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Nick teaches the basics and gives a great education on social platforms.
Although I haven't quite finished Nick Thacker's book I am finding it so straightforward and easy to read and understand.
The personality of the author comes through and he answers many questions in a way a nontech person can understand.
Great Title, confusing cover.The first part of this book threw me a curve. The second sentence begins,"When I starting envisioning". Read morePublished 1 month ago by Bob Covert
I am reaching for the goal of publishing online and this book is a friendly easy to read and understand guide. Read morePublished 17 months ago by loxystardust
Pretty good advise on how to get things going not only authors, but I think anyone with a small business might benefit. Read morePublished 23 months ago by NYM
Nick Thacker created a craftful concept here! The idea of having a home base online is one that can spur everyone from the newbie to the regular to reorientate their mindset. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Chihuahua Zero
This is both useful and current. Writers seeking a practical plan for setting up a blog to promote a book, or books, will find it very helpful. Read morePublished on September 4, 2012 by Candy
A great book for new authors, or those who aren't sure what it really means to have a home base.Published on September 2, 2012 by Sundi Jo Graham
Having studied this topic for several years, I can say that Thacker has hit pretty much all of the necessary topics to get someone started. Read morePublished on August 27, 2012 by Ripley Nox
As a new indie author, (Moon of the Hawk) I find his book incredibly helpful. Its no longer good enough to write a good story - you have to be a good marketer/promoter as well and... Read morePublished on August 26, 2012 by moonhawk
This book has no fluff in it. It first demonstrates why an author needs a website, and then gets right down to the details of the type of site to build, how to get it, and what to... Read morePublished on August 25, 2012 by Lane P. Lester