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Mobile Marketing In A Week

Nick Smith
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Nick Smith

Understand mobile marketing fast, without cutting cornersAn understanding of mobile marketing is essential for anyone who wants to reach the growing market of on-the-go consumers. In this short, accessible book, Nick Smith shares a lifetime of hard-earned wisdom and practical advice, giving you, in straightforward language, all the mobile marketing expertise you need to run successful mobile campaigns. The 'in a week' structure explains the essentials of mobile marketing over just 7 days:Sunday: Why the future is mobileMonday: Basic mobile traffic getting tacticsTuesday: Social mobile marketingWednesday: Mobile pay per click (PPC) marketingThursday: Mobile apps for SMEsFriday: SMS marketingSaturday: Building the ultimate mobile marketing systemAt the end there are questions to ensure you have taken it all in and cartoons, diagrams and visual aids throughout help make Mobile Marketing In A Week an enjoyable and effective learning experience.So what are you waiting for? Take the fast track to successful mobile marketing!

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They Know Everything About You

Robert Scheer
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Robert Scheer

They Know Everything About You is a ground-breaking exposé of how government agencies and tech corporations monitor virtually every aspect of our lives, and a fierce defence of privacy and democracy.The revelation that the government has access to a vast trove of personal online data demonstrates that we already live in a surveillance society. But the erosion of privacy rights extends far beyond big government. Intelligence agencies such as the NSA and CIA are using Silicon Valley corporate partners as their data spies. Seemingly progressive tech companies are joining forces with snooping government agencies to create a brave new world of wired tyranny.Life in the digital age poses an unprecedented challenge to our constitutional liberties, which guarantee a wall of privacy between the individual and the government. The basic assumption of democracy requires the ability of the individual to experiment with ideas and associations within a protected zone, as secured by the Constitution. The unobserved moment embodies the most basic of human rights, yet it is being squandered in the name of national security and consumer convenience.Robert Scheer argues that the information revolution, while a source of public enlightenment, contains the seeds of freedom's destruction in the form of a surveillance state that exceeds the wildest dream of the most ingenious dictator. The technology of surveillance, unless vigorously resisted, represents an existential threat to the liberation of the human spirit.

Running Press Kids

Pajanimals: Squacky Is Afraid of the Dark

Running Press
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Running Press

Squacky is afraid to go to sleep in the dark. Luckily, the rest of the Pajanimals know just what to do! They travel to The Night Sky where the Moon reminds him that he is always shining bright and watching over the Pajanimals.

Running Press Kids

Pajanimals: Apollo Has a Bad Day

Running Press
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Running Press

Lots of things are going wrong for Apollo today. When he is feeling too angry to sleep, he and the Pajanimals travel to The Night Sky. The Moon reminds Apollo that though there are bad days, tomorrow is always a brand new day!

Franklin Watts

Alien Cage

Jonny Zucker
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Jonny Zucker

Slipstream is a new generation of reading resourcesspecifically designed for struggling and reluctant readers.Through exciting and carefully levelled texts,Slipstream enables readers to accelerate their reading experience.This illustrated story is part of Slipstream LEVEL 1. The 300-word textis levelled for readers with a reading age of 5-7, but its engagingcontent makes it perfect for a wide range of older readers too.All texts are levelled by reading experts Dee Reid and Diana Bentley.The year is 2020 ad. An alien race called the Creetonsattacked Earth and won. Now all humans live in cages.Jed and Tia want to escape from the Creetons. They must find a way to beat the aliens and their robots, and free the human race.

How To Books

How to Live and Work In The UK 2e

Mathew Collins, Nicky Barclay
Authors:
Mathew Collins, Nicky Barclay

This essential handbook is for anyone wishing to enter the UK to work, study, settle, join their family, or visit - and who wants to remain in the UK indefinitely. It is ideal for students, would-be immigrants to the UK, HR professionals, and expats. It will help them to identify which visa category is applicable to them, and will prepare them for passing the Life in the UK test as set by the Home Office for those applying for British citizenship. Written by immigration practitioners, this book is an easy to use handbook that readers will refer to, time and time again. This book is an essential read for those planning to come to the UK and who need to make a visa application. It covers: - critical information on which visa categories may be appropriate to their circumstances - how to make a visa application - what to expect when they arrive in the UK, including important information on how to establish a National Insurance number (for working), familiarising themselves with the taxation system, how to register with a Doctor and Dentist, plus much more. For those employing non-UK/EU citizens, this book explains: - what essential checks you must put in place - details of the Points Based System and how individuals can qualify - how to obtain a licence to employ foreign nationals and the HR compliance issues that need to be in place in order to remain compliant with the UK Border Agency For employers dealing with intra-company transfers and global people mobility issues, it offers a simple and understandable way to assess employees and whether they meet the appropriate visa requirements.Contents: Preface; Part I: Information for the 'Life in the UK' test; 1. United Kingdom past and present; 2. The UK in Europe and the Commonwealth; 3. Religion; 4. Women in UK society; 5. Children and young people; 6. Education; 7. Housing; 8. Utilities; 9. Personal finance; 10. Health; 11. Leisure; 12. Transport; 13. Employment; Part II: Immigration; 14. United Kingdom immigration; 15. Spouses, fiancees and unmarried partners; 16. EEA nationals; 17. Entry clearance; 18. Citizenship; Part III: Employer's Section; 19. Points-based system and employers' registration; Part IV: Living in the UK - Practical information; 20. Employment; 21. Studying; 22. Basic employment laws; 23. National insurance and taxation; 24. Starting a business; 25. Childcare, schools and education; 26. Housing; 27. Healthcare; 28. Transport; 29. Moving to the UK; 30. Arriving in the UK; 31. Lifestyle and leisure; 32. Useful information - things you need to know; 33. Crossing the cultural divide; 34. Useful contacts; Index.

Basic Books

The Limits Of Privacy

Amitai Etzioni
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Amitai Etzioni

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