Inbound Marketing

  • by Brian Halligan, Dharmesh Shah
  • Narrated by Erik Synnestvetd
  • 5 hrs and 6 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

To connect with today's buyer, you need to stop pushing your message out and start pulling your customers in. The rules of marketing have changed, and the key to winning is to use this change to your advantage. If you've wondered how to get found in Google or why blogs and social media sites like Facebook and Twitter are important, Inbound Marketing is the audiobook for you.
HubSpot founders Brian Halligan and Dharmesh Shah give you the tools and strategies you need to improve your Google search rankings, build a blog to promote your business, grow and nurture a community on social media sites, and analyze which of your online marketing efforts are working. Stop wasting money blasting the world with marketing messages that nobody cares about. Instead, learn to get found with Inbound Marketing.


What the Critics Say

"If you've been looking for a trustworthy primer on getting found online, here's a great place to start. Buy one for your clueless colleague too." (Seth Godin)


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I have never written a negative review on Audible before. If I don't like a book, I just chalk it up to my failings as a listener or a matter of personal taste. But this book has motivated me to get off my proverbial derriere and warn you: Do NOT buy the audio version of this book!
I stress the "audio" bit because the book itself is excellent. One of the best and most comprehensive I've read on the subject, actually, and one well worth owning. On paper. Not only is there lots to absorb and think about, but it's content you'll likely want to return to time and again as you tweak your approach and strategy.
But the reader, oh boy. Maybe it's a mismatch of personality? The reader sounds lovely-- his diction is clear and he has a nice voice. But he also has this ridiculous fake upbeatness that makes me want to rip off his arm and reattach it orifice. It's a little like spending 5 hours and 6 mins with a used car salesman. I mean, you can practically SEE his smarmy smile and polyester tie. It brings to mind a sort of brightly painted, plastic happy. Okay for 30 seconds. Period.
I think this reader can do so much better. He needs to put some poison ivy in the underwear drawer of the person who advised him to always smile as he reads. He needs to slow down and think about what he's reading and emote accordingly. He's got the voice and the clean diction. He just needs to throw out some of those cookie cutter assumptions. Or something.
In conclusion, do yourself a favour: invest in the paper copy of this book. Better still, get it from the library and see if it's something that works for you. But don't buy this audiobook.
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- Cat Goddess

I am not that hard to please

I just want to start by saying, I'm a guy who's pretty good at finding the good in anything. In fact, I'm very rarely compelled to say anything at all If I've got nothing nice to say. With that, the good thing is that the information in this audio book is solid and truly useful. Here's the bad thing: It's practically unlistenable (yes, I made up a word for this) because of the narration. What is that pompous, condescending inflection in your voice sir? Stop that, or learn a new vocation, ok? I'm very interested in this information, and have tried 5 times to finish this audio book. I cannot.

Buy the book people, and have someone else read it to you.
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- John R

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-20-2009
  • Publisher: Gildan Media, LLC