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Social networking Definitions provided by author Starr Hall in Get Connected The Social Networking Toolkit for Business Book Review 3 Linda Randall
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chapters 7, 8, 9 talks about proper netiquette, how to be efficient with your social networking and reviews of social networking sites.
Starr Hall tells you all the pros and cons of each site, what it’s target demographic sales and marketing strengths and weaknesses are and how many people are currently using the sites at the time this book was published (2005, 2006 statistics are provided)
Knowledge is power and where to blog and connect to the proper social networking tools can make or break a business opportunist.
Starr has many skills listed in this book from what each search engine can and will do for your business and how it can build your client base.
facebook, twitter, linkedin, social news sites, youtube, stumbleupon, blogging and commenting, other social sites, social networking clients, automated set up, common mistakes we do, myspace, hi5, bebo, friendster, xanga, tagged, blitz time, plaxo, xing, zoominfo, spoke, digg, delicious, meetup, craigslist, forum site reviews, business directory site reviews, yelp, citysearch, photo and video sharing site reviews, flickr and more.
A wealth of information covering asia, australia, europe, north and south american business clients and ideas on what networks you want to use for different ages of people from teens to mature adults, retired people, giving age demographics and who will most be persuaded to view your blog or product in each group of ideas.
This book is something to really dig your heels into and learn from.
I finished reading it a few days ago and now I’m looking at a book about publishing and formatting manuscripts.