Will Roney

Book Review – 365 Social Media Tips by Karen James

In Non-Fiction Writing on March 18, 2012 at 20:51

365 Social Media Tips: A year of ideas for marketing your business via LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and more!

How well do you understand new media, and the tools for getting your message out to the masses? Of course there’s Facebook, Twitter and maybe even LinkedIn if you’re being a little professional about it. But are you managing to harness these websites properly, and is there anything that you can do to make the situation better?

“365 Social Media Tips” is a book for you then. There is none of this fleeting glimpse of a Media website tool before hurriedly moving onto the next one. This is a book that concentrates on 10 or so main social sites and takes a deeper look. All of the main networks are covered, each containing a number of good ideas on how to extract the most value out of your chosen media site.

Yes, the main social media sites such as Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn are in this book, but so are sites not necessarily considered as social media sites such as YouTube and Slideshare. Social media is about connectivity, not necessarily the mechanism by which you communicate. However, the world is big and it gets a little difficult shouting down a tube, hence the need for social media to get your conversations started.

There is also room for blogging and Twitter client, Hootsuite, all getting an indeterminate number of specific tips for the user to get the most out of it. All in all there are 365 tips for you to consider, one for each day of the year, though I am sure that there are other tips for the odd leap year that you come across. If you want to make the most of social media, then there is no better ebook than this to get your teeth into.

Have you enjoyed this review? If you have, take a look around the site. You can also buy the book HERE.


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