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Internet Marketing: The Best Books Ever

There are hundreds of books on Internet Marketing. Here’s a list of the very best.
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There are hundreds of books on Internet Marketing. With so many options, how do you know what to read and what to bypass?
Today I’m going to share with you the same books I recommend to my clients, and I’m going to tell you why I like them so much. If you read these books, you will know more about Internet Marketing than 90% of your competitors. You’ll learn the rest by putting what you’ve read into practice. Read and enjoy!

Best Internet Marketing Books

Ultimate Guide to Google AdWords

A great guide to understanding Google AdWords.

Don’t Make Me Think

By far, the best web usability book ever written.

Building Findable Websites

This book will teach you to build web standards-compliant websites.

Search Engine Marketing, Inc.

A great Search Engine Optimization (SEO) book for beginner and intermediate users.

Web Analytics: An Hour a Day

This book will teach you almost all you need to know about web analytics.

The Non-Designer’s Design Book

If you are thinking about designing your own website, you NEED to read this book.

A Practical Guide to Affiliate Marketing

Are you a merchant looking to benefit from affiliate marketing? Do yourself a favor and read this book.

The Adweek Copywriting Handbook

By far, the best copywriting book I’ve ever read. I absolutely love it.

Learning Web Design: A Beginner’s Guide to (X)HTML, StyleSheets, and Web Graphics

Excellent guide on HTML and CSS.

The Essential Guide to Dreamweaver CS3 with CSS, Ajax, and PHP

If you are ready to go the extra mile and start doing some web development, this is the book you want to read.

Call to Action

I love this book. It will teach you a lot about web usability, copywriting and calls to action.

The New Rules of Marketing and PR

A great read that will help you understand how the Internet is changing the way people and companies do marketing and PR.

The Facebook Era

Thinking about getting into social media marketing? Read this book first!

Twitter Power

Go from Twitter-laggard to Twitter-expert in only two days with this great book.

ProBlogger: Secrets for Blogging Your Way to a Six-Figure Income

If you want to become a professional blogger, this one is a must.

The Truth About Profiting from Social Networking

My favorite social media marketing book ever.

The Social Network Business Plan

David Silver is one of the most knowledgeable people when it comes to online communities. Learn from the master; read his book.

Social Media Marketing: An Hour a Day

A very easy to understand guide for people that want to get started in the social media marketing world.

The 4-Hour Workweek

This book is not about online marketing per sé, but it will give you a few ideas about living your life at its fullest when you start growing your profits from your online efforts.

Eager for more? Check out Zeke’s series “Getting Social Smarts” and his three podcasts below for more great online marketing information and tips!

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