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What Happens in Vegas Stays on YouTube: PRIVACY is DEAD. The NEW rules for business, personal, and family reputation. Kindle Edition

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Often called a Digital Dale Carnegie, Erik Qualman is the author of Socialnomics: How social media transforms the way we live and do business. Socialnomics made Amazon's #1 Best Selling List for the US, Japan, UK, Canada, Portugal, Italy, China, Korea and Germany. His book Digital Leader propelled him to be voted the 2nd Most Likeable Author in the World behind Harry Potter's J.K. Rowling. His work has been featured on 60 Minutes to the Wall Street Journal and used by the National Guard to NASA. He recently gave the commencement address at the University of Texas and has spoken in 42 countries for the likes of Coach, Sony, IBM, Facebook, Starbucks, Chase, M&M/Mars, Cartier, Montblanc, TEDx, Polo, UGG, Nokia, Google, and many more. Socialnomics was a finalist for the Book of the Year. Qualman wrote and produced the world's most watched social media video Social Media Revolution. In his past, Qualman was Academic All-Big Ten in basketball at Michigan State University and in 2011 Erik was honored as the Michigan State University Alum of the Year. He also has an MBA from the McCombs School of Business.

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  • File Size: 2119 KB
  • Print Length: 194 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0991183509
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Equalman Studios (January 1, 2014)
  • Publication Date: January 1, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00HATCOCG
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Called a Digital Dale Carnegie, Erik Qualman is the author of Socialnomics: How social media transforms the way we live and do business and Digital Leader: The 5 Keys to Success & Influence. Socialnomics made Amazon's #1 Best Selling List for the US, Japan, UK, Canada, Portugal, Italy, China, Korea and Germany. His new book Digital Leader launched in 2012 has experienced similar success.

Socialnomics was a finalist for the "2010 Book of the Year" awarded by the American Marketing Association. Qualman produced "Social Media Revolution" the most watched social media video series in the world and it has been used by NASA to the National Guard. Fast Company Magazine listed him as a Top 100 Digital Influencer.

Qualman is a frequently requested International speaker and has been highlighted in numerous media outlets including: 60 Minutes, The New York Times, WSJ, Mashable, USA Today, ABC News, Financial Times, Forbes, Fortune, CBS News, and The Huffington Post. He has been fortunate to share the stage with Julie Andrews, Al Gore, Tony Hawk, Sarah Palin, Jose Socrates (Prime Minister of Portugal), Alan Mulally (Ford CEO), James Carville & Mary Matalin, Lee Scott (Chairman Walmart), and many others.

Qualman is an MBA Professor at the Hult International Business School. For the past 18 years Qualman has helped grow the digital capabilities of many companies including Cadillac, EarthLink, EF Education, Yahoo, Travelzoo and AT&T. He is the founder and owner of socialnomics.com which PC Magazine ranked as a Top 10 Social Media Blog. He sits on the Advisory Boards of Manumatix, ShopVisible and Bazaarvoice Inc. Qualman holds a BA from Michigan State University and an MBA from The University of Texas.

He was Academic All-Big Ten in basketball at Michigan State University and still finds time to follow his beloved Spartans while living in Boston with his wife and daughter. In 2011 Erik was honored as the Michigan State Alum of the Year and in 2012 he was selected as one of the Top 50 Professors in the world.

Qualman has recently advised/given keynotes with the following: Coach, IBM, Facebook, UGG Australia, Starbucks, M&M/Mars, Cartier, Raytheon, Montblanc, TEDx, Polo, UGG, Nokia, Google, and more. Qualman gave the commencement address to the 2011 graduating class of McCombs Business School (University of Texas).


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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Paige Walwyn on January 11, 2014
Format: Paperback
I decided to read Erik Qualman's book "What Happens in Vegas Stays on Youtube" on a plane ride back from San Fransisco and with one semester left until college graduation I cannot explain the impact Erik Qualman’s book had on my perspective towards social media. In 187 pages Qualman It has always been clear to me that social media is taking over our lives and if changing not only the way that we think but also the way that we live and Qualman seamlessly uses statistics as well as real life examples to clearly explain the phenomenon. Qualman’s book is engaging as well as informative and really connects with a broad range of people.

Just in the first chapter titled The New Rules of Reputation, Qualman gives readers 36 social media tips that are so relevant they will shock you. It was tips #4(100% LinkedIn Profile), #10(Have One Digital Identity), #14(Praise Publicly, Criticize Privately), #16(The Three-Second Rule), #21(Make Ginormous Public Goals), #27(Be Authentic), and finally #34(Surround yourself with success) that really stood out to me and gave me good insight especially considering I will be entering the work force in such a short period of time. Qualman’s tips where short and to the point making the not only easy to read but easy to apply.

The book is a quick and easy ready and book connects had information that will connect with any reader with even a minor interest in social media and it's effects on society.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on February 27, 2014
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This book is a great book for anyone who needs to manage their digital reputations! If you are considering going online or want to build a online brand, this book comes highly recommended. If you have done something stupid in the past and see yourself going "viral", read this book and implement many of the suggestions within the hour.

If you have done something in the past that you don't want a potential employer seeing, check this book for the solution. This is a awesome resource that I will be referring to time and time again, and I may even buy the paperback copy just to have it on my shelf.

I learned several new things from this book and there are some websites that I will also use in building my own brand within this book. I didn't even know about some of them, yet they are very popular.

Please let me know if you found my review helpful! Thanks!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Bruce May on December 30, 2013
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Erik Qualman’s new book, What Happens in Vegas Stays on YouTube, is one of those touch stones that helps ground us all in that most difficult place, the crossroads of emerging technologies and best practices. In his latest book Erik delivers a powerful message, arguing that not only is privacy dead; we can no longer segregate our personal and professional lives. We are far too exposed in our online networks where our personal reputation leaks into our professional lives whether we like it or not. He also offers a simple answer: we must merge these into a single personal brand and live up to being the person we really want to be… with integrity… everywhere and all the time. He offers plenty of examples that drive this reality home, from celebrities and CEO’s to our own children who grow up now in a fully merged social/mobile world where they have to deal with the challenges of cyber bullying and learn how to maintain their own reputations. Erik makes it clear that we have to commit to developing the social and communication skills necessary to embrace social and mobile technologies and take control of our own personal brand. Best of all, Erik provides an exhaustive summary of best practices for doing just this, beginning with the 36 New Rules of Reputation and continuing with lessons learned, advice on protecting your reputation and your family, how to deal with cyberbullying and much more. Of the 36 New Rules of Reputation my favorite is #27: Be authentic. If you can stay true to yourself then all the other rules will come naturally to you. Of course this assumes that you live with integrity which is something that we must all do now because anytime you fall short of this basic value your missteps will likely be exposed in your social networks.Read more ›
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Gregory Bailey on December 17, 2013
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Qualman delivers another digital and social media home run with quick hit lessons and action items that will help you lead a better digital life, business or organization. My favorite lesson is No. 28 - Fail Fast, Fail Forward, Fail Better.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mark Koogler on February 26, 2014
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This is a great read for professionals and parents to make sure proper steps are taken to protect your interests and your (including your kids') reputations. The examples are good illustrations of the pitfalls in today's social media world. It's too easy to push send without thinking of the consequences. I'm going to review my own Google hits to make sure my reputation is solid after reading this book.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Pookie on January 20, 2014
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Very interesting and easy to read.
Gave it to a high school PR class that I did a lecture for.
Real eye opener to them.

Everyone with a social media account should read this book....and those who don't have any contact with social media should as well.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Gary B. Frawley on April 29, 2014
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What Happens in Vegas Stays on YouTube I have now read through a couple of times. It is a quick, easy read. Yet, it is loaded with practical, useful information everyone needs to be aware of to communicate correctly in this new world of social media. The 36 Rultes of Reputation, all supported with real life examples, and the Top 15 Reputation Tools are just two examples. A second reading produces even better results.

What I like best is the author’s insights –found throughout the book -on how social media has raised the bar (see Rule No. 6 Integrity & reputation are now one) as well as some dire consequenses by not making changes to some old ways (see No. 35 and No. 36). I am giving a copy to each daughter.

Note, I had the good fortune of experiencing live Erik Qualman give his Social Media Presentation.
At the end I felt as though I had just walked out of a dark room into sunlight. He painted such a clear picture of how people are communicating in 2014 via all forms of social media, and how this is changing the world. Subsequently, I purchased his three books: Socialnomics, Digital Leader, and What Happens in Vegas Stays on YouTube.
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