World Wide Rave: Creating Triggers that Get Millions of People to Spread Your Ideas and Share Your Stories

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Product DescriptionA World Wide Rave! What the hell? The World Wide Rave is when people around the world talking about you, your company and your products. And: "If a man eagerly link to your order on the Internet. And when virtually the buyers of online buzz to your home. That's when tons of fans of the site and a blog to visit, because we really want to be there. Rules of the Rave: Nobody cares about the products (except by you). N. Coercion. . . More>>

World Wide Rave: Creating Triggers that Get Millions of People to Spread Your Ideas and Share Your Stories

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5 Responses to “World Wide Rave: Creating Triggers that Get Millions of People to Spread Your Ideas and Share Your Stories”

  • Mike says:

    I have a number of problems with this book is the first that Scott copied much from the format of "Jeffrey Gitomer's Little Books" series. A Gitomer "Little Book" measures 5 "Width 7-3/4" high, and runs over 200 pages. Scott's book is 5 "Width 7-1/4" tall, 194 pages. Gitomer keeps things short, with cartoons, call-out "and" Git Bits "punctuating each section. Scott keeps things short, with clip-art-style illustrations, call-out and "your challenge" passages that underscore the each section. Gitomer books are his original work, not a "model" tries for an author, a phrase such as "World Wide Rave practice" in your brain with Gitomer tactics. It works for Gitomer, Gitomer is forced, when channeled through Scott. Second, in May 2009 is really the best time to forfeit your job because your boss does not allow you to write a blog during working hours? It is on page 99, in case you think I am inventing. Third, Scott's an entrepreneur with his "boots on the ground, developing new business and dealing with scores of other young entrepreneurs who want a return on investment now than they ever wanted from an ROI. Somehow Scott has used a vein of deep wisdom that leads him to declare, "For many managers, their obsession with the ROI just a convenient excuse for not trying something new and untested." I will not forget that little pearl of wisdom the next time I go to a sales pitch. If my client looking for potential ROI, I close my eyes and hissing "This is just a convenient excuse, right?" I see you picked up my contract with trembling hands, shame, into submission to where my check to. Cha-Ching! Thanks, Dave! Scott's books are not for everyone. They fill a niche, like the old "Francis the Talking Mule" movie. If you're in the mood to watch an eccentric comedy about a talking donkey, Francis is the go-to mule (unless you want a horse that talks, in which case it would chase Mr. Ed, of course) . If you are the type of person who believes that it is to restrict the right thing for your boss surfing the Internet, the time of YouTube, Tweet time and personal commitment in writing blogs, brother. . . or a sister. . . You have found the Messiah. For the rest of us, this kind of tripe, a step in the food chain by Joe "Attractor Factor" Vitale.
    Rating: 1 / 5

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  • 1. The author, David Scott Meerman, can tell the people their own history, but the reader who lectures on "New" Marketing vs. "old" marketing. May they also give advice to the end of each chapter, explaining how they created their own World Wide Rave. Hello! Royalty checks. 2. I wanted a book that would help me sleep at night, but Scott's book, "World Wide Rave: Creating triggers, distributed to millions of people to your ideas and Share Your Stories" was interesting and useful to get. I stayed up late – more than once – this book of 186 pages. I even took notes. 3. The author is completely honest with his readers. Do not smoke. Without a mirror. (See the chapter "Nobody cares about your products – except you" on page 23). But what about all of us that we are shots of ego? 4. He believes that someone a World Wide Rave can create. Non-profit organizations, students, start-up, self-published authors, the newly unemployed – you know, people who are somewhere around the zero dollars in their marketing budgets. (See "Anyone can be a cause World Wide Rave" on page 103.) What all I would even say that proclaimed SEO and social media experts who follow me on Twitter now? 5. All-you-can-do-it challenges throughout the book are marked again listed at the end, immediately after re-Scott listed six "Rules of the Rave." (See pages 182-186). This makes it too easy. 6. He expects the people to valuable information – to promote free – and then those same people to exchange information with their friends and family, the experts look to us any way, without even asking potential customers (or "personas" she calls it) to deliver resalable their personal data. (See "No strings required" to "Lose Control", the chapter on page 68). Pfft. 7. Not only do they expect us to think people really understand how people live, expects employers to do the same. He also proposes using your copy of this book to your boss. Give! How it's free. (See "We are talking about people, not technology" on page 94). And – get this – if you are not interested in your ideas, suggestions close to your work, said: "Thousands of companies would benefit from your enthusiasm. "(see page 178). Humpft. 8. Speaking of jobs: Scott respects journalists * value and find in their special abilities. He also proposes to rent them. (See page 164). I do not know all the others out there? 9. Not only that, says we should stop apologizing for writing ",… Go out and create something. "(See page 173). But we find excuses are really good. 10. He follows his own advice, he also made a YouTube video to promote the book. I thought, "experts" were not in the whole not-as-I-say-what-I-do philosophy. Watch the video here: http://www. youtube. com / watch? v = 5F4KHmm566I & hl = en & fs = 1 * To actually – thank you, Mr. Scott, Sir. (Graduates of Communication Studies / Mass Media and Journalism minor extent in 65 days). Rhiannon Bowman rhibowman Freelance Writer to The Word Trade UNC Charlotte student. Wordpress. com
    Rating: 5 / 5

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  • Chris says:

    If you read his latest book, you will be disappointed. Maybe I read too many books about these things, so that the information is not enough for what I know cool. His most recent book is The New Rules of Marketing and PR, "now in paperback. Everyone should read it. He is a great writer, has a good approach to content, and the project book has a clever work by small enough to carry on a plane. World Wide Rave is suitable for anyone who spoke at their first Web site, blog or posting on the Internet and to himself, "what now".
    Rating: 3 / 5

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  • This book is a typical sales pitch, but focused, with an interesting perspective – to your website through the free provision of useful content to attract visitors. That was the basic idea of the blockbuster success like Google, so it worth a Council decision.
    Rating: 3 / 5

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  • The book was repetitive and oddly arranged that, from a little "hard to read on my Kindle. He could be said in perhaps half of the words. That is, the examples are interesting ideas and inspiration. I have a wide range of clients from non-profit organizations, businesses of supercomputing and I was thinking of ideas for all of them on the basis of the stories in the book. Like a book by Seth Godin, you can order what interests you and skip is primarily an advisory from four shares stories / anecdotes. He used at least one story from a book by Seth Godin, which I, as are a few success stories, the authors have the same recycling surprising result? But I prefer the examples read in a book, rather than to navigate the Internet to find a good idea. I was a bit "offended by his repeated implication that most PR people are doing-yet to be things that the old ways. Most journalists I know are working as hard as cyberspace to their customers and are aware that our jobs to keep with the technological advances and societal changes. I wondered why he dis, which is certainly the privileged place of his book sales – advertising colleagues.
    Rating: 3 / 5

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