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September 11, 2008

Social Media 101

Filed under: BRANDS,Marketing,Social Media — Tony @ 8:29 pm
Social media essentials

Social media 101

Social Media is huge and becoming huger. ( is that a word ???  M where are u ??)  Anyhow my clients are tripping over themselves because marketing carpet bombing and push marketing is on its knees.  Go figure after treating everyone as a group we are now getting personal. Its real and now we as marketers have to get real. We have to engage and talk. To guide you on your  path here is a grab bag of some great free booklets on social media  that  Chris Brogan a ten year veteran of using social media has brought together. Thanks Chris. Great work

In his blog Chris writes:

“It’s interesting what you can find when you look around a bit on Google. I thought I’d look for a few new ebooks to read. I found 20 different ones that might be interesting to you. It never hurts to get a few different perspectives. In all cases, the first link is to a PDF file, the second link is to the site where it’s hosted.

20 Free eBooks About Social Media

  1. The New Rules of Viral MarketingDavid Meerman Scott
  2. Marketing AppleMarketingApple.com
  3. Masters of MarketingStartup Internet Marketing
  4. Podcast Marketing eBookChristopher S. Penn
  5. Google Adwords SecretsSEOBook
  6. Get Viral Get VisitorsStacie Mahoe
  7. Marketing With Case StudiesDynamic Copywriting
  8. How to Write a Marketing PlanGeisheker Group
  9. SEO for WordPress blogsBlizzard Internet
  10. Social Web AnalyticsSocial Web Analytics
  11. Geeks Guide to Promoting Yourself With TwitterGeekpreneur
  12. The Zen of BloggingHunter Nutall
  13. What is Social MediaiCrossing
  14. A Primer in Social MediaSmashLab
  15. Effective Internet PresenceEffective Internet Presence
  16. Introduction to Good UsabilityPeter Pixel
  17. Increasing the Response to Your Email Marketing ProgramCRM Transformation
  18. We Have a Website. Now What?Craig Rentmeester
  19. Blogs & Social MediaPRSA
  20. The Podcast Customer RevealedEdison Media Research
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