As a home business owner, it makes sense to look for success on LinkedIn. This book might be able to help you.
Social media is, occasionally, the bane of my existence. But I know how important it can be. In fact, my business has benefitted from my presence on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Especially LinkedIn.
If you want to boost your ability leverage LinkedIn, the book 42 Rules for 24-Hour Success on LinkedIn (2nd Edition): Learning to Generate Results Using LinkedIn for Leads?by Chris Muccio can help you out. The second edition of this book is launching today, and it provides readers with the ability to generate success on LinkedIn.
Practical Guide to Success on LinkedIn for Businesses
What I like about this relatively short read is that it is practical. It is laid out so that you can see exactly what you need to do, providing real-world case studies, actionable tips, and a business roadmap. You are given methodology that you can use to boost your business by leveraging LinkedIn. Muccio really knows his stuff, and he makes it easy for you to learn the ins and outs of using LinkedIn to grow your business.
Not only is the book written in an engaging style, but it also includes multimedia bonuses. You can receive video tips, a workbook, and more. On top of that, 24-Hour Success on LinkedIn is rewritten to provide additional insights that take into account the changes in the landscape since the release of the first edition.
Get Bonuses for Purchasing the Book
Today, to celebrate the launch of the book, it's possible to receive free bonuses on top of the resources that you receive in the book. A number of Chris's associates (myself included) are helping publicize the book, and there are some bonus assets you can take advantage of. Some of the bonuses include a free pass to the CR3NOW conference, information on how to get media attention, how to use Twitter successfully, tips for podcasting, and much more.
It's well worth looking into; the book alone is worth it, and the bonuses are just icing on the cake.
What do you think? Do you use LinkedIn for success?