Newest Publishing release: 'Upgrade to Free'
Published: Thursday, July 7, 2011
Updated: Thursday, July 7, 2011 10:07
MailChimp. Doodle. Jing. Mozy. Add about 300 more names and online tools to the mix, and you've got Upgrade to Free: The Best Free & Low-Cost Online Tools & Apps. TSTC Publishing's newest book offers an expansive array of useful computer tools for professionals and casual Internet users. The book includes applications and websites, tips for ease of use, and testimonials from successful users. With stories relating how the tools helped improve the author's own life, the book encompasses a seemingly unending amount of productive information.
Between organizational tools, multimedia and online efficiency, Upgrade to Free: The Best Free & Low-Cost Online Tools & Apps has something valuable for all computer users. Take advantage of the available tools to improve functionality and productivity since virtually every application is free or at least has a free trial version. Although many apps cost money to upgrade, trial versions usually provide enough service to forestall an upgrade.
Author Beth Ziesenis, a member of the American Society of Association Executives, began compiling lists of effective online tools as a hobby and as she received more requests, created a homepage at www.AskBethZ.com. After investigating hundreds of tools, Ziesenis shares only her favorites. This book is just the first edition of many to come. As new tools hit the market every day, it remains a constant effort to deliver the best tools to readers. From her home base in sunny San Diego, Calif., she runs Avenue Z Writing Solutions and produces the Life on Avenue Z blog.
Upgrade to Free combines all the best computer tools, along with supplemental websites and examples of how the tools can help with everyday situations. The book is available either as an ebook or hardback and retails for $9.99 and $14.95 respectively from all major retailers. To order the book, go to www.publishing.tstc.edu or to amazon.com.