It’s common practice to cite a highly reputable source, such as a book or author, when building your brand’s credibility. We frequently call on expert and academic Don Norman when making the case for putting usability ahead of decoration. Problem is, this type of content requires your audience to link to another site.
Google Preview Wizard is free, and it takes seconds to generate the necessary HTML code (we know because we timed it). To get started, locate the International Standard Book Number (ISBN) associated with the publication – this is a 10 or 13 digit number found above the barcode on the book, itself. Plug the ISBN into Google Preview Wizard, specify whether you want your preview window embedded in your site, as a pop-up, or a link to another page. Google spits out the code; all you have to do is copy and paste in your webpage’s HTML, and you are done. Check out the preview we created below:
If you’re looking for an easy way to highlight specific book content on your site, Google Preview Wizard is just the ticket. Besides, who couldn’t use some “words of wisdom” to help bolster their product or service?