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For example, author Jeff Jarvis discusses how Google does its very best to make all of its products free.
Charging money costs money - Make mistakes well: It can be a good thing to make mistakes, but it depends on how you handle them.
By the end of the book, I found myself getting very annoyed at Jeff Jarvis for his naive points of view and preachiness.
It's incredible that Jeff Jarvis wrote this book 6 years ago, when you consider how much has evolved. Jarvis is a visionary. He's also a blogger, so the writing style is quirky. Read morePublished 17 days ago by daveb
I know this book was published in 2009. I read this book in 2014. In those five years so much changed in the industry that I felt like I was reading something that was seriously... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jerry Sanchez
If you think how everything could change if company or government where more open and also think how easy it for everyone to communicate and solve problems in this world using the... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Manikandan Selvam
This was a terrific book and in great condition I was very pleased with this purchase and plan to order more from AmazonPublished 2 months ago by Lisa Steinback
My wife talked me into buying this book. I respect google and everything they do, but I'm really not a great fan of such books.... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Martin Wuethrich
Best place to start your online business. Recommend this for readers interested in ecommerce. I also recommend the audio version.
The writings of a true Google fanboi, it is a horrible read. Save your money on this garbage, buy anything else.Published 3 months ago by Slappy
Because as soon as I realized that Google is the most profitable business in the history of history, I realized their "rule" works: "Do your best and... Read more