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A Simplified Guide To Church Websites

RRP $16.99

Your church website could be better. Even if you paid a lot of money a few years ago, it's not exactly what you want. Maybe it doesn't exist at all, or maybe the volunteer who built it left for another church. While the reasons for not having a good church website are infinite, the way to create a better church website has just gotten a bit simpler with this guide designed to help anyone interested in attempting to implement a new website for a church. This is a book each minister, congregational president, and church library needs. The book starts with an argument for having a better website. If you've had trouble convincing your board or members of the need, you'll find some resources that might help. The guide then presents some suggestions about the kind of framework to use in building your new or updated site. The next part of the book takes a look at a website from top to bottom, going over most of what you'll need to create an effective design. Ratings are given for relative importance and difficulty of web page elements. The book then discusses pages of a typical church website, making some suggestions as to how to lay the pages out. You will also learn about several of the most popular and useful add-ons available for church websites. The entire book is written with budget in mind, since the author designs websites for local churches at a fraction of the cost of many custom web design businesses. The book is a pragmatic guide that covers most of what you'll need without trying to give step-by-step details, especially since it's meant to be applicable to many available systems. While the book can function as a basic guide to building your own sites, it's as much a list of suggestions that can help you navigate what you already have and what you will be shopping for when you get a website. It will help you understand what your web developer will be doing for you, whether it's someone you hire or a volunteer. Think of it this way: would you buy a car without doing a little research on the kind of car you need and the available options? A good website costs as much as a car, yet many churches get taken by slick sales pitches. This book will help you to at least understand what those salesmen are trying to offer. The book does not take a stance on the best way for your church to build a website. Rather, it offers options, suggestions, and a quick education on what could be useful in your decision-making and implementation of a new church website. Some of the ideas could save your church thousands of dollars, while others might allow you to see why spending the money is worth it. A few tricks might even save you something more valuable than money: time, especially if you're trying to build your own church website. The web designer who wrote this book routinely builds sites in three days or less, and you'll see screenshots of the results. While the goal may not be for you to speed-build your new church site, it's certainly tempting to find out how someone learned to build websites in three days while the local custom website building boutique will ask for six months to a year. If you want to look at some of the results before you purchase the book, please check out luthernet.org to see several examples of three-day website upgrades. Passiveninja.com also has a portfolio section showing more of the same: modern, mobile-friendly websites built in a few days using the tools and techniques in this book. Bonus articles discussing web design and church ministry efforts are included, as well as an annotated ministry resources list compiled by Lisa Jaeger. If you are looking for a DIY guide to building your own non-church website, this book will also help you. While it's geared towards churches, most of the ideas can be used with small business websites, education websites, family blogs, and many others, since the designer has built all kinds of sites over the years using mostly Joomla and Google Sites.


Make Your Own Website Using Wordpress The Easy Way

RRP $12.99

This book is filled with excellent start to finish information on how to make your very first website using WordPress. This Book Includes Following Topics Index: Introduction Chapter 1 How To Create Your Own Website Through Wordpress In "5 Minutes"? Wordpress.Com Is Divided Into 3 Categories Which Are: (a)Wordpress.com for Beginner: (b)Wordpress.com for Premium: (c)Wordpress.com for Business. Limitation Of Free Hosting Service Chapter 2 Create The Website With Own Domain Name Chapter 3 How To Rent The Hosting Service Hosting Space How To Choose Web Hosting Service? Chapter 4 How To Point A Domain Name To Your Website? Get Your Web Host's Name Servers Enter The Name Servers Into Your Registrar's Settings For Your Domain Chapter 5 How To Install Wordpress In Cpanel? Get The Files Onto Your Server Set Up The Database: Chapter 6 How To Add A Page In A Wordpress? Chapter 7 How To Create Category In Wordpress? Chapter 8 How To Add A Post In A Wordpress? Chapter 9 How To Add "Menu" In A Wordpress? Chapter 10 What Are Widgets? How To Add "Widget" In A Wordpress? Chapter 11 Install Plugins To Get The Most Out Of Your Website 1.SEO Plugins For Wordpress 2.Newsletter Plugins For Wordpress: 3.Social Media Plugins For Wordpress: 4.Mobile Friendly Plugins For Wordpress: 5.Widgets Plugins For Wordpress: 6.Google Adsense Plugins For Wordpress: Chapter 12 Best Themes For Wordpress


Bankruptcy And Insolvency Taxation, 4th Edition + Website

RRP $581.99

The thousands of mergers, acquisitions, and start-ups that have characterized the past years of business have created an increasing number of corporations in financial trouble: specifically, a shortage of venture capital or quick cash. Consequently, bankruptcy protection is now viewed as a strategic move to protect corporations from their creditors and allow them to reorganize. Fully revised and updated with new case studies and the latest coverage of regulations, <i>Bankruptcy and Insolvency Taxation, Fourth Edition</i> provides the answers to the questions financial managers will have on the tax aspects of bankruptcy strategy.


Doing Business With South Korea

RRP $256.99

With Korea already on its way to becoming the next major front in world trade and international commerce--it is now the United States' seventh largest bilateral trading partner--American firms that realize the potential opportunities of establishing an early presence there stand to realize substantial profits. This pioneering book is the first to provide a step-by-step guide to establishing an active export operation in Korea. Writing for both business executives who want to expand their export operations and professionals who study and analyze international trade, the author offers a thorough discussion of company evaluation, product selection, overseas business practices, local customs, and Korean outlets. The focus throughout is on the practical strategies and procedures involved in setting up and maintaining a successful export operation in Korea, making this an indispensable source for international sales managers, strategic planners, and marketing executives. The author begins by analyzing company strategies and shows how the individual firm can evaluate its own export capacities. The second section discusses products and product groups likely to sell well in Korea. Part III places trade within its social context and explores Korean trade policies, the importance of culture, and the dominance of government in Korean trade. Because exporting trends are moving toward joint-ventures, the author notes, these cultural considerations take on additional significance. The cultural practices that must be observed by traders active in Korea are examined in a group of chapters that describe how the Korean import market works, how U.S. suppliers compare with Japan, how to gain access to the Korean markets, and how insiders view Korean practices. The last two sections emphasize Korean protocol and outlet procedures. Among the topics covered here are customs and traditions, Korean business etiquette, establishing distribution systems, consumer markets, service outlets, and business prospects. Numerous tables and figures amplify points made in the text.


A Simplified Guide To Church Websites

RRP $16.99

Your church website could be better. Even if you paid a lot of money a few years ago, it's not exactly what you want. Maybe it doesn't exist at all, or maybe the volunteer who built it left for another church. While the reasons for not having a good church website are infinite, the way to create a better church website has just gotten a bit simpler with this guide designed to help anyone interested in attempting to implement a new website for a church. This is a book each minister, congregational president, and church library needs. The book starts with an argument for having a better website. If you've had trouble convincing your board or members of the need, you'll find some resources that might help. The guide then presents some suggestions about the kind of framework to use in building your new or updated site. The next part of the book takes a look at a website from top to bottom, going over most of what you'll need to create an effective design. Ratings are given for relative importance and difficulty of web page elements. The book then discusses pages of a typical church website, making some suggestions as to how to lay the pages out. You will also learn about several of the most popular and useful add-ons available for church websites. The entire book is written with budget in mind, since the author designs websites for local churches at a fraction of the cost of many custom web design businesses. The book is a pragmatic guide that covers most of what you'll need without trying to give step-by-step details, especially since it's meant to be applicable to many available systems. While the book can function as a basic guide to building your own sites, it's as much a list of suggestions that can help you navigate what you already have and what you will be shopping for when you get a website. It will help you understand what your web developer will be doing for you, whether it's someone you hire or a volunteer. Think of it this way: would you buy a car without doing a little research on the kind of car you need and the available options? A good website costs as much as a car, yet many churches get taken by slick sales pitches. This book will help you to at least understand what those salesmen are trying to offer. The book does not take a stance on the best way for your church to build a website. Rather, it offers options, suggestions, and a quick education on what could be useful in your decision-making and implementation of a new church website. Some of the ideas could save your church thousands of dollars, while others might allow you to see why spending the money is worth it. A few tricks might even save you something more valuable than money: time, especially if you're trying to build your own church website. The web designer who wrote this book routinely builds sites in three days or less, and you'll see screenshots of the results. While the goal may not be for you to speed-build your new church site, it's certainly tempting to find out how someone learned to build websites in three days while the local custom website building boutique will ask for six months to a year. If you want to look at some of the results before you purchase the book, please check out luthernet.org to see several examples of three-day website upgrades. Passiveninja.com also has a portfolio section showing more of the same: modern, mobile-friendly websites built in a few days using the tools and techniques in this book. Bonus articles discussing web design and church ministry efforts are included, as well as an annotated ministry resources list compiled by Lisa Jaeger. If you are looking for a DIY guide to building your own non-church website, this book will also help you. While it's geared towards churches, most of the ideas can be used with small business websites, education websites, family blogs, and many others, since the designer has built all kinds of sites over the years using mostly Joomla and Google Sites.



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