My Top Five Social Media Books

If you’re looking for some real “evergreen” resources to help navigate the ever evolving social ecosphere then, look no further than right here.

Groundswell РCharlene Li and Josh Bernoff // one of the first books about social media that I ever read. Still as relevant today as it was a decade ago.

Content RulesAnn Handley and C.C. Chapman // few books get me as amped about content as this one does. As fun to read as it is to apply, if you’re in a content rut then, get yourself out of it with a few enjoyable page-turns.

The Now Revolution РJay Baer and Amber Naslund // co-authored by a dear and, lifelong friend, any business looking to revamp their social strategy should put their nose in these pages.

The Dragonfly EffectJennifer Aaker and Andy Smith // I picked this one up at NTEN Conference Р2011. Terrific stuff in the context of mission driven organizations.

Trust AgentsChris Brogan and Julien Smith // THE first book about social media that I ever read. To me, a Bible of sorts. Chris and Julien’s approach to social media is timeless.

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