Will Roney

Posts Tagged ‘social media’

Book Review – Recommended by Andy Lopata

In Non-Fiction Writing on October 11, 2012 at 15:27

It seems that in a world of Facebook & Twitter, Foursquare and LinkedIn, that social media is a cure-all for modern communication. After all, think of the number of connections that you can make in a single afternoon via a single tweet or status update. However the important thing is not the mode of communication, but the message. Read the rest of this entry »


Book Review – Social Media MBA by Christer Holloman

In Non-Fiction Writing on September 11, 2012 at 10:35

The Social Media MBA: Your Competitive Edge in Social Media Strategy Development and Delivery

We all know social media, right? We can converse in Twitter, plan in Facebook and eat in Foursquare. But what if we didn’t know the difference between our LinkedIn and our Tumblr? What happens when we Stumbleupon when we should be using Delicious? Read the rest of this entry »

Book Review – Becoming THE Expert by John W Hayes

In Non-Fiction Writing on August 5, 2012 at 15:45

Becoming THE Expert: Enhancing Your Business Reputation through Thought Leadership Marketing

In a knowledge based economy, the internet provides a quasi-level playing field for all of us to develop our skills and experience. The opportunities available for all of us to become experts in our particular fields are limited only by our ability and confidence. But all of this opportunity means that it is possible to follow those who do not understand, but can present themselves well. Those get found out eventually, but only after a lot of time and effort has been expended in the process. Read the rest of this entry »

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? Read the rest of this entry »