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If you sell products online, it’s important to know that the U.S. Commerce Department says consumers spent $194 billion online in 2011. If you don’t sell products online, it’s important to know that in a recently released survey, Cisco found that 74% of consumers turn to the web to conduct research before making a purchase in a store. So whether you sell online or not, having an online presence **that potential customers can find** is critical! This ebook will give you the knowledge you need to understand how to get on googles first page.

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ISBN: 9781301168927
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