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Chris Brogan is a New York Times bestselling author and professional speaker, as well as president of Human Business Works. He has been involved with social networks since the bulletin board services of the 1980s and started blogging in 1998, when it was called journaling. Chris cofounded the international unconference experience, PodCamp, which teaches media making and its value to people all over the world. He keynotes at many major corporate events, as well as several technology and web culture events.
Pretty good, helps to explain this little piece of social media. Not extremely readable but helps clarify the subject if that's your interest.Published 5 months ago by Emma Robuck
This book can be summed up in one sentence. Provide useful content that others will share. DUH... Save your money.Published 12 months ago by Kunzodan
After the excellent Guy Kawasaki's What the plus! book, this book has lost some of its previous luster. However, the two are different books written for different audience. Read morePublished 16 months ago by H. Hardjono
This book provided "some" insight into Google Plus; but on the whole, I thought it was poorly written. It is ambiguous and vague. Read morePublished 21 months ago by John Bena III