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Webmonkey Blog
Friday, 13 June 2003
local girl does good
Mood:  accident prone
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Posting a link to Webmonkey foremother June Cohen's new book, The Unusually Useful Web Book, on the front door of Webmonkey seems to have given it a big boost in the Amazon sales rankings. In fact, watching the book jockey for position has become a game of its own. "Oh!" says June, "The book's now at 572! It broke into the Top 20 for Computers & Internet books. Hooray! Amazon is so weird ... it's like watching the world's slowest, strangest, most abstract sports event."

Why not see what you can do to influence the rankings and buy a copy? Not only has it been described as an "instant classic" by the first user reviewer, but it features quotes from actual Webmonkeys, past and present.

Posted by webmonkeyevany at 4:42 PM PDT
Updated: Friday, 13 June 2003 4:49 PM PDT
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Friday, 20 June 2003 - 10:08 AM PDT

Name: Brian Buell
Home Page: http://www.irservices.com

I have always enjoyed your site and found lots of great tools and tips for my development. I found your book to be equally helpful. This book is packed with all the standards, tips, strategies and worksheets to build sites that work anywhere, run on broadband and dialup, and get found. I would have liked to have seen a CD or web link in the book, particularly for worksheets. Otherwise, this book is a keeper. I expected it to get pretty beat up!!

Sunday, 29 June 2003 - 1:11 PM PDT

Name: VooDooMaster

I usually find that links on webmonkey are the kind I'd hunt for myself if I had time. I don't know how many times I've gone to the page for that book, but I've no credit card and the local book stores are too slow! grr....

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