers requesting feedback on our July issue (which was available only to professional members).

Feedback was overwhelmingly positive but as the comments came in one general theme emerged – Web professionals still appreciate the printed word.

For this reason, this week’s Web Success Weekly e-newsletter focused on the Internet related books that over the years have collectively inspired Web professionals like you to do amazing things online.

Below you will find twenty-five books we’ve read recently and over the past few years that have changed the way we think about being Web professional and Internet success.

What books have you read that have influenced and inspired you to do great things with your website? Comment below and let other Website Magazine readers know!


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JonathanF 07-24-2009 11:34 AM

Letting Go of the Words by Ginny Reddish (sp?) is the Don't Make Me Think for writing for the Web. Indispensable.

MelissaP 07-24-2009 12:16 PM

Invaluable, easy to read book that covers much more than its name suggests:

Search Engine Optimization: Your Visual Blueprint for Effective Internet Marketing by Kristopher B. Jones

BrandieS 07-24-2009 12:38 PM

"Get Content, Get Customers: Turn Prospects into Buyers with Content Marketing" by Joe Pulizzi and Newt Barrett. This great read has actionable items to develop a successful and measurable content marketing strategy.

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