A genuinely useful e-book for both newbies and diehard Facebook addicts.
Sasha, nineteen, has 465 friends on Facebook. Blake boasts 259 Facebook friends. There are both at University. They share three out of five law units and hang out at the university guild coffee shop and tavern. Blake sees Sasha at least five times a week if not more but they can rarely be found talking to each other. They are friends and they communicate about a dozen times a day - but mostly through Facebook.
Or picture this.
Kevin has just started his own carpet cleaning business. He has a few clients but hopes to increase his client base. Each day he spends at least two or more hours on the computer updating his social media pages and is pleased as punch to find that he is actually growing his business through Facebook.
Nellie is sixty three and has just been gifted a laptop for her birthday. Her grandson has taught her to use Google and set up a Facebook page for her. Nellie is over the moon. Not only can she find answers to everything under the sun, but she has actually connected with four of her friends from school she thought she had lost touch with for decades.
Facebook is very real phenomenon. Real people, real associations, in real time - connected through ether. It seems to have become more powerful than any physical connection today. Facebook is here to stay - at least until something better supersedes it.
Linda Le's book, A Facebook Guide for Small Business brings you the power of social networking. It is not just a guide - this book is a mighty tool. From the very basics of getting started on Facebook, to winning fans and using Facebook as a device for increasing your business visibility, Linda leads you step by step on a journey of discovering the real power of social media.
This book has been well thought out and put together. It is a very visual book, liberally sprinkled with diagrams, illustrations and graphs. Linda discusses and explains the intricacies of Facebook which the average user may not be aware of. It gives you tips about posting status updates, posting links, building fan pages and getting fans to engage with you.
This book is not only for small business' - it is for everybody who wants to know anything at all about Facebook. Well researched and presented, A Facebook Guide for Small Business is an eye opener for any business or organization wanting to expand their fan base, nurture their brand and gain visibility.
As a bonus, this book also gives snapshots of social media sites other than Facebook and samples of free web hosting sites and online selling portals. It is a timely book and one that is very useful for both the uninitiated and the social media addicts.
My recommendation, without hesitation is - pick up this book now. Its packed with useful information, user friendly and great value for money.
`Before jumping right into Facebook, have a think about why you want to do it? What is the goal of your Facebook fanpage? Is it to increase the visibility in the market? To sell your products as well as services? To purely educate people about a cause or an issue? Branding? Some, or a bit of the above?'
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