Web Development for Intermediate Programmers - with PHPby Steven Sohcot
This book gives step-by-step instructions on how to build a database-driven web-based application using PHP. Along the way, the author explains WHY specific techniques were chosen and incorporate "usability" tips. This book is intended for those with a basic understanding of coding; however, the first section of the book is dedicated to providing a high-level foundation of this knowledge.
The Story Engineby Kyle Gray
Every entrepreneur has a story to tell, whether they’re running seven-figure startups or small personal brands. Your story is the most powerful asset you have at your disposal. It can cut through the noise and connect you with your customers. Content marketing is one of the most affordable and powerful digital marketing tools available to tell your story at scale. This book will show you how to tell your story.
Burndown: A Better Way To Build Productsby David Cancel & Matt Bilotti
Your Growth Hacks Aren’t Workingby Steli Efti
Want more customers? Pick up the phone! Cold calling is one of the most underrated customer acquisition channels, and this book tells you how to do it right in 2017—even if you have zero sales experience. In this book, you'll learn how to: qualify and close prospects, deal with sales objections, and much more!
Fearless Authorby Ashley Emma
Websites that Convertby Claire Suellentrop
50 Public Relations Hacks for Startupsby Nora Leary
Do you want more media attention for your startup but can’t hire a full PR team? Then this eBook is for you. Read on to find 50 PR hacks on how to write and place a press release, create a media list and communicate with reporters, launch on ProductHunt, create news when you don’t have any, create a press page, and measure PR results.
The Brain Audit: Why Customers Buy (And Why They Don’t)by Sean D'Souza
The Brain Audit doesn't teach you how to use mind tricks to sell. It's not a system of coercion. It doesn’t psyche the customer into buying against his or her will. Instead it takes you through a series of steps that we all take on a day-to-day basis when buying products or services to show you how your customers buy.
Copywriting for Non-Marketersby Robert Williger
We are all overwhelmed with so much information and so little time to take it all in. We need to communicate a clear message with a call to action in order to achieve results. Mark shares with you in Copy for Non-Marketers how you can use the techniques of professional copywriters, to improve your writing.
Learn to Read with Great Speedby Michal Stawicki
Are you too busy to read as much as you would like? This book is for you! Do you love to read? Do you want to read even more? This book is for you! In this book, you’ll discover how to read 50% more books than you did a year ago. You will learn how read more efficiently, retain more information, and most of all, you will enjoy reading more!
The Software Engineer’s Guide to Freelance Consultingby Zack Burt
The Software Engineer's Guide to Freelance Consulting will help teach you to be an effective freelance software consultant, which will enable you make more money, dedicate more time to hobbies, spend more time with your loved-ones and even discover new businesses.
Double your eCommerce Conversion with Facebook Adsby Kenn Costales
Double your eCommerce Conversion with Facebook Ads is an in-depth handbook that you need to finally get leads in your eCommerce Business. You’ll learn exactly how to get people to convert with Facebook Ads and give you the sales you’ve been dying for — with consistent results.
Mastering Freelanceby Anton Sten
Mastering Freelance is a guidebook for you if you’re thinking about starting this journey but are unsure about all of the bits and pieces that are necessary. The book covers things like finding your reason for freelancing (important), how to get your first clients (even more important), what to charge them (really really important).
A Software Development Guide for Non Profitsby Oscar Baruffa
Low Content Publishingby Amy Harrop
Would You Like to Publish Unique Books Fast Without Spending Hours or Dollars Writing or Outsourcing? That’s what Low Content Publishing: How To Publish and Profit ...With No Writing Needed is all about. Inside, Amy Harrop reveals how to create and sell a wide variety of books that require little to absolutely no writing.
Intercom on Starting Upby Intercom
Secret Sauceby Vin Clancy & Austen Allred
Secret Sauce is not just a marketing book; it's a tutorial. It's a step-by-step, hand-held guide to getting users, traffic, and revenue. It breaks down every channel in order, telling you exactly what you need to win. By the time you're done, you'll know exactly what you need to do to get users, customers, and revenue with little to no marketing budget.
How to Build the Futureby Vikram Rangnekar
Want to get started building your tech startup, take your current company into the future or gain a strong competitive advantage? The cloud is the rocket engine that can power that journey and help get your idea to escape velocity. This book teaches you how Silicon Valley does it and how you too can master their secret sauce.
There Independent Consulting Manualby Kai Davis
Whether you're just starting out as a freelancer, running a small agency, or even just using consulting to fund a SaaS business, the Independent Consulting Manual has what you need to know to build and grow a successful consulting business. A roundtable of expert authors, all of whom have built six-figure consultancies in the last five years, share the lessons they learned and what you need to know to succeed.
Save 20% With Promo Code “thepipe”!
Storytelling That Doesn’t Suck: How to Tell Your Business Storyby Katherine Crayon
Do you run an online business? How do you communicate with the audience and bring their attention to your business solutions? Do you present your business story through storytelling? What are the rules that business storytellers should follow? All this and much more is highlighted in the eBook.
Open Adviceby Lydia Pintscher
This book is the answer to "What would you have liked to know when you started contributing to free software projects?". The authors give insights into the many different talents it takes to make a successful software project, coding of course but also design, translation, marketing and other skills.
Conversation Tactics: How to Communicate Effectively Get People to like your ideasby SJ Baker
The Digital Nomad Survival Guide: How to Successfully Travel the World While Working Remotelyby Peter Knudson & Katherine Conaway
Do you dream of becoming a digital nomad - working remotely while traveling the world -but you’re not sure where or how to start? The Digital Nomad Survival Guide is for you. This book provides useful and specific knowledge about travel, housing, work, and socializing to help you set up and manage your new lifestyle as a digital nomad.
Master your product’s retentionby Amplitude
The ultimate guide to managing freelancersby Twine
Do you ever find find yourself staring at lists of freelancers, scratching your head and thinking, “Who do I hire? How do I ask them to create what I want? And how do I make sure they get it done?” This is the ultimate guide to managing freelancers to give you the inside scoop and break everything down, step-by-step to ensure you're picking the right freelancer and managing him or her most effectively.
Learn Enough Dev Environment to Be Dangerousby Michael Hartl, Lee Donahoe, & Nick Merwin
Designing Ecommerce Websitesby Matt Isherwood
Front-End Developer Handbook 2017by Cody Lindley
The Circular Design Guideby Ellen MacArthur Foundation and IDEO
The Viget Book of CMSby Viget
Choosing a content management system (CMS) is like choosing a house. You're going to spend a lot of time in it and you want it to serve your needs well. It takes time to do your research, and it's often a big decision. This is your guide to selecting the best content management system for your organization.
Bot Business 101: How to start, run & grow your Bot / AI businessby Ekim Kaya
In this book Ekim covers every aspect of the Bot business such as choosing the right distribution channel, the correct approach to a potential client, pricing your Bot, designing a solid conversation flow, discovery, increasing retention and many others.
Holiday Marketingby Alla Bogdan
Do you want your social media efforts to result in traffic, leads and conversions? Learn how holidays and holiday marketing can grow your follower/fan list and make them share your content like crazy. Launch your holiday-powered traffic generation machine!
D3 Tips and Tricks v3by Malcolm Maclean
The ultimate guide to growing your B2B startup from 0 to 1,000+ customersby Hiten Shah & Steli Efti
The Art of Data Scienceby Roger D. Peng and Elizabeth Matsui
This book describes the process of analyzing data. The authors have extensive experience both managing data analysts and conducting their own data analyses, and this book is a distillation of their experience in a format that is applicable to both practitioners and managers in data science.
Outreach Blueprintby Kai Davis
The Outreach Blueprint is a concise guide on getting started with your first Outreach Marketing campaign to get more clients through referrals, repeat business, or relationships. In The Outreach blueprint, you'll learn the specific steps to take to define your outreach marketing campaign, write your outreach emails, build your outreach prospect list, and get started. You'll get specific templates to copy, customize, and use for your outreach campaign.
Creating a Company Culture that Rocksby Miles Burke
Student Freelancing 101by Amber Leigh Turner
With over 200 pages worth of great content, this book is structured to take the starting student freelancer all the way through the process of becoming successfully self-employed. Starting with getting you acquainted with the fascinating world of freelancing and ending with how to make your business grow.
Design for Businessby Tubik
Designers are often people involved directly into business processes via their job. Knowing basics of this field makes a designer stronger and more productive in terms of the objectives set for particular projects. "Design for Business" offers a set of basic business terms defined and analyzed in the aspect of design.
Become Bad Ass At Sales Without Sounding Like A Doucheby Allan Branch
3 Billion Under 30by Jared Kleinert
Hollywood A-listers, professional athletes, entrepreneurs running companies worth hundreds of millions of dollars, social media influencers, and others have contributed to Jared's latest book. He wants to give you the motivation to “step up your game”, whether it’s in business or life in general, while providing the step-by-step advice and ideas you need to actually make the improvements you seek.
Take Control of Slack Basicsby Glenn Fleishman
Joltby Justin Jackson
The key to good marketing is stand out. You can't just imitate the same tired tactics everyone else is using. You need campaigns that are unique, interesting, and unexpected. Jolt is full of creative marketing ideas you can try on your next project. This book has ideas for software developers, startups designers, writers, artists, and small businesses. If you sell something online, it's for you.
The Nature of Codeby Daniel Schiffman
How can we capture the unpredictable evolutionary and emergent properties of nature in software? How can understanding the mathematical principles behind our physical world help us to create digital worlds? This book focuses on the programming strategies and techniques behind computer simulations of natural systems using Processing.
Ruby DSL Handbookby Jim Gay
Mastering Modern CSS Layoutsby Ohans Emmanuel
Have you ever struggled with table display hacks, or floats & their pain? If so, this book is for you. Imagine a future where you didnt have to do all that. CSS Flexbox and Grids are here to stay. They define the new standards and this book teaches how to built CSS layouts with these new standards.
Attack of the Customersby Paul Gillin
Attack of the Customers shows how social media can be used to destroy as well as to build. It provides actionable strategies to prepare for and prevent disaster from striking your company. And it shows you how creative engagement can turn critics into raving fans.
Intercom on Onboardingby Intercom
Intercom on Onboarding features nine chapters of the most valuable lessons we’ve learned onboarding tens of thousands of customers. Simple and straightforward advice on getting your customers to that “ah-ha!” moment, and making sure they never look back.
Better Brandingby Caroline Winegeart
REST Assured: A Pragmatic Approach to API Designby Adam Tuttle
Learn from Great Designby Tom Kenny
Intercom on jobs-to-be-doneby Intercom
People buy products and services to get a “job” done. The key to success is understanding the real job customers are using your product for. This book helps you look at the whole product picture from the point of view of your customers. For anybody looking for a powerful framework to guide your product building, this is it.
Errorsby Gerald M. Weinberg
CFHipsterRef: Low-Level Programming on iOS & Mac OSby Mattt Thompson
NSHipster: Obscure Topics in Cocoa & Swiftby Matt Thompson & Nate Cook
This book focuses on using Swift in iOS and OS X development and is an essential guide for those discovering the platform or making the leap from Objective-C. The new edition exposes and explains Cocoa's rich underlying frameworks while providing clear thoughtful examples that demonstrate the benefits of working in Swift.
Win Your Inner Battlesby Darius Foroux
Do you want to start a business? Stop losing sleep over a deadline? Live a fulfilling life? Everyone has goals and ambitions in life. But we often don't pursue our inner desires because of one thing: Fear and a lack of self-confidence. In Win Your Inner Battles, you'll learn the secret to winning your own inner battles and living on your own terms.
Pixel Perfect Precision Handbook 3by Gyppsy
This handbook covers the dos and don’ts of creating pixel perfect design for user interface designs. It covers topics ranging from general design principles including navigation, interaction, error handling, accessibility to best practices on handling retina images, working in Photoshop and much more.