Book Review: Pick a Title. Any Title.

Bloggers always like to be first getting out a new book review on their blog and through Twitter, in hopes of achieving maximum retweet exposures (MREs).

So, since my friends Jay Baer and Amber Naslund are about to launch their awesome new book The Now Revolution, I thought I’d cheat a little bit to get the very first review out of gate (video below). I like MREs just as much as the next blogger. And, hey, there are efficiencies here – have you ever heard of the Reusable Book Review (RBR)? Yeah – I’m trademarking that.

Tomorrow, return here to very same URL to view my thoughts on Ann Handley and CC Chapman‘s Content Rules. And the day after, Scott Stratten‘s UnMarketing. Because if you don’t send it, I still review it with my patent-pending RBR technology!

(Actually, I do have a couple real video book reviews coming up here on Connection Agent this week – stay tuned!)

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Steve Woodruff is a blogger, a Connection Agent, and a consultant in the pharma/healthcare industry. He specializes in helping people and companies make mutually beneficial connections.

10 Responses to Book Review: Pick a Title. Any Title.

  1. Jamey Shiels says:

    Coming from someone who has been doing video book reviews of late…I’ve just been pimp slapped! You should have reviewed your own book (click random title generator button now)

  2. Jay Baer says:

    LOL. I couldn’t figure out what was going on at first. Awesome stuff!

  3. DJ Waldow says:

    So pissed that I jacked up the volume on my MacBook. Dammit DJ! It took me 7 seconds to realize what was going on. Classic. Too funny, Steve. Well played!

    DJ Waldow
    Director of Community, Blue Sky Factory
    http://www.blueskyfactory.com
    @djwaldow

  4. Ann Handley says:

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    Thanks so much again, ____________. My co-author ____________ and I really appreciate it!

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