- File Size: 132 KB
- Print Length: 40 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: April 23, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B007X4P1ZK
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #571,506 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Relationship Marketing For Bloggers Kindle Edition
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I'm also the author of The Art of Being Unmistakable and the Small Army Strategy, and I recently signed a 2 book deal with Penguin Portfolio
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Top Customer Reviews
I know the author from BlogcastFM, which is a popular podcasting site about successful bloggers and online entrepreneurs.
Judging from those interviews and Mr. Rao's vast connections, he's more than credible to write a book about building relationships online.
Now, let's talk about the book.
The writing style is casual and straight to the point - don't expect a scientific Shakespeare in this one. Personally - I like this style because
most of the how-to books out there are full of fillers and stiff language.
Nothing in this guide is revolutionary either, but you get a lot of practical advice that you can act on STRAIGHT AWAY.
Since I'm a practical person who loves actionable advice, this really turned me on.
Get this book, if you want to:
expand your influence online
make kick-ass connections
promote yourself/and your brand online
In short: It's a rock-solid infotaining networking know-how guide that's both useful and fun to read.
Then I would get the writing and wanting-to-join-the-conversation bug again, and I would jump in feet first. Ultimately, I would end up, frustrated, in the same spot.
I had gotten advice like "Comment on other blogs!", and "Read other people's blogs!", but never have I seen or read a guide like this one that lays out a real, actionable plan for bloggers.
This book is a treasure chest of information, and I still can't believe I got it for only 99 cents! There are examples, historical background from Srini's experience, lessons learned, and most importantly, steps you can actually follow to get results.
I look forward to implementing the plan Srini has laid out in this book, and mostly, I hope I can pay it forward the way he teaches us to by following in his example.
In his unique brand of conversational writing, Srini steps you through multiple steps that you can take NOW to create relationships that will be beneficial to your business. Each action step is accompanied with 1) a case study where he explains how he used that information and the results he obtained and 2) a worksheet to help you follow-up on the actions he suggests.
This short read is packed with actions you can take NOW to build your relationships and bring your business to a new level.
Highly recommended for the blogger, entrepreneur and anyone else who is trying to build concrete relationships in the digital world.
Two thumbs way up!
To date, I have read:
"The Small Army Strategy"
"Web Traffic & Content Strategies"
"Blog to Book Deal: How They Did It"
And now, this one: "Relationship Marketing For Bloggers".
There is little point in my repeating what other 5 star reviewers have written. I'm in agreement with their comments - you should read them!
More than just a fluff piece with fancy words, this book breaks down all of the tools, mindsets, and action steps that you need to follow to quickly build a valuable network online.
Worth every penny - this is a must read!
Thank you because this help with my strategy plan to increase my online presence.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
I like the ideas on how to connect with other bloggers and which bloggers to select. The book is very thoughtful and takes a somewhat different approach to growing your audience.Published 21 months ago by L. Press
I loved it. it had confirmed for me the importance of building relationships with other bloggers but also the exact way to do it. It's a sort easy read which makes it even better. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Bryan
This needed a proofreader, but concise and smart info for bloggers and so try to ignore the typos and missing words and hone in on the clever action tips.Published 23 months ago by Shari Stauch
This book is full of actionable ideas and suggestions on how to increase your social presence online. Read morePublished on December 11, 2013 by Addie K. Martin
I'm sure this is a good book but not sure why I got it. I don't have a blog so didn't read.Published on October 17, 2013 by Carla Schroeder
Love Srini's podcast, here he gives tips on engaging and building a community. It's a quick but fun read. Read morePublished on January 10, 2013 by Joe Cassandra
Great resource. I have followed srinivas and blogcastfm.com from the beginning. Easy to read and easy to follow instructions. A+ resource.Published on December 30, 2012 by kenneth smith
I've followed Srini on BlogcastFM and his personal blog, The Skool of Life, for well over a year now and this book is yet another reason why I just love what he's doing. Read morePublished on September 30, 2012 by alyxfalkner
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