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Me and Gail Martin Together, Stars 4ever

Oh, Gail Martin. I really can’t be mad at you for 30 Days To Social Media Success because I feel like I know you. I’m not mad at you for writing a book called 30 Days To Social Media Success and then kind of skipping over that whole “success” thing and mostly talking about 30 […]

Oh Gail!

So I was on Squidoo last night and …. -Said no one. Ever. I’m sure Squidoo has some users, and these people are privy to some of the most precious information on earth: what squidoo is. In our Culture and Social Media Technologies class, we’ve had some fun poking that squid with a stick to see […]

30 days to social media nothing

Can any new entrepreneur become a successful business owner via social media after reading Gail Z Martin‘s 30 Days to Social Media Success – The 30 days Results Guide to Making the Most of Twitter, Blogging, LinkedIn and Facebook? Probably not – if they follow the guidelines Martin offers in her book. The author tries to […]

30 Days: A Book Review

        As I was reading Gail Z. Martin’s book 30 Days to Social Media Success: The 30 Day Results Guide to Making the Most of Twitter, Blogging, LinkedIn, and Facebook, I couldn’t help but to find myself becoming bored, logging into my own social networking sites to check in. Her mundane explanations […]

What is Squidoo? Who Cares

When Gail Martin wrote 30 Days to Social Media Success, she decided to include a chapter on a social network site most people probably never heard of, aka “Squidoo,” among other outdated tips for a generation that is so socially savvy it is considered domesticated. The book gives an overview of how to use the […]

30 Days of Social Media Success: A Review

I did not have the greatest experience reading 30 Days to Social Media Success: The 30 Day Results Guide to Making the Most of Twitter, Blogging, LinkedIn, and Facebook by Gail Martin. The thing that made me suspicious from the beginning was the overuse of capitalization to emphasize Martin’s important concepts and ideas, such as […]

Don’t Judge a Book By Its Cover (Oops Too Late)

It is common knowledge that one should not judge a book by its cover. Perfect example, here. However, it is hard to remain partial to a book when there is a bird, specifically the Twitter logo bird, screaming (Tweeting?) a money sign as the cover’s main visual. Trés tacky. It also doesn’t help that the […]