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The McGraw-Hill 36-Hour Course: Online Marketing (McGraw-Hill 36-Hour Courses) Paperback – January 18, 2011
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The book begins with three Online Marketing Rules. Rule #3 states "You have conquered all three rules by picking up this book. Don't let it go!" Huh? That's rule number three?
The author promises "36 action-packed hours that will lead you to web greatness." The rationalization for this is that the "Web phenomena Facebook started with only a few hours of very simple programming (honestly), and now has a valuation in the billions of dollars." Huh? Maybe I missed the point, but I seriously doubt Facebook is the result of "only a few hours of very simple programming."
In describing Chapter 8 the author says "Search Engine Optimization delves into SEO." Isn't this like saying "Search engine optimization delves into search engine optimization?" The author then says "You will also learn how social media (Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, etc) can boost SEO for total web domination." I'm not sure "total web domination" fits with the authors' other remarks in the book about online marketing being primarily about creating valuable relationships, but it seems out of place. I also don't think it's true.Read more ›
Don't expect to dig deep or master any of the techniques.
However, if you're new to this, it's a good introduction to get you on the path of what to learn.
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Once you have completed reading this book, you will go back to it constantly as a valuable resource for strengthening your online presence.
Have you started small with your Web marketing? Then follow Lorrie Thomas' advice: "Start small, then snowball."
You will be amazed at the depth of the author's research, and so pleased that she illustrates her information in clear and often witty language.
My prediction: You will decide that purchasing, reading, and applying this book was one of your wisest professional steps.
The Complete Communicator: Change Your Communication-change Your Life!
Lorrie covers all the components of online marketing:
* Content Marketing
* Social Media marketing
* Web Analytics
* Search Engine Optimization
* Online Advertising
* Email marketing
* Online public relations.
For each component, Lorrie shares best practices, real-life examples and resources. I've been doing online marketing for several years and I've learned some new things from this book. This is also the first time I've read a clear explanation of web analytics and search engine optimization.
Why this book is so powerful:
* the online marketing components are presented in a very clear and easy to understand format. There's no technical jargon; Lorrie writes for the business person, not the technology person.
* the emphasis on setting your strategy before jumping into the tactics. Setting up online accounts like Twitter is very easy; it's your strategy that will determine if you're successful.
* the tactical steps help you get started. For example, Lorrie reviews the pros and cons of self-hosting a blog.
* the material is reinforced by the questions at the end of every chapter. There's even an online test to further reinforce your knowledge!
* the hard copy book is great for reference. I'll definitely keep this book on my desk.
* the listing of additional online resources for each marketing component.
* the final chapter on putting it all together. This chapter includes a sample timeline for getting started, examples of goals and measures of success.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book gives a lot of information, This is a book you can help you years down the roadPublished 19 days ago by David J Bahakel
exactly what i needed for class, better price than the bookstore too, thanks!Published 4 months ago by Angela Sandage
This is a great book if you are 6. Anyone 8 or older, please don't bother. It was a total waste of my time. Everything in this book can be find online, for free.Published 14 months ago by Ashish Markanday
Good one. Provides a good foundational treatment of online marketing end to end. Brings it all together with a daily plan a the end of the book. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Robin