Social Equity – Social media strategy to dominate sites like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, WordPress, Tumblr, Pinterest, YouTube Google and more (Asset School)


Social equity isn’t just another book on social media. This book won’t teach you how to use social media websites. It teaches something far more important – how to build social equity. This will allow you to dominate sites like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, WordPress, Tumblr, Pinterest, YouTube Google Plus and many more. The social media pros don’t just use social media. They work hard and have a strategic approach to build their following. It is this ‘following’ that is your personal equity and provides you with an opportunity to be free from a traditional job (if you choose). Stop randomly using your platforms and begin to treat this like a business, having a strategically approach to achieving success.

Today’s economy has changed. People work harder and harder at day jobs that they hate. The school system has failed us by producing more highly educated graduates that are unable to find employment. Its time to face the facts, the economy has moved on, and now we have new rules to the game. This isn’t new news to many, yet millions still ignore this fact and refuse to take action. Don’t get left behind, learn to navigate this rough terrain and prosper in a new age of commerce.

Having social equity is becoming more relevant in todays society and as generation Y mature this will become even more paramount. Establish yourself as a leader today or risk becoming a follower in years to come. Metaphorically speaking, nobody has to work in the factory because today you can build an online factory yourself very cheaply. Social equity is exactly that, it’s a new type of equity that has economic value in today’s society. Combined with the opportunities of the Internet making a living from this has become easier than ever.

Traditional marketing has moved from a 3-minute commercial break into direct and personal aspects of our life. Understand what is happening and you can begin to build yourself a better financial future by taking advantage of these marketing opportunities. This book will provide you with a guide on how you can build social equity and why it is important to start today. It’s a tip book built comprised studying the experts.


This book will help you build a plan but it will take hard work and a strong desire to excel. It is split up into three parts:

Part 1 – Understanding social equity – This part discusses the importance of building social equity and why you need to take more consideration to marketing. The old tricks have changed, but the fundamental laws of becoming wealthy stay as true as ever.

Part 2 – Building the plan – Unsure where to begin? Part 2 lists 50 ideas to improve your social equity and provides a whole bunch of useful websites that can assist you.

Part 3 – Shaping the plan – Learning from the masters of online marking is important. Part 3 is a collection of interviews with three experts and their personal views on social equity. As well as eight other Internet personality’s that you could learn from.


Social equity is the 1st book in a series of books produced by the Asset School that teach people new skills for a more independent and prospers future. This book has a 19,300 words and should take you around two hours to read. It would also serve the purpose of a reference book to pick and choose ideas on how to increase your web traffic.

Be prepared to take full advantage of the greatest opportunity available this century. Join me on a journey to build social equity.

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3 Responses to Social Equity – Social media strategy to dominate sites like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, WordPress, Tumblr, Pinterest, YouTube Google and more (Asset School)

  1. This book crossed my path at the right time in my life. Having started a small business last year, I find myself ”stuck”, as I already spent enough in advertising with not much success. It brought some couple of ”likes” on my Facebook page, but these didn’t result in sales. I needed some tips to go over that obstacle.This book showed me the value of Social Equity. All those ”likes” on Facebook may one day go a long way…. It provided me also with a lot of references that I will have to check, for sure I will use some of them as I only have an online presence by my store, Facebook, and a bit Pinterest & Twitter.I have to personally thank the author for that eBook as I now have the tips and the tools I cruelly needed to increase my social equity to continue and make my store the one you want to go back to!I really recommend this eBook, especially if you are stuck somewhere with your social equity…. because it’s that factor that can bring you success in the short & long run.

  2. I stumbled onto this book while looking for books on Social Media and downloaded it because it was free. First let me say with all due respect to the author, the title of this book just doesn’t do it justice. If you’re looking for a book on how to navigate that dreadful technical mess that is Facebook, or how to set up a Twitter account then maybe this this book won’t be for you – there’s lots of other books for that (which will undoubtedly be obsolete this time next year)… but if you’re looking for timeless great ideas, inspiration and true education with actionable information that far transcends the value proposition made by the title of this book, then this is a must read! I think after today he plans to start charging $0.99 per copy for a Kindle download, let me just say – it’s a bargain at multiples of that price.I can tell you I was impressed! This author reminds me of myself in my younger days – ambitious, smart, creative, supportive, resourceful – all the things you want in am author and teacher. The most striking thing about this book is that where most authors want you to think they have it all figured out, Daniel makes it clear that he doesn’t have all the answers (in his words no one does and he’s right!), but what he DOES have is a resourceful enough mind to know where to go for them and that’s what this book is about. He offers ideas and suggestions in what I like to call a smorgasbord format, take what you want, what works for you and leave the rest for someone else.The concept of building equity whether tangible (financial, hard assets, etc.) or intangible (goodwill, giving back, etc.) is profound and powerful and this author gives it the respect and treatment it deserves.If this guy keeps this up he’s going places. I look forward to seeing more books by this author and wish him the best in his future endeavors.

  3. OK. I’ll fess up. I downloaded this book because Daniel interviewed me for it. But I have to tell you- it rocks long before you get to my minor contribution at the end.Social Equity covers so much more than social equity. I’m going to recommend everyone new to social media, or those who have been floundering within it download and read this book. In fact I am speaking to a crown of entrepreneurs in a few days and this will be one of their assignments!Truly, it’s a quick read and even I found a few things listed that I’d not thought of.This truly is a great first manual for Asset School-Download it. Read it. You’ll invest an hour of your life to maybe change the face of your social media presence and more importantly- your business success. Are you worth it?

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