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Review: Never Eat Alone by Keith Ferrazzi

Never Eat Alone book review

There are two Stoney deGeyters. The first is the one you see at networking events and try to make small talk with. He’s awkward. The other is the guy you’ve known for a while and can have all kinds of conversations with ranging from time travel theory to the business applications of time travel. (And some other stuff too, I suppose.) The only thing awkward about him is his lack of filter when he talks. The book Never Eat Alone attempts to teach the first guy how to be the second guy. All the time.

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Review: UnMarketing by Scott Stratten and Alison Kramer

Unmarketing book review

If UnMarketing could be summarized in a single word it would be: be authentic. Okay, that’s two words, but those two words are at the heart of what unmarketing is. Where we often look for ways to reach our audience and make a connection, Scott explores how we can do that not by following a specific formula, but simply by creating genuine engagement with our audience.

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Review: Meaningful by Bernadette Jiwa

Meaningful by Bernadette Jiwa Review

How to write isn’t always about constructing words in the right way. It’s not always about empathizing with the customer’s needs, selling the benefits over the features or even providing the right messaging. Sometimes writing for your customers comes down to telling a story. Meaningful is the book about that story and how to tell it.

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Review: The Art of Social Media by Guy Kawasaki and Peg Fitzpatrick

The Art of Social Media Review

As social media becomes an increasingly ingrained part of our daily lives and the lives of our customers, businesses need to not just embrace social media to promote their businesses, but they need to become a social media culture. It’s less about using social media than it is living and breathing it within your organization. The Art of Social Media delivers a three-step process to becoming a social media power user  that serves both your audience and your business.

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Book Review: Content Chemistry by Andy Crestodina


Content Chemistry Review

The cover of Content Chemistry tells you it’s an “illustrated handbook” for content marketing. I was skeptical at first, but it didn’t take me long to appreciate the value of illustrating how content marketing and strategy works. If you’re looking for a book that shows–not just tells–you how to engage in effective content marketing, this is the one to get!

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