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Thousands of people have discovered the secret to making money online by selling other people's products. By becoming an affiliate of any of thousands of online merchants, you can earn great commissions... all without having any product of your own!In this 30-page report, New York Times Best Selling author Joel Comm shares his techniques and strategies for generating passive income with Affiliate programs.From choosing products and placing ads to making sales and revealing the best affiliate networks, this guide is a great way for anyone to get started with affiliate marketing.Joel Comm has been building profitable web sites since 1995. His online shopping site, DealofDay.com, is one of the web's oldest and largest bargain hunting portals
Affiliate programs that offer high commissions are probably nothing new for you. The internet is full of that stuff. Well, not exactly full, but you can find them here and there. What you can't easily find is how to promote these high ticket affiliate programs.By building valuable web sites that help the consumer and give advice, you can actually make money with affiliate programs. But this is not something that is done over night. It can take several months of hard and dedicated work.And once you have build the web site, you need to get visitors. Sure, you can spend an arm and a leg on Pay Per Click and hope to make your money back. Won't take long and you're completely broke.In this eBook I am going to show you 14 high ticket affiliate programs. Each paying over $100 in commissions on a single conversion.For each high ticket affiliate program I am going to show you how to promote it.Some of these programs are best promoted using an email list - You will learn how to do it.Others are best promoted through news sites and press releases - You get the exact steps necessary to use this form of promotion and get thousands of targeted visitors per dayYou will learn how to determine whether an affiliate program should be promoted by building a small web site or blog. And then you'll learn how to do it.Often times the internet is not the best way to get traffic to an affiliate offer. You will learn about off-line methods that can bring targeted traffic for very little money.
Attention! This Book Will Make You Money: How to Use Attention-Getting Online Marketing to Increase Your Revenue
Drive Web traffic and take your business into the future In todays social Web marketplace, attention equals revenue. When you direct more attention online to your brand or business, you drive more long-term revenue. Regardless of who you are or how small your business is, you can have a huge impact using free Internet tools...provided you understand and correctly apply the latest techniques. Attention! gives you an educational and motivational guide to using social media to market your brand or business online. In three parts, you'll discover everything you need to know to get off the ground and thrive in the social mediasphere, including The tools, techniques and tricks to get attention online and turn that attention into profit The theory behind the importance of making your mark on the Internet How other businesses and individuals made money from online marketing Whether you're just starting your business, just moving it online, or already established and looking to take your business to the next level, Attention! is the key to success.
This is a transcript of a round table discussion about how affiliate marketing got started and how it has evolved with some of the people that have been in it since the beginning. Are they in the same place they were when they started? Where do they see the industry going? Throughout the discussion there are questions from people that were able to submit questions via a chat function.Panelists Todd Farmer, Todd Crawford, Connie Arnold, Scott Jangro and Brian Littleton have a lively discussion, history you probably don’t know, as they answer some burning questions about the beginnings of our awesome industry. Our industry is so young that we want to capture the thoughts about it’s growth from some of the leaders in the industry. No one currently in our industry wanted to grow up to be an affiliate or affiliate manager, the jobs didn’t exist. But now, there are many young people whose parents are in the industry and they kinda would like to do what Mom and/or Dad does.
Affiliate Site Marketing, Backlink Strategies & Long-Term Training (Supertargeting Affiliate Training Book 4)
The fourth volume in the Supertargeting Affiliate Training Series consists of the last 10 lessons (Lessons #22 - #31). These lessons cover Amazon affiliate site marketing, backlinking strategies, long-term site building, long-term site marketing, training resources and the conclusion of the training series.The following lessons can be found in this volume:Lesson #22 - Backlinking Strategy: Direct BacklinkingLesson #23 - Backlinking Strategy: Outgoing LinksLesson #24 - Backlinking Strategy: Direct & Indirect BacklinkingLesson #25 - Backlinking Strategy: Indirect BacklinkingLesson #26 - Buying BacklinksLesson #27 - Paid AdvertisingLesson #28 - Site-Wide BacklinksLesson #29 - Long-Term Amazon Affiliate Site BuildingLesson #30 - Long-Term Amazon Affiliate Site MarketingLesson #31 - Amazon Training Conclusion & ResourcesBe sure to take a look at the other three volumes available in this training course series.Supertargeting is not associated or endorsed by the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com. Amazon is a trademark of it's respective company.
The Delighted States; A Book of Novels, Romances, & Their Unknown Translators, Containing Ten Languages, Set on Four Continents, & Accompanied by Maps, Portrait
Having slept with a prostitute in Egypt, Gustave Flaubert begins his first novel, Madame Bovary, which influences the minor French novelist douard Dujardin, whose novel is read by James Joyce, whose own novel Ulysses will move the Italian novelist Italo Sveno, and later Gertrude Stein, in radical ways. This carousel of influence shows how we devour novels in translation, while often believing that style does not translate. But the history of the novel is the history of style. The Delighted States attempts to solve this conundrum while mapping an imaginary country, a country of readers: The Delighted States. As a companion, this book comes with a new translation into English of Vladimir Nabokov's 'Mademoiselle O.' Adam Thirlwell was born in 1978. His first novel, Politics, was translated into thirty languages. In 2003, he appeared on Grantas list of the best British novelists under forty. His second novel, The Misprint, will be published next year. He lives in London. Having slept with a prostitute in Egypt, a young French novelist named Gustave Flaubert at last abandons sentimentality and begins to write. He influences the obscure French writer douard Dujardin, who is read by James Joyce on the train to Trieste, where he will teach English to the Italian novelist Italo Svevo. Back in Paris, Joyce asks Svevo to deliver a suitcase containing notes for Ulysses, a novel that will be viscerated by the expat Gertrude Stein, whose first published story is based on one by Flaubert. This carousel of influence shows how translation and emigration lead to a new and true history of the novel. We devour novels in translation while believing that style does not translate. But the history of the novel is the history of style. The Delighted States attempts to solve this conundrum while mapping an imaginary country, a country of readers: the Delighted States. This book is a provocation, a box of tricks; it is also an intelligent and original work from a young writer and translator. Thirwell unravels the heredity of more than a dozen great works, showing what influenced literature that still influences today. 'The Delighted States shoves its delirious way around and through four centuries of great novelists, tumbles them down one trapdoor and hauls them out of another; it provokes as much as evokes . . . As he swirls together his international troupe of writers, along with a fine prodigality of portraits, anecdotes and quotations, Thirlwell argues and sometimes goads at a universal mutual connection and influence. That leads to the question of translation. Though he gives many examples of what is lost, he insists that even a mediocre translation will convey a writer's essence; his style, in other words. Style, he writes, citing Proust, is a matter of vision, not language . . . And then, as a reward to us and to pre-quirk Nabokov, he gives us his own translation of the short story 'Mademoiselle O,' first published in French in 1936, translated into English in 1943, then to Russian, then back to English . . . and revised continually by Nabokov, as if art were not simply long but alive and still growing. Thirlwell's version translates the unaltered original, and it is a treasure.'Richard Eder, The New York TimesOstensibly devoted to the problem of literary translation, this provocative treatise rambles through the Western canon from Cervantes to Bellow, treating novelists less as subjects than as characters in a sprawling intercontinental epic. Thirlwell revels in the anecdotal (Italo Svevo studied English with James Joyce) and the serendipitous (the French word dada was invented as an equivalent for hobby-horse, in Tristram Shandy); presents indexes whose entries include hamburgers and squiggles; and lauds digression as the best means of capturing the serious nothings of life. While acknowledging the difficulty of conveying the perpetual giggle of Akaky Akakievich Bashmachkins name in any language other than Gogols Russian, Thirlwell insists that translation is possible and, to that end, offers his own version of Nabokovs Mademoiselle O, evoking the storys trilingual origins in fittingly verdant prose.The New YorkerThat Mr. Thirlwell digresses from the standard university syllabus is another sign of his good sense: Overlooked worthies such as Witold Gombrowicz and Italo Svevo, who wrote mostly in obscurity, hear speak clearly, finally drawing level to their more recognized colleagues . . . The Delighted States truly raises questions that are vital to novelists and their readers; it will be hard for anyone with an interest in the subject to keep from defiling the margins with notes.The Wall Street JournalThirlwell has distilled the wisdom from what amounts to a lifetime of reading onto his pages . . . An expansive, unbound critic, Thirlwell makes a series of unexpected connections between writers of vastly divergent styles and eras.The Boston GlobeThirlwell serves up a gumbo of choice gossip, boyish contradictions, and delicious quotes. So what if these novelists often had to read one anothers novels in translation? The gist came through clear enough to be appropriated.John Leonard, Harpers MagazineHowever error-ridden and technically troubling a translation might bethe syntax clumsy, the vocabulary misleading, the dialogue woodentranslations have nonetheless managed, somehow, to convey their sources sufficiently for their originals survive, not to say thrive, far from home. That somehowa compelling mysteryis explored in a fine new book by British writer Adam Thirlwell . . . What is most unusual about Thirlwells bookin addition to the quality of his bookshelfs contents, for the writers he chooses to discuss are, as a group, as excellent as they are unfashionably canonicalis the lightness of his formal approach. Typically, treatises on translation, especially the better onesgiven all the talk of fidelity that the subject generateshave tended to the tendentious, while the worse onesgiven the inherent wonkiness that the subject entailstend to skew ponderous or pompous. Thirlwell manages to elude these expectations, while crafting a substantive and resolutely entertaining tour of the subject.Wyatt Mason, Sentences (Harpers Magazine)'A Thoughtful, and frequently hilarious, study of the nature of literary translation. It is also a work of art, a new form.'A.S. Byatt, Financial Times (UK) A scintillating figure-of-eight skate around, inter alia, Flaubert, Proust, Joyce, Kafka, Gombrowicz and Nabokov, on the theme of style and translation, a one-off like a novel with everything cut but the digressions, and an interesting fact on every page.Tom Stoppard, The GuardianA welcome engagement of unjustly marginalized issues . . . Entertaining to read all the way through, and this is no small virtue in an age in which most works of criticism are about as much fun as a visit to the proctologist.Robert Alter, The New RepublicThirlwell romps through European literature: Joyce, Gogol, Flaubert, Maupassant, Chekhov, Tolstoy, Hrabal, Kafka and others . . . The anecdotes he chooses are delightfully obscure. The photos and illustrations (squiggles and flourishes meant to show the irrational wanderings of the human mind) are playful and evocative . . . he has a good time, which is (ahem) always fun to watch.Susan Salter Reynolds, Los Angeles Times'At a time when literary criticism is getting the boot in print media, and factually challenged wags on countless book blogs seethe with score-settling enmity, 30-year-old Adam Thirlwell is a refreshing throwback to the thoughtful man of letters who hides is radical heard behind the worn lapels of a tweed jacket. Thirlwell's book The Delighted State
No Impact Man; The Adventures of a Guilty Liberal Who Attempts to Save the Planet, and the Discoveries He Makes About Himself and Our Way of Life in the Process
A guilty liberal finally snaps, swears off plastic, goes organic, becomes a bicycle nut, turns off his power, and generally becomes a tree-hugging lunatic who tries to save the polar bears and the rest of the planet from environmental catastrophe while dragging his baby daughter and Prada-wearing, Four Seasonsloving wife along for the ride. And thats just the beginning. Bill McKibben meets Bill Bryson in this seriously engaging look at one mans decision to put his money where his mouth is and go off the grid for one yearwhile still living in New York Cityto see if its possible to make no net impact on the environment. In other words, no trash, no toxins in the water, no elevators, no subway, no products in packaging, no air-conditioning, no television . . .What would it be like to try to live a no-impact lifestyle? Is it possible? Could it catch on? Is living this way more satisfying or less satisfying? Harder or easier? Is it worthwhile or senseless? Are we all doomed or can our culture reduce the barriers to sustainable living so it becomes as easy as falling off a log? These are the questions at the heart of this whole mad endeavor, via which Colin Beavan hopes to explain to the rest of us how we can realistically live a more eco-effective and by turns more content life in an age of inconvenient truths. Colin Beavan is the author of two previous books that have absolutely nothing to do with the environment: Fingerprints: The Murder Case That Launched Forensic Science and Operation Jedburgh: D-Day and Americas First Shadow War. His writing has appeared in Esquire, The Atlantic, and The New York Times, and he posts regularly at www.noimpactman.com. He lives in New York City. When the guilt about his high-impact lifestyle finally got to Colin Beavan, he swore off plastic, went organic, became a bicycle fanatic, turned off his power, and devoted himself to saving the polar bears and the rest of the planet from environmental catastrophe. The liberal New Yorker dragged his baby daughter and Prada-wearing, Four Seasonsloving wife along for the ride. And thats just the beginning. Bill McKibben meets Bill Bryson in this seriously engaging look at one mans decision to put his money where his mouth is and go off the grid for one yearwhile still living in New York Cityto see if its possible to make no net impact on the environment. In other words, no trash, no toxins in the water, no elevators, no subway, no products in packaging, no air-conditioning, no television . . . What would it be like to try to live a no-impact lifestyle? Is it possible? Could it catch on? Is living this way more satisfying or less satisfying? Harder or easier? Is it worthwhile or senseless? Are we all doomed or can our culture reduce the barriers to sustainable living so it becomes as easy as falling off a log? These are the questions at the heart of this whole mad endeavor, via which Colin Beavan hopes to explain to the rest of us how we can realistically live a more eco-effective and by turns more content life in an age of inconvenient truths. 'No Impact Man is a deeply honest and riveting account of the year in which Colin Beavan and his wife attempted to do what most of us would consider impossible. What might seem inconvenient to the point of absurdity instead teaches lessons that all of us need to learn. We as individuals can take action to address important social problems. One person can make a difference.'Marion Nestle, author of What to Eat Beavan pose[s] some serious questions: What can each of us do to improve the environment? How hard is it to change your lifestyle so that it's more sustainable over the long haul? To make a difference, do lifestyle changes have to be drastic? . . . In point of fact, a household can make changes that have a big planetary payoff without affecting the lifestyle at all . . . The plot line to this story is energy use and its connection to global warming.Katherine Salant, The Washington PostNo Impact Man is a deeply honest and riveting account of the year in which Colin Beavan and his wife attempted to do what most of us would consider impossible. What might seem inconvenient to the point of absurdity instead teaches lessons that all of us need to learn. We as individuals can take action to address important social problems. One person can make a difference.Marion Nestle, author of What to EatColin Beavan has the disarming and uniquely remedial ability to make you laugh while he's making you feel like a swine, and what's more, to make you not only want to, but to actually do something, about it.Norah Vincent, author of Voluntary MadnessThere's something of Thoreau in Colin Beavan's great projectbut a fully engaged, connected, and right-this-minute helpful version. It's a moment when we need to have as little impact in our own lives as possibleand as much impact in our political lives as we can possibly muster. Beavan shows how!Bill McKibben, author of Deep Economy'No Impact Man is a subversive book--not because it preaches a radical environmental agenda, but because it gives the secret to personal rebellion against the bitterness of a man's own compromises.'Arthur Brooks, author of Gross National Happiness 'The No Impact Experiment changed Colin Beavan and reading No Impact Man will change you.'Annie Leonard, creator of 'The Story of Stuff'From their first baby steps (no takeout) to their giant leap (no toilet paper), the Beavans experiment in ecological responsibility was a daunting escapade in going green . . . So fervent as to make Al Gore look like a profligate wastrel, Beavans commitment to the cause is, nonetheless, infectiously inspiring and uproariously entertaining.BooklistWith thorough research, Beavan updates his blog with convincing statistical evidence, while discovering new ways to reduce consumption and his familys environmental footprint . . . An inspiring, persuasive argument that individuals are not helpless in the battle against environmental degradation and global warming.Kirkus Reviews'Beavan captures his own shortcomings with candor and wit and offers surprising revelations . . . [Readers] will mull over his thought-provoking reflections and hopefully reconsider their own lifestyles.'Publishers Weekly
What do Tim Carter, Brian Clark, Joel Comm, Jim Kukral, Ted Murphy, Jeremy Schoemaker, and Mari Smith have in common? They all walk the walk when it comes to their Internet marketing expertise. And they also have joined a couple dozen innovators and thought shapers to share their ideas, advice, and insight. "Internet Marketing from the Real Experts" is a collection of affiliate, email, blogging, podcasting, video, search engine, and social network rock stars that break down the how and why of Internet marketing in a clear, easy to understand way. These are the people that do this stuff every day. Find out how they do what they do to achieve success with their online businesses. Their voices, their ideas, their action items, and their lessons learned from mistakes--all for you to grow your business the day you start reading "Internet Marketing from the Real Experts".
Affiliate Millions For more than a decade, the Internet has allowed people to make substantial amounts of money on both a full-time and part-time basis. Today, with even more online opportunities available than ever before, you can achieve a level of financial success that most people only dream about-and in Affiliate Millions, author Anthony Borelli will show you how. With the help of coauthor Greg Holden, Borelli will show you how to make thousands, and eventually tens of thousands, of dollars each month through the process of paid search marketing and affiliate advertising. Along the way, they'll also share the secrets to mastering this often-overlooked strategy and provide you with the tools and techniques needed to maximize your potential returns. Since making one million dollars through paid search marketing and affiliate advertising in his first full year of operations, Anthony Borelli has never looked back. Now, he wants to help you do the same. Filled with in-depth insights and practical advice, Affiliate Millions will introduce you to this profitable endeavor and show you how to make it work for you.
What is your Company's Online Reputation? If you want proof that business communication has changed forever, just type your company's name into a search engine like Google or Yahoo and behold its online reputation. The results are frequently jarring because instead of finding brand messages carefully crafted by those on your payroll, most executives find a mishmash of content created by those who aren't--new influencers who are using New Media technologies to share their thoughts about your products and services. If you want to learn how to monitor and manage your online reputation, if you'd like to know how to properly influence these new influencers, if you'd like to hire employees who are well equipped to work in our new online world, you need to Read This First. You will learn: *Why you can no longer control your brand and why you shouldn't try. *Low cost, low risk, step-by-step methods to bring New Media into your organization. *How to use free, web-based tools to increase employee productivity while enhancing your company's online reputation. *How New Media is the most measurable medium in the history of corporate communications. *Case studies of real companies, big and small, using Social Media.
Your Complete Guide to Creating and Maintaining Weblogs Weblogs offer an exciting new way to voice your opinions, share ideas with others, and help your business grow. Written by a team of weblog pioneers-the people who helped create Blogger and the MetaFilter community blog-this book shows you how to build, evolve and automate weblogs for personal and business use. We Blog begins with a complete overview of blog history, the different kinds of weblogs that exist today, and more. It further explains how to create, expand, and promote your own blog, from getting the most out of a variety of blogging tools and services to building a blog for business and expanding your audience through syndication. Packed with insider advice, practical exercises, and illuminating interviews, We Blog is your indispensable guide to the world of weblogs. Build Your Own Blog Today and Get Connected * Create your first blog in just a few minutes * Find out about team blogs and business blogs * Learn how to use six popular blogging tools * Make blogging even easier with an automated weblog system * Add a comment system to connect with your audience * Build your audience by promoting or syndicating your blog
A crash course on the most dynamic marketing platform today! Online marketing has evolved far beyond flashy websites and banner ads shouting at customers about your product. It's about using an array of Internet tools to build credibility and visibility, spread your message, and form meaningful customer relationships. The McGraw-Hill 36-Hour Course: Online Marketing puts you on the fast track to harnessing the power of the Web for your marketing goals. It begins with planning and building a website and then provides in-depth coverage of essential online marketing tools and techniques, such as: Content marketing and blogging Social media marketing Web analytics Search Engine Optimization (SEO ) E-mail marketing Online Public Relations Earn a Certificate of Achievement Through A Free Online Examination! The McGraw-Hill 36 Hour Course: Online Marketing spells it all out in easy-to-understand terms and actionable steps. You’re already on your way to Web marketing mastery!
A Practical Guide to Affiliate Marketing was written to be an indispensable handbook for all affiliate managers and merchants, alike. In addition to providing concrete, practical answers to common (as well as not-so-common) questions, the book gives usable ideas on promoting affiliate programs, along with ways to keep affiliates motivated. This guide presents the author's information in a logical, convenient format.
Creating a Winning E-Business, Second Edition illustrates the processes involved with planning, starting, and marketing a new e-business in today's environment. Four types of cases are used in this practical, entrepreneurial guide to provide a real-world approach, including a book-long running case study complimented by chapter specific real-world case studies that open and close each chapter. Additionally, case studies that feature both successful and unsuccessful ventures are found throughout the book enabling students to learn from the actions of others. A new chapter on Affiliation programs (such as Amazon.coms Associates program) is featured and all chapters are updated to reflect industry changes since the publication of the first edition.
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Praise for Visual Studio Tools for Office 2007 “Visual Studio Tools for Office has always been one of my favorite technologies to come out of Microsoft. There are millions of people who use Office applications all day, every day; with VSTO, you can create applications for them. Eric Carter and Eric Lippert helped create VSTO, so they know as much about it as anybody, making this book a must-have. After reading it, you’ll know everything needed to begin building solutions that take advantage of the .NET Framework features, in the UI your users are familiar with.” —Robert Green, senior consultant, MCW Technologies “With the application development community so focused on the Smart Client revolution, a book that covers VSTO from A to Z is both important and necessary. This book lives up to big expectations. It is thorough, has tons of example code, and covers Office programming in general terms—topics that can be foreign to the seasoned .NET developer who has focused on ASP.NET applications for years. Congratulations to Eric Lippert and Eric Carter for such a valuable work!” —Tim Huckaby, CEO, InterKnowlogy; Microsoft Regional Director “Eric Carter and Eric Lippert really get it. Professional programmers will love the rich power of Visual Studio and .NET, along with the ability to tap into Office programmability. This book walks you through programming Excel, Word, and Outlook solutions.” —Vernon W. Hui, test lead, Microsoft Corporation “This book is both a learning tool and a reference book, with a richness of tables containing object model objects and their properties, methods, and events. I would recommend it to anyone considering doing Office development using the .NET Framework; especially people interested in VSTO programming.” —Rufus Littlefield, software design engineer/tester, Microsoft Corporation “This book will help Office .NET Developers optimize their work. It goes beyond providing an introduction to VSTO and the object models of Word, Excel, and Outlook. The overview of other technologies available for interacting with Office assist in analyzing how to best approach any Office project. In addition, the authors’ insights into the design of this RAD tool make it possible to get the most out of VSTO applications.” —Cindy Meister, Microsoft MVP for VSTO, author of Word Programmierung, Das Handbuch “This book is an in-depth, expert, and definitive guide to programming using Visual Studio Tools for Office 2007. It is a must-have book for anyone doing Office development.” —Siew Moi Khor, programmer/writer, Microsoft Corporation “We don’t buy technical books for light reading, we buy them as a resource for developing a solution. This book is an excellent resource for someone getting started with Smart Client development. For example, it is common to hear a comment along the lines of, ‘It is easy to manipulate the Task Pane in Office 2007 using VSTO 2008,’ but until you see something like the example at the start of Chapter 14, it is hard to put ‘easy’ into perspective. “This is a thorough book that covers everything from calling Office applications from your application, to building applications that are Smart Documents. It allows the traditional Windows developer to really leverage the power of Office 2007.” —Bill Sheldon, principal engineer, InterKnowlogy; MVP “Eric Carter and Eric Lippert have been the driving force behind Office development and Visual Studio Tools for Office. The depth of their knowledge and understanding of VSTO and Office is evident in this book. Professional developers architecting enterprise solutions using VSTO 2008 and Office system 2007 now have a new weapon in their technical arsenal.” —Paul Stubbs, program manager, Microsoft Corporation “This book, also known as ‘The Bible of VSTO,’ has been rewritten for Office 2007 and I was delighted to read the sections on new VSTO features that were added in Visual Studio 2008. It explains how the VSTO team hid the plumbing and cumbersome coding tasks to allow you to be more productive and to just create excellent business applications. New or experienced in Office development, you will want to add this book to your library!” —Maarten van Stam, Microsoft MVP, Visual Developer, VSTO, http://blogs.officezealot.com/maarten “This book covers all of the ins and outs of programming with Visual Studio Tools for Office in a clear and concise way. Given the authors’ exhaustive experiences with this subject, you can’t get a more authoritative description of VSTO than this book!” —Paul Vick, principal architect, Microsoft Corporation Visual Studio Tools for Office 2007: VSTO for Excel, Word, and Outlook is the definitive book on VSTO 2008 programming, written by the inventors of the technology. VSTO is a set of tools that allows professional developers to use the full power of Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 and the .NET Framework to program against Microsoft Office 2007. This book delivers in one place all the information you need to succeed using VSTO to program against Word 2007, Excel 2007, and Outlook 2007, and provides the necessary background to customize Visio 2007, Publisher 2007, and PowerPoint 2007. It introduces the Office 2007 object models, covers the most commonly used objects in those object models, and will help you avoid the pitfalls caused by the COM origins of the Office object models. Developers who wish to program against Office 2003 should consult Carter and Lippert’s previous book, Visual Studio Tools for Office. In VSTO 2008, you can build add-ins for all the major Office 2007 applications, build application-level custom task panes, customize the new Office Ribbon, modify Outlook’s user interface using Form Regions, and easily deploy everything you build using ClickOnce. Carter and Lippert cover their subject matter with deft insight into the needs of .NET developers learning VSTO, based on the deep knowledge that comes from the authors’ unique perspective of living and breathing VSTO for the past six years. This book Explains the architecture of Microsoft Office programming and introduces the object models Covers the main ways Office applications are customized and extended Explores