501 Web Site Secrets: Unleash the Power of Google, Amazon, EBay and More

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Wiley, Feb 13, 2004 - Computers - 410 pages
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  • Shows Internet users how to get the most out of Internet searches, portals, and commerce sites
  • Covers using Google to solve mathematical equations, making search engines safe for kids, harnessing the full power of Yahoo!, and getting the best bargains on shopping sites
  • Explains how to search for street addresses and phone numbers, stock quotes and other financial information, MP3s and other digital music, computer programs and utilities, medical information, legal information, genealogical information, job listings, and more
  • Reveals the secrets behind directory sites, indexing, and search result rankings

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Michael Miller has written more than fifty how-to and reference books over the last fifteen years, including Wiley’s Building Really Annoying Web Sites (2001). Mr. Miller has established a reputation for practical, real-world advice and an unerring empathy for the needs of his readers. He is known for his casual, easy-to-read writing style and his ability to explain a wide variety of complex topics to an everyday audience.
Mr. Miller is also President of the Molehill Group, a writing/consulting firm based in Carmel, Indiana. You can e-mail Mr. Miller directly at secrets@molehillgroup.com. His Web site is located at www.molehillgroup.com.

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