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I first got interested in computers because they had an Escape key. How bad could they be? Soon after, I left my corporate job and launched Computer Clarity in 1996, a consulting practice where I share my philosophy of learning and enthusiasm for technology with over 250 clients.
I wrote "Computer Ease" to bridge the gap between people and computers. I've also published over 100 articles on business and technology topics nationwide. I'm a national speaker at conferences on technology, writing and publishing, and a prolific blogger.
Please note that "Social Media Handbook" is obsolete, and has been replaced by "Blog Power & Social Media Handbook" and you know why you need that! My earlier book: "Release Your Writing: Book Publishing Your Way," sustains and educates people making the transition from Writer to Author!
Oh, and I've won a few shiny awards for my writing and community involvement. Learn more at cclarity.com and releaseyourwriting.com
I'm the first to admit that I've come late to the social media party but I don't to have to wade through chapters and chapters of info just to figure out what I *need* to know about blogging, Facebook, and Twitter. Gallagher's book is simple, straightforward, and practical, and helped me write more effective blog posts, and more re-Tweetable content on Twitter. Today everyone in business needs to know how to use social media effectively (even if you don't really care about it) and this book spells it out even for techno-phobes. I'll be relying on her easy-to-read and easy-to-implement advice in the future.
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