Social Media I.Q.: 100 Things Every Social Media Manager Should Know

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"100 Things Every Social Media Manager Should Know" is my brain dump - after months of research and practice, these are the 100 key things I've learned that have helped me establish and maintain my little practice, and that I think will help you too, whether you want to switch careers, or just make extra money in your spare time!

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About Patricia Wilson-Smith

Patricia Wilson-Smith is a writer, educator, consultant, and an expert in Internet and Web 2.0 technologies, and presently the President and CEO of Online Media Interactive, a social media management and web development agency. Pat holds a Bachelor’s in Computer Information Systems and a Masters in Information Technology with an emphasis on Internet technologies.

As a technology executive, Pat has lead teams of web developers, project managers, quality assurance resources, and business analysts in building enterprise web systems that are responsible for netting millions of dollars in new revenue for its companies. She has years of experience in fast paced, high-pressured, team production environments, and is known as a leader and a motivator.

Gifted with a rare ability to bridge business strategy with technology, Pat has helped to guide the strategic direction for companies small and large. She specializes in making complex technical concepts easy to understand, and spent years as one of the most popular college instructors in the Georgia state college system as a result. Now Pat is helping small-to-medium sized businesses learn how to leverage Web 2.0, social media, and the viral power of the web to promote their products and services and grow their businesses to the next level!

Pat resides in Lawrenceville Georgia with her husband Paul, and her three boys, David, Daniel, and Miles.

Reviews

Review by: C.E. Pietrowiak on May 20, 2011 :
I was initially put off by the low preview percentage because it is only enough to see the TOC. But I read the author's bio and decided to take a chance.

I'm glad I did. This book is a great introduction to SMM. The links and tips are well worth the price. While I would have liked a little more meat on the subject of the day to day running of a practice (only reason I'm not going five stars - if I could do 4 3/4, I would), I think the information provided is concise and a very nice quick orientation for anyone just starting out. Well done!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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