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This is a very interesting hybrid of a book. It is about the human mind, how advertising works, how to get things to catch on. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mr. Jared C. Serra
This book starts out strong, but gets kinda lost along the way and has no finale. He does explain how FREE has always been part of marketing. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sam Rosenthal
The below reviews all give an accurate depiction on this excellent book on sales strategy.
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This is great book but I should have read it before. It is really recommended every companies in digital world.Published 7 months ago by Metin Arghan
Great book. Very insightful. It brings to light many of the ways in which astute entrepreneurs have leveraged free as a way to amass large audiences and open up ancillary (but... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Daniel E Ripoll
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|"Free" is not free||
What's funny about this thread is that the book _is_ free. hyperionbooks.com/free -- free audio version right there. I just downloaded the whole thing and listened to the Introduction. Even though it says "abridged" it was the same as the print version. And inside the book it says that... Read More
Jul 2, 2009 by John Hilton III | See all 12 posts
|Beware: Book contains plagiarism||
Seems to me there are two different issues:
1. Listing passages from Wikipedia without attribution (which Anderson admits should never have happened); and
2. Using Wikipedia, even with attribution, as a definitive source again and again. Anderson calls it "the greatest trove of... Read More
Jul 22, 2009 by Tough Cookie | See all 8 posts
|why is this selling for full price||
Actually the product (digital version) is available for free at the sony ebookstore. I imagine it it will shortly be the same price on the kindle soon as amazon seems to match all of sony's promotional deals on ebooks. If you don't have a sony reader you can still read it on your computer....
Jul 15, 2009 by J. Mabrey | See all 4 posts
|Why isn't "Free" available on Kindle???||
It will be available for the Kindle within the next week - for free! From the author's blog:
"Next up, in the coming week: free FREE on Kindle and other ebook readers, including the iPhone."
Jul 8, 2009 by Joshua Drescher | See all 7 posts