When it comes to digital marketing, I’m reasonably savvy for a woman my age. You’ll find me on Linkedin, Twitter, Facebook. I blog as you can see – and on more blogs than this one. I try to optimise for the search engines, I’m nerdy about my analytics. I play around with Google Adsense and Adwords. I’ve got a couple of RSS feeds. I’ve bought a few domains, built a few websites. By comparison with a lot of my friends, I’m pretty far up the digital tree.
Learning by doing
Above everything else, I believe in learning by doing. Maybe all that makes me the perfect reader for Quick Win Digital Marketing but what I loved about this book is that I learned from it.
It gave me some ideas for places to list that I might not have discovered for myself and it provided reassurance that a lot of what I have been doing is along the right lines.
It’s such a quick and easy read that it is well worth picking up a copy – I got through the entire book in about an hour and a half. If you are interested in promoting your work on the Interweb you really should take a look at this. It’s one of those books that you’ll go back and flick through again. Doubtless the digital world will move on quickly, but for now, this would make a great gift for anyone with an interest in promoting themselves online. You can buy it from the publisher’s website – Oak Tree Press