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If you tag someone in a photo on Twitter does their name use characters in the tweet?
What is the platform that is least tolerant of hashtags?
How many tweets can you send on Twitter per day?
Who owns Slideshare?
What is the purpose of a person’s (not brand’s) avatar?
What the largest number of pictures you can add to a tweet?
How long is a Vine video?
What platform would you be on if you were “managing your subscriptions” and “adding channel art?”
Which social media site is inhabited mostly by teenagers with an obsession of Benedict Cumberbatch and John Green?
Which service’s posts have the longest lifespan?
Who buys followers?
Which of the following is NOT a dating social media platform?
What is the sincerest form for social-media flattery?
What number of hashtags are allowed per post on Instagram?
How many characters are allowed in a tweet?
How many people can appear on the panel (filmstrip) in a Google+ Hangout?
Can you promote or sponsor a post on your personal Facebook profile?
Where do you swipe left or right to meet the next person of your dreams?
Which would be the best twitter handle for Guy Kawasaki?
Which product doesn’t share posts to Google+ pages?
Which service enables people to make automated posts to a Google+ profile?
Which Internet celebrity posted a Google-Glass picture of himself taking a shower?
What is Facebook Mentions?
Tumblr is a popular microblogging service where you can do the following:
Organic reach is down across the board. Where can you pay to promote your content?
The person who is running Google+ is
Guy first advocated repeating tweets in
The most followed LinkedIn “Influencer” is
What is the “NPR Model?”
True or false: as long as you site the source, you can post any photo.
What percentage of a graphic image on Facebook ad or sponsored post can be covered by text?
If North Korea doesn’t like a post, you should immediately
We will guide you through the steps of building your foundation, amassing your digital assets, going to market, optimizing your profile, attracting more followers, and effectively integrating social media and blogging. For beginners overwhelmed by too many choices, as well as seasoned professionals eager to improve their game, our book is full of tactics that have been proven to work in the real world.
Don’t take our word for it. Read our reviews and then get ready for “great stuff, no fluff.”
Guy Kawasaki and Peg Fitzpatrick
Resources and tools list from The Art of Social Media: Power Tips for Power Users
To be successful in social media, you’ll need a ton of shortcuts and these apps and services are things that Guy Kawasaki and Peg Fitzpatrick have both tested and love for their social media so much that they recommended them in The Art of Social Media.
They’ll be updating this list with new fun things that they find and want to share with you.
Here are the LINKS ONLY from The Art of Social Media!
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Learn from the authors, Guy Kawasaki and Peg Fitzpatrick, on this recorded webinar that the did for Marketo.
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The Art of Writing a “Don’t-Twiddle-Your-Thumbs-Just-Go-Do-It” book on the Social Media!
Every piece of advice is not just eminently do-able, it’s also backed by a solid sense of strategy … and it all comes from the heart of one who is still humbly learning and is sharing without reserve. More than anything else, it’s the attitude of giving in the book that gets you. The book also doesn’t pull any punches. When needed it’s a hard taskmaster and admonishes you to serve the social networks rather than try to master them or feel as if you have to “conquer” them.
I could sense Guy’s overt presence throughout the book as he has written it … and I could also feel the covert presence of Peg everywhere, simply because so much common sense couldn’t have been put into a book without the inputs of an uncommon woman like her (I’m not saying that because I’m a woman, but if you’ve seen her blog and read her posts, you’ll see what I mean!).
All in all, folks, this is a very constructive, functional, nuts-and-bolts book about things to put on your “To Do” list if you want to be a star on social media.
To me, there’s only one way measure of a book like The Art of Social Media, and that is: “Does the book offer organized access to concisely-written information that can help me save time accomplishing my goals?”
By that measure, The Art of Social Media is a eminently worth purchase. There’s no fluff, no unnecessary words, and the information has been logically organized. You can view the book as a “smorgasbord” and read it from cover to cover, or you can go directly to the topics that are currently causing you problems or lost opportunities.
The Art of Social Media is chock-full of great stuff.
“Great stuff, no fluff!” I’ve been on this social media journey since 2009. I’m always looking for insights and usable tips and tricks. Guy Kawasaki and Peg Fitzpatrick don’t disappoint.
When I opened The Art of Social Media on my Kindle I was advised that it was a quick read, around 2 1/2 hours. It would have been had it not been for the highlighting and my note taking.
Yes, I found so much useful info that I actually took to pen and paper to jot down suggestions from the book!
This was a quick (I.e. Won’t cut into too much of your SM marketing time) read that speaks to those of us who embrace the hustle, but are always looking to maximize what we’re already doing and engage what we aren’t.
You’ll leave this e-book with pretty much the best “cheat sheet” of resources I’ve yet to come across on the inter webs and beyond!
Great no-nonsense guide to doing and fully integrating blogging and social media.
Covers basic best practices and quick how-to’s with inspirational (and funny) examples. Plenty of links to resources for on-the-spot optimization makes it ideal as an e-book.
I’d highly recommend The Art of Social Media for anyone who wants to further utilize social media to their advantage, both personally and professionally.
Over 10 years in digital marketing, this book still taught me new things. Must Read!
As a digital strategist, I’ve read every book under the sun about social media, social media for business, how-to x on social media…you get the point. It is rare for me to ever find a new trick or concept that I haven’t previously discovered, until The Art of Social Media: Power Tips for Power Users…
Extra emphasis on “Power Tips for Power Users.” Guy Kawasaki practices what he outlines in this book if you’re familiar with his social profiles he is a master of posting on every platform without being repetitive. Pretty hard especially when you factor in that he posts nearly every hour using the “NPR” approach.
Not only does the book break down how to craft messages that drive action, the book gives breakdowns on tools that can help streamline social editorial calendars. In my line of work, I manage multiple clients in all industries The Art of Social Media really cut out hours of research on tools….hours that I never have enough of.
Another thing I loved about the book is that it emphasizes different forms of content to avoid being boring, like proper images, videos, etc.
Lastly, I don’t think a lot of authors ever really highlight Google+ as a platform since it is not one of the more common social networks. This book gives great insight on how to use Google+ to our benefit especially with Google+ gaining more popularity each day.
I would recommend this book to business owners to the most advanced Power Users. It offers insights with the “Guy Kawasaki,” wit and Peg Fitzpatrick’s tactical approach that is digestible and fun to read.
I just finished The Art of Social Media: Power Tips for Power Users by Guy Kawasaki and Peg Fitzpatrick. Once I started, I read it right through.
This book is packed with great information about using social media, starting on page 1, and does not stop until the end. I think that is one of the things I liked most about the book. It respected my time. It dove right into the content, it was concise, and it remained to the point throughout. Seriously–page 1. No long-winded, self-aggrandizing intro chapter. Just content.
The other part that struck me is that the information provided is cast as tips that they have learned, not The Thing. The authors mention several times that these are the things that work for them, but you may find that something else works better for you. Quite frankly, that makes their advice seem more believable. Not sure why, but it does.
Anyway, whether you are a professional social media marketing person or just an occasional poster (like me), this book has something for you.
I am definitely going to go back and take some better notes.