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The 13 Pillars of Internet Marketing offers a broad introduction to internet marketing methods for marketing managers, business owners and entrepreneurs. It helps the reader build a broad overall online marketing knowledge, prior to implementing their own internet marketing campaign or managing an SEO company. This special edition also includes an interview with blogging guru Yaro Starak.

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ISBN: 9781452366067
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