Dan Zarrella has written extensively about the science of viral marketing, memetics and social media on his own blog and for a variety of popular industry blogs, including Mashable, CopyBlogger, ReadWriteWeb, Plagiarism Today, ProBlogger, Social Desire, CenterNetworks, Nowsourcing, and SEOScoop. He has been featured in The Twitter Book, The Financial Times, NYPost, The Boston Globe, Forbes, Wired, The Wall Street Journal, Mashable and TechCrunch. He was recently awarded Shorty and Semmy awards for social media & viral marketing. Dan has spoken at PubCon, Search Engine Strategies, Convergence '09, 140 The Twitter Conference, WordCamp Mid Atlantic, Social Media Camp, Inbound Marketing Bootcamp, and The Texas Domains and Developers Conference, and he currently works as an inbound marketing manager at HubSpot.
After poring over "The Social Media Marketing Book" you may not come away with a master marketing strategy, but you'll get a good briefing on tactics.-- Thomas E. Weber,
Overall, The Social Media Marketing Book is an extremely valuable resource on understanding and applying social media for both the individuals, and business. The book is a great introduction that can help you to get started. Once done, you can move onto the next level. Hopefully, Zarrella is working on that book now. -- Ben Rothke, --Ben Rothke
If you are new to social marketing and want an easy to understand book to break it all down, then I highly recommend The Social Media Marketing Book. -- T. Michael Testi, --T. Michael Testi
If you are trying to explain why your company needs a social media presence, hand this book to your boss. He'll thank you for it. -- Lisa Martin, --Lisa Martin
After poring over The Social Media Marketing Book you may not come away with a master marketing strategy, but you'll get a good briefing on tactics. -- Thomas E. Weber, --Thomas E. Weber