- The Domino Project: Designed for organizations big and small, the ideas in The Domino Project will change things for the better.
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Easy read and yet, interesting and informative.
In the Meatball Sundae, he provides big-picture descriptions and examples of fourteen trends that are changing the business and marketing world.
The biggest problem with reviewing a Seth Godin book is that the review is usually more complex than the book itself.
Great review of how the new/evolving technology is changing the landscape of the modern business.Published 15 hours ago by stephen l Covert
Godin never fails to deliver. I must admit I've become a bit of a Godin addict, but it's well deserved. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Rob Cuesta
Bestselling author and marketing Seth Godin has a message for you and your company – adding New Marketing elements to your existing marketing scheme is liking putting whipped cream... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kurt A. Johnson
It's not really a well written book,but more than anything else it will teach you to think differently about marketing in today's social media scene as opposed to more traditional... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Brizdaz
Very good. But you don't need to know that if you've read any Godin.
I just finished and I feel a bit lost. Read more
Meatball Sundae is a great read! Godin is very persuasive, stating his arguments clearly and concisely, winning over anyone who reads the book. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Nancy Everett
As an internet marketer, I see a lot of Meatball Sundae businesses fail at using the new technologies, or New Marketing as Seth Godin calls it. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Wendell Chong
Despite the fact that it was published in 2007 I do strongly believe that Seth's book is still up to date and might come in handy for people living outside the States. Read morePublished on January 8, 2012 by FRANCESCO FERZINI
The idea of the book is OK. It could be resumed in just 20 pages. The author repeats and repeats the concept a lot. Read morePublished on November 20, 2011 by Iñaki