File Size: 366 KB
Print Length: 44 pages
Publisher: First Digital, Inc.; 2 edition (January 1, 2014)
Publication Date: January 1, 2014
Sold by: Digital Services LLC
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Best Sellers Rank: #919,335 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store) #182 in Books > Computers & Technology > Web Development & Design > Content Management #924 in Kindle Store > Kindle Short Reads > 90 minutes (44-64 pages) > Computers & Technology #6881 in Books > Computers & Technology > Internet & Social Media
AskGabe is a great book on how to create a website. The question and answer format is quite easy to read, and helps me figure out what I’m actually looking for in a website. The book felt like I was sitting down with a friend to discuss a new venture in creating something awesome. With all the changes going on in the internet world, it’s great to see how the askGabe series is able to keep up and be a refresher for me.I was able to get a lot out of the book while traveling, so it’s definitely a good guide for the traveling business person. The subjects are packed with information, and they are in bite sized pieces modeled as answers to questions, so it’s easy to read. If you’re looking to find a quick and easy guide to building a quality website, I recommend this book!
This great book by Gabriel Ungureanu shows you how to create websites that you can use today to begin marketing your business live on the web. Prior to starting website creation, there are numerous considerations such as what platform to use and some important design principles that must be followed if one is to advertise their product to a global audience. This book covers it all and puts you on the right path to preparing a website that not only just sits on the Internet but dynamically reaches the right audience. Recommend this book for anyone that does business on the web and needs a website that reaches out to a wider audience!
This book was very easy to understand, especially for someone with little experience in web design. Gabriel didn't throw around too much computer jargon and kept things pretty simple for the lay person. I now feel more confident about setting up my website.