How to create an effective web site

Baldwin, Scott
June 1997
Quill & Quire;Jun97, Vol. 63 Issue 6, p46
Suggests measures and steps to guide booksellers for venturing into online marketing. Costs involved in creating a web site; Criteria for choosing material to be put on a web site; Efforts to promote your web site.


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