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SocialCorp Book

October 30th, 2008
Filed under: Social Media — joel @ 3:17 pm

SocialCorp is available online directly from the publisher and from most major booksellers, like Amazon, Borders, and Barnes and Noble; and in bookstores. To order the book, use the widget in the right sidebar. Computerworld called SocialCorp one of “five essential (social media) books,” and said “this well-laid-out book is filled with great references and ‘why didn’t I think of that?’ ideas for getting your company into the right frame of mind to begin a social media marketing project.” SocialCorp is also in use as a social media textbook at many universities in the U.S. and around the world.


SocialCorp In Amazon Kindle Format

SocialCorp is now available in Amazon Kindle Format.


SocialCorp Book Available as PDF and eBook

The SocialCorp book is available as a PDF, as an eBook, and in an e-book/printed book bundle through Safari Books Online.

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  1. [...] more ’social’ and ‘media’ than that? Joel Postman awarded his latest book SocialCorp to those who could really belt it out [...]

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  4. Dear Joel,

    I am new to social media and read your book and found it to be the very very useful for a beginner who is looking to Web 2.0 area for his company. I have bought copies for my fellow team members to share the information from your book.

    I am finding a few things in my company that I wanted to ask you and would appreciate your response: -

    1) The book mentions about blog training and if you can recommend any such trainers or training modules shall be very useful. I would like to have a few people trained in our organization.

    Also, this is an ongoing process as more and more teams get exposed to the new way of working in the social media area and training becomes all the more crucial for the organization.

    2) Legal has a very crucial role in this whole process specially in regulated industries.

    So, in that case some additional details or any information that will be very useful. Change management is most difficult in all organizations and the better equipped the social media team is on various aspects.

    3) Ratings, Reviews and Recommendations - SOme information on this topic would be helpful for readers.

    4) Some details on how to present of a social media plan based on the score from the initial set of questions would be help.

    By the end of the book, readers will have a good idea but a chapter dedicated on thsi would be helpful for greehorns like me.

    I am going to get active and am subscribing to your feed. Thanks a lot for this wonderful book.

    Comment by AJAY TEJWANI — January 8, 2009 @ 12:04 am

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