Get to #1 on Google

Author: Ben Norman
Publisher: In Easy Steps, 2009
Pages: 192
ISBN: 978-1840783827
Aimed at: Non-technical website builders
Rating: 4
Pros: Good advice, well explained
Cons: Repetitive
Reviewed by: David Conrad

Getting to number one on Google is a common ambition and if you are a complete beginner at the task then this slim book will tell you the basics. All SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) is guess work, as search engines don't make public how they do the job, and this book repeats the well known folklore in a fairly digestible form. It tends to be a little repetitive in offering the same advice and same warnings at each section but this isn't unreasonable if it is assumed that the reader will dip into the book rather than read it cover to cover. On the other hand the book is slim and there few words per page so a one-sitting reading isperfectly feasible and does ram home the repetition.

As well as the standard advice about keywords and making your site search engine friendly, it also provides advice about using a range of free tools - mainly Web CEO and Google's own free tools.

Getting to number one isn't guaranteed by the techniques described but they are all sensible and well explained. If you are new to running a web site the book will get you up-to-speed but it is aimed at the complete non-technical user.

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SQL Server 2022 Revealed

Author: Bob Ward
Publisher: Apress
Pages: 506
ISBN: 978-1484288931
Print:1484288939
Kindle: B0BLB4VJL9
Audience: DBAs & SQL devs
Rating: 5
Reviewer: Ian Stirk

This book aims to explain the new features in SQL Server 2022, how does it fare?



Code: The Hidden Language of Computer Hardware and Software 2nd Ed

Top Book 2023
Author: Charles Petzold
Publisher: Microsoft Press
Date: August 2022
Pages: 480
ISBN: 978-0137909100
Print: 0137909101
Kindle: B0B123P5GV
Audience: General
Rating: 5
Reviewer: Mike James
Code! We all need to know about it.


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