Are You There Blog? It’s Me, Writer

Social media has changed everything about the way we communicate, yet sometimes it can all feel so overwhelming. Where do you start? Maybe you want to blog, but where do you begin? What do you say? How do you get anyone to care about what you have to say? “Are You There, Blog? It’s Me, Writer” is a compilation of social media expert Kristen Lamb’s best social media blogs and lessons, and some additional material only found here. This book is designed to be a laugh-out-loud journey to the heart of social media.

Many of us know we need a social media platform, but what exactly does that mean? Most of us would rather have brain surgery with a KFC spork than learn about computers and social marketing. Fortunately, “Are You There, Blog? It’s Me, Writer” is not your average social marketing book. This book will strip away all those fears and teach you how to make the most of Twitter, Facebook, and blogging and give you all you need to build a worldwide platform based on relationship and community. Kristen will show you how to manage time, be more productive, and maximize the top social media tools. The best part is you’ll be having so much fun, you will forget you’re supposed to be learning.

“It’s a new world out there for authors–a new paradigm of marketing, communication, and interaction–called social media. It’s the new digital Wild West. And while we’re all trying to reinvent the wheel, Kristen Lamb’s informative and illuminating book, ARE YOU THERE, BLOG? IT’S ME, WRITER is a brilliant roadmap through this new frontier. It literally changed my view of social media, my role in it, and my responsibility to my readers. If you’re an aspiring or established author, this is a must-read for all.”
–James Rollins, New York Times bestselling author of The Doomsday Key

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  1. Michelle says

    This book sounds great. Social media is such a big part of a company’s marketing and brand campaign. But I agree that it can be overwhelming. Especially a company run by ageing execs who shun the idea of social media all together, and then there are the very “new” execs who want to use social media the way it’s used in a personal capacity, which will eventually lead to damage.
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