What I Learned from Twitter Marketing for Dummies
Twitter Marketing for Dummies is LOADED with practical how-tos that you can do in one sitting. Here is an example from the section titled: Asking How You Can Help Your Followers from the “Leveraging Your Twitter Tribe” Chapter:
One of THE Most Comprehensive How To Collections of Practical Twitter How-Tos
Kyle Lacy has truly thought of every detail for this book. I’ve seen dozens of “”Twitter Tips articles, but this is one of the most useful collections of tips and resources I’ve seen.
I think the reason that Twitter Marketing for Dummies is so complete is because Kyle Lacy is a real user. Kyle has been on the forefront of the social media trend. His blog has been featured on the Wall Street Journal’s web site and Read Write Web’s daily blog journal. He was also voted the top Generation Y marketing blog on the Internet by Viralogy.com, as well as ranked in the top 150 social media blogs in the world.
I’ve been following him for several years and the tips you’re getting from his book are based on real life experiences, successes and failures. The good news is that you get to benefit from all his hard work. This is another book you’ll never want far from reach.
Name: Ivana S. Taylor
About: Ivana Taylor is the publisher of DIYMarketers.com – an online marketing publication that provides marketing strategies that help entrepreneurs and business owners get and keep profitable customers. She is the DIY Marketing expert and book editor for Small Business Trends and a contributing author to AMEX Open Forum. Her strategic consulting firm, Third Force specializes in helping companies find their best customers and be the one they choose – regardless of price. Ivana is the co-author of Excel for Marketing Managers. You can find her on Twitter as @DIYMarketers.