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

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 you can use right away.

This book makes it easy to tap into the power of today’s hottest social media sites to:

  • Get global impact out of press releases, articles, blog posts, and book reviews.
  • Increase your personal and corporate visibility as the go-to expert in your industry.
  • Build relationships with clients and connect with ideal prospects.
  • Network around the world and around the clock with people who need what you have to offer.

    Wondering how to use social media? Looking for a way to attract new clients without spending a fortune? 30 Days to Social Media Success is for you.

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

    1. Jason L. Mcdonald

      Idea Book for Marketing, and also for Social Media Marketing Gail Martin has written a pretty nifty book of ideas. She starts with your marketing goals, and won my heart when she pointed out how important it is to IDENTIFY your marketing goals. So, before she even gets into Social Media Marketing, she points out the important of MARKETING in and of itself.That’s a welcome relief from many books that give you so much technology and so little thought-provoking, ideas. That said, her best chapter is the chapter on Twitter, which has both ideas about how and what to Tweet plus some great web links to really some very cool tools for Twitter. She also discusses Facebook vs. LinkedIn, and I got a kick out of her jokes about what sort of “friends” really are on Facebook. She nails the distinction between the two sorts of friendship – Facebook friendships vs. LinkedIn friendships.Unfortunately, besides the chapter on Twitter, the book is weak on actual web resources and places to go to learn about social media. That’s a pity because I think she knows more about the details than she lets on in this book. A fun, provocative, inexpensive read… So it will stay more on my beach reading list than my reference shelf, but still stay it will.I teach Social Media marketing and SEO and you can find me (I love to hear comments about books, as I try to read and review as many as I can) through my profile or just Google Jason McDonald and SEO. Enjoy the book.

    2. Elinor Stutz "Smooth Sale"

      Social Media Success for You Whether you are a novice or experienced with social media, you will find Gail Z Martin’s book a highly useful tool for increasing your business exposure. Although experienced with the social media sites, I found myself eagerly highlighting the online marketing strategies laid out. The information is written in a logical order and easy to understand for implementation. 30 Days to Social Media Success is a very important read for those serious about building their business.

    3. Akweli Parker "avid reader"

      Social Media Smorgasbord With so many social media titles clogging bookstore shelves these days, it’s hard to know which will be worth your while, and which you can skip.As someone who’s read many of them, as well as been steeped in social media marketing seminars and webinars (both as a teacher and student), I can say that Gail Z. Martin’s book will reward your time and effort put in to read it and implement it.For experienced marketers/business owners, the book may seem to take awhile getting up to speed. Old and basic marketing concepts such as performing a SWOT (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats) analysis, defining your unique value, and telling your authentic story take up nearly the entire first half of the book — and I found myself skimming impatiently through it to get to the “good stuff.” For those with less of a business orientation, however, I could see how reading about these fundamentals could be useful.Deeper into the book, Martin delivers when she outlines how to apply traditional marketing principles to some of the newer online tools out there. Just a few of the gems of advice from the book:* Invite 30 people per day to join you on social networks* Jump on breaking news stories — early — to blog your way to upper search engine rankings* Create themed series for your YouTube channelsFor tactics and tricks specific to individual social networks, you might want to grab a book that zeroes in on each one. But “30 Days to Social Media Success” provides a great overview of the disciplined mindset (as well as actionable steps) necessary to succeed using the social web.

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