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Brian Carter is regarded as one of the elite Internet marketing experts in the world. He is the author of the book The Like Economy and co-author of Facebook Marketing (Third Edition). He has 13 years of experience, including Google, Twitter, and Facebook marketing, both as a consultant and marketing agency director.
Brian develops strategies and builds search and social media programs for companies of all sizes, including well-known entities such as Universal Studios, The U.S. Army, Hardee’s, and Carl’s Jr. He has been quoted and profiled by The Wall Street Journal, ABC News, Mashable, Forbes, Information Week, U.S. News & World Report, and Entrepreneur Magazine.
Brian writes for several of the most popular marketing blogs, including Search Engine Journal, AllFacebook, and Mashable (which boasts 20 million monthly readers). He has more than 50,000 online fans--and growing--and his content is viewed over 8 million times a month.
Brian is a professional speaker who delivers entertaining, motivational talks on Internet marketing and social media. He has presented to corporations and associations. Audience members include CEOs, business owners, and expert marketers. His hands-on business experience, cutting-edge insights, and background in improv and stand-up comedy culminate in a speaker and trainer who leaves every audience not only entertained, but armed with powerful strategies and tactics. He is a regular presenter for top marketing conferences such as SEOmoz, SMX, Pubcon, The AllFacebook Expo, Socialize, The South Carolina Society of Association Executives, and The American Marketing Association.
The author of this book, Brian Carter, is an Internet marketing expert. He begins by discussing the history of LinkedIn and its role in sales and marketing for your business. Read morePublished on May 16, 2013 by James Liston
I borrowed a copy of this book and thought it was pretty good. It was a nice primer on opportunties and tactics for LinkedIn. Read morePublished on May 15, 2013 by Read4Life
I am a lite-LinkedIn user, but I now have grand plans to push this baby to the max. I used LinkedIn in its infancy, but couldn't quite put it all together how to use it. Read morePublished on May 15, 2013 by Inittowinit
The book tells about the importance of using LinkedIn and different portions but doesn't really give you the how-to. I found LinkedIn marketing, An Hour A Day far superior.Published on March 14, 2013 by Ray D.