Paul Smithson

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User Generated Content Report
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Price: Free! Words: 14,610. Language: English. Published: September 25, 2012. Category: Nonfiction » Computers and Internet » Web / user generated content
A helpful and informative guide to the world of user-generated content. Covers everything from social media through to blogs, forums, rating systems, user commenting, user reviews and a whole heap more. Includes useful examples, hints and tips, insider knowledge, legal issues, pitfalls to watch-out for, and ways that will help transform any kind of website into a highly active user experience.

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  • The Wrinkly on April 20, 2012

    I thoroughly enjoyed this short book. I read it whilst on vacation in Spain and found it unputdownable. I pretty much read it in two or three sittings. I think the author does an excellent job of moving the story along at just the right pace, with sufficient interesting scenes to keep a good momentum. Characters appear believable, and one can't help but empathize with the major ones. What I really loved was the ending. I don't want to give anything away so I'm not going to say why :-) I do agree with some of the other reviews that maybe it could have been clearer as to why Mike Lewis is so keen to move to Goldenville, and not just go on a world cruise or some other form of early retirement. I just figured he liked what he saw there so much that he wanted to be a part of that. There were a few moments in the book that made me laugh out loud, which is always the sign of a well written light-hearted book. That, and the fact that the book left me with a nice warm feeling make it a winner in my eyes.
  • Blood Is Heavier on July 18, 2012

    Thoroughly enjoyed this book. A great story. Well written. Excellent characters. A real page turner and highly recommended.
  • 13 Years in America on July 18, 2012

    A very enjoyable read. When I started it I didn't really know what to expect and was pleasantly surprised as to what an absorbing read it became. I was a little sad when it got to the end as I wanted more, which is a testament to how good the book is. So come on Melanie, can we have a sequel please :-)