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30 Days to Social Media Success: The 30 Day Results Guide to Making the Most of Twitter, Blogging, Linkedin, and Facebook

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Small business owners and solo professionals know they're supposed to use social media to increase sales, but how should they start? Using a unique Rule of 30 approach, 30 Days to Social Media Success is the perfect resource for busy people who want quick results. Thirty short chapters (one for each day of the month) are packed with real world tips and proven techniques yo ...more
Hardcover, 209 pages
Published January 1st 2010 by Career Press
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The book 30 Days to Social Media Success is a book filled with tips and advises on how to optimize the use of social media for your business. The book is in the format of thirty daily readings that end with a one-sentence summary of the chapter just read and a few different tasks to do to make your social media capabilities grow. The first few chapters give different suggestions on how to organize your customers or clients into different groups and put goals and objectives with them so that you ...more
Eugene Kok
I really found the chapter on finding your true voice important and also on creating the touch points. Because many people keep rotating their "voice" and this causes confusion. One moment is serious with dull language and the other moment with broken pidgin English could ruin a brand impression towards their social media. Also creating touch points, it's important to remember success does not happen over nights, and this other stress that success only happens when "the customer has reached the ...more
Mehron Moeni
I was presented with a book about social media and marketing, by a friend. This book was a perfect read for me, as I am interested in a social marketing job when I'm older. The book primarily focuses on what steps are necessary to take when building a social media marketing plan, and for what types of business to build a plan upon.
This book was easy to understand, which made it more appealing. Gail Martin, author, only put necessary information and the essentials into the book. That made it sim
It was a really insightful book.But nothing extraordinary.
It was ok. Had some good suggestions. A little heavy on marketing basics. Outdated (nothing on sites like tumblr., Pinterest, or Instagram).
great book and reference. not done but i'll finish it someday!
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Gail Z. Martin discovered her passion for science fiction, fantasy and ghost stories in elementary school. The first story she wroteat age fivewas about a vampire. Her favorite TV show as a preschooler was Dark Shadows. At age 14, she decided to become a writer. She enjoys attending science fiction/fantasy conventions, Renaissance fairs and living history sites. She is married and has three childr ...more
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