We are introducing our August Book of the Month, Socialnomics: How Social Media Transforms the Way We Live and Do Business by Erik Qualman.
Qualman has worked in online marketing and eBusiness for organizations like Education First, Cadillac, EarthLink, Yahoo, TravelZoo and AT&T. Currently, he serves as Global Vice President of Online Marketing for EF Education. Of course, Qualman is well known for his Social Media Revolution videos, which capture some astounding statistics in a quick & powerful video. Here is his most recent,
In an effort to continue discussion and connect our Social Media Club community with our featured Book Club authors, we are hosting a complimentary webinar on Tuesday, August 30, 2011 at 2pm EDT with Erik Qualman, Author of Socialnomics.
As a Social Media Club Professional Membership benefit, we are inviting Professional members to be part of our Social Media Book Club. If you are a Professional Member and interested in receiving, reviewing and sharing your feedback with the rest of the SMC community, please email Jessica [Jessica at socialmediaclub dot org] for details.
The Social Media Book Club will feature social media’s most innovative thought leaders, who have written books that can help our global community learn, improve and share. We have selected several titles we will be introducing to you at the beginning of each month and have asked several of our Professional members and chapter leaders to help us review the monthly titles.
Social Media Club officially launched a monthly book club in March 2011, and has already featured titles such as, Wikibrands, Content Rules, Curation Nation and Get Seen with complimentary webinars made available to our SMC community.
To purchase your copy of Socialnomics, visit Amazon.
*Disclosure, this is an affiliate link and Social Media Club will most likely earn $0.02 if you order this book. Think of it as a way to help fund our media literacy programs!
Be sure to follow the Social Media Book Club hashtag on Twitter, #smcbooks.
Headshot of Qualman via Socialnomics.net