A little slower than I would like but still good.
Definitely. This book is a nice entry to Google+ but there should be more substance to the use of the Google+ for businesses.
Nice book if you are looking to learn more about Google+ but limited if you are looking for marketing strategies.
Chis has the best map for using Google plus.
I am 100% blind and the book helped me drive traffic and with hangouts and increase business now by 40% in less than 5 weeks.Very simple to understand and in plain simple terms. Thats teh bets part.
Chris down to earth format.
Chris being Chris and just being human about his success.
If you do not get the book they stay off Google plus as you need a road map and Chris has the best one I have found.
Everything I didn't know about Google + and now do well sort of! Chris Brogans content is well planned and executed. His narration is quite clear. He covers all the aspects of Google + that I have found. I haven't been to his site yet to follow up on the changes that googs has just initiated but Chris sounds like the kind of thoughtful person who would get it done right. Sometimes Google + seems too simple ones sort of looking for more facilities to do things then other times it throws one into some confusion and thats where the "well sort of! comes in. Maybe he will follow me after this...
Don't know of one
Clear and concise with just a touch of wit from time to time
this book was really time sensitive when it originally came out. the author gives you some unique insight into how to view Google Plus which is different than the other platforms out there. Unfortunately it hasn't been updated, to reflect the changes and movement the social media platforms. what I think would be really valuable is an update to this book with comments about how things have moved and changed since it originally came out
Narration was fine.
This book is awful. Barely an intelligent thought in there. Even for someone who has never gone to Google+, or used it for more than 15 minutes, it's a waste of time since you could learn all told in the book in 15 minutes. For a decent book on Google and Google+, check out Jeff Jarvis' "What Would Google Do". There one learns something from a book riddled with intelligent and new ideas.
I found this very easy to listen to, full of value and good tips. Chris presents/reads well and there are good examples of Google + users and uses to give you a big picture feel for why you might want to spend the time in G+.
I'm glad I took the time to listen to this book. Thanks Chris
The content of this book is decent for an overview of Google+, but the subject doesn't transfer well to audio. You can almost visualize how the pages are arranged as the narrator awkwardly attempts to read text and snippets that make sense on the printed page but are difficult for an audio book. I recommend the print version.
All common sense if you spent a litle time fooling with Google +. Good manuel for someone who has no experience with social media websites. I might have rated higher if I was brand new to the space.
No not at all.
Nothing it was very personal-
lots of nice tips for the new user.
Some great tips for Google +, but author just kept repeating same tips over and over giving tips different names.
Yes, it is packed with good information.
Anyone doing business on the internet should read this book.