Listen to more Guerrilla tactics.
©2002 Michael Levine; (P)2002 Blackstone Audiobooks
If you've got any background whatsoever in Internet-related issues, this book is a complete waste of time. If you don't, you'll probably need the paper copy of the book, or you'll want to listen to this with a notepad so you can write down the details of what he's saying. Either way, this download isn't worth your time or money.
I'm sure this book is great for inexperienced marketers or small business owners, but if you have any marketing experience whatsoever, skip this book.
I like this narrator, though. I would definitely take a second look at any audiobook he's narrated.
I have to agree with the other reviewers, this book moves terribly slow. I listen to the books on cd and so far I've listened to 3 cds worth of "how to get on the internet". I keep hoping that its going to get better or somehow reveal a nugget that will make the purchase worthwhile, but it hasn't happened yet.
Seriously though, if you have any marketing experience or are pretty web-saavy, this book is probably a waste of your time.
hard to listen to, perhaps b/c it is unabriged. I would rather read (and scan) the book. This tedious listen includes *frequent* articulating of the address 'h t t p : / / w . w . w....' That grates really fast. This program goes slooooowly.
I should have read the reviews before downloading this. I agree with the other reviewers - if you have used the internet or done any marketing, skip this book.
"Get the original, it won't have dated as much"
There's far too much emphasis on the technical detail of, for example, website design in this book and it was probably dated by the time it hit the shelves. Levine strictly tells us not to let any web page exceed 40kbytes including images, for example. Finding the gems of relevant information is difficult which is a pitty as it's well-read and there are undoubtedly loads of important tips I've missed when listening.
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