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Everyday Internet at Any Age: The easy guide to everything online

Todd Alexander

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Prose: non-fiction, Internet guides & online services, Internet searching, Email: consumer/user guides

An easy-to-follow guide to help you get the most out of the internet if you haven t used it before or would like to use it more effectively, by Australian online expert, Todd Alexander.

People aged 55 and up, who don t use the Internet each day in their work, often find it daunting to search for the information on the net, and often don t even know where to begin.

While Baby Boomers represent the fastest growing group of Internet adopters, little information is available to help them cut through the billions of websites to find those sites most applicable to their age group. This book has been written to empower these people. It offers information and advice from some of Australian s most experienced eCommerce professionals, and covers the main types of internet use.

Written in simple language, EVERYDAY INTERNET will unlock the Internet for everyone.

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Todd Alexander

Todd Alexander was born in Sydney in 1973 and has been writing for over 20 years. His work has been published in magazines and periodicals, and his first novel, PICTURES OF US, was published in 2006.

Todd's non-fiction titles include: HOW TO BUY AND SELL ON EBAY, HOW TO MAKE MONEY ON EBAY, WHY PAY RETAIL?, GET YOUR BUSINESS ONLINE... NOW!, EVERYDAY INTERNET AT ANY AGE, THE NEW EBAY and CHECK 100: TIPS FOR A SUCCESSFUL EBAY BUSINESS. In 2015 Todd returns to fiction, his first love, with the release of TOM HOUGHTON.

Todd has six years' experience as a bookseller and head office buyer and spent twelve years working at eBay. He lives in the Hunter Valley of New South Wales with his partner (and cat, pigs, chooks and ducks) where they run a boutique vineyard and accommodation business, Block Eight. A graduate of Macquarie University, Todd has degrees in Modern Literature and Law.

For more information about Todd visit his website (http://www.toddalexander.net.au/index.html) or follow him on Twitter (@Todd_Alexander).

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