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It is a short book. It is a good overview of social media strategy. Not much detail on any of the platforms. Also wasted the first part of the booking discussing general SEO.
Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?
Honestly you have to be pretty new to Social media and have not read a handful of articles about Social Media presence to feel that things in this book are new. With that said, I feel that the contents of this book can easily be pulled from a few online articles. No dramatic findings here, in my opinion.
The narrator is also quite, robotic. It's a boring listen honestly. Not much emotion.
What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?
Most interesting was learning about the website where you can hire freelancers for $5 an hour.
Least interesting. LinkedIn section really let me down; Not as much content or tips as I'd hope. Again , I was hoping this was geared to individuals, but most things for business aspects are transferable. Even with this outlook, still lacking content & tips.
Would you listen to another book narrated by Martin James?
The narrator is quite, robotic. Not much emotion.
Could you see Social Media being made into a movie or a TV series? Who should the stars be?
Certainly not. Not this content.
Any additional comments?
Stick to a few online articles about: Social Media Marketing Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, and LinkedIn
Its likely i was expecting something more however I was expecting more indepth analysis of what would and wouldn't work. And WHY they wouldn't work. Explnations of how to properly dominate as a business. Instead really, this felt like more of a 'crash course'. It didn't seem to reveal anything special or unique that one wouldn't learn by simply googling. I'd only recommend this book if you were an ABSOLUTE BEGINNER! (i.e, you never even used a social media platform). If you're mildly social media savvy, a lot of its value is lost on you, you'd be better off just Googling and using articles you find on the web.
this is like having a full social media training course, its loaded and informative. I will recommend it to anyone in my field-digital marketers