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Master Google+ and word of mouth marketing with Guy Kawasaki and me — live, April 16

Learn all about Google+ and word of mouth marketing in this one great call with Guy Kawasaki and me, hosted by SmartBrief. What you’ll learn: Guy Kawasaki on Google+: What it is, how to use it, why you should be using it, and why Google+ is to Facebook and Twitter what Mac is to Windows. Andy […]

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Guy Kawasaki + Andy Sernovitz — Live teleconference — Everyone gets 2 free books

Join me and Guy Kawasaki for a live webinar on April 16: Live Teleconference: Master Google+ and Word of Mouth Marketing Everyone gets a copy of my book "Word of Mouth Marketing" and Guy’s "What The Plus+" — his new guide to mastering Google+. In this ultra-fast and straightforward call, you’re going to learn how […]

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Social Media Ethics Briefing: Staying Out of Trouble — live from BlogWell

Come to BlogWell: How Big Brands Use Social Media on February 2 to hear Toyota, Texas Instruments, REI, Kellogg’s, Dell, Coldwell Banker, Sabre Holdings, and InterContinental Hotels Group share social media case studies. You’ll learn how to get started, get past roadblocks, and make your social media program phenomenal — and you’ll see some brilliant […]

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