Unlocking Google's Hidden Potential
by Stephan Spencer
Publisher: Netconcepts.com 2006
Number of pages: 27
With well over 8 billion documents in its index, Google is a veritable treasure trove of information. Yet finding just the right document out of those billions –- the one that answers your question – can be daunting. Stephan Spencer, founder and president of Netconcepts, has written a new ebook on how to become a Google power-searcher. This guide is a must-have for anyone who uses Google. This ebook will show you how to find what you need quickly and with laser-like accuracy.
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