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User Review  - pratalife - LibraryThing

Thought-provoking and inspiring vision of a return to humanising business, and looks beyond the trite superficiality of all this social media stuff. "Wall!! What are you good for?" Highly recommend ... Read full review

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According to the French expression, “plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose” (the more things change, the more they stay the same). Marketing consultant Gary Vaynerchuk sees truth in these words. He argues that your great-grandparents probably knew the value of nurturing personal relationships with their customers, but their wisdom vanished when big corporations grew and managers found it more cost-effective to ignore customer concerns. Social media have changed all that, giving marketers the welcome opportunity to connect with current and potential customers in a manner unseen for several generations. If your customers like you, they’ll use Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and other networks to sing your praises. If they don’t like you, they’ll spread that news just as quickly. Vaynerchuk’s book might not be revolutionary, but it’s a thought-provoking addition to the discourse on social media, and a light, well-argued, entertaining read filled with real-world examples. getAbstract heartily recommends it to managers, employees and customers – to everyone who expects open, honest and caring relationships in their business dealings.
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Review: The Thank You Economy

User Review  - Chad Warner - Goodreads

I really liked this thought-provoking and relevant look at how social media is bringing small-town shop values back into business. Vaynerchuck shows that businesses need to build long-term, personal ... Read full review

Review: The Thank You Economy

User Review  - Pavel Hamřík - Goodreads

The book is very persuasive, but that's mostly all it is. It contains merely a handful of thoughts, such as "engage on social media", "do it in-house", "ideally be open and mean what you publish there ... Read full review

Review: The Thank You Economy

User Review  - Scott Templeman - Goodreads

Read Crush It before this book ever was released, and a fan of Gary. Would recommend checking out one of his talks before investing in one of his books, if you don't like one you won't like the other ... Read full review

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User Review  - Farnoosh Brock - Goodreads

Gary V. spells it out for us in Thank You Economy! The power of the human connection. The importance of building valuable relationships. The revolution in ways of interacting in today's awesome ... Read full review

Review: The Thank You Economy

User Review  - Joseph Abel - Goodreads

I recently purchased the audio book “The Thank You Economy” after hearing Justin & Mary speak about it in their program at WPPI and though this book is narrated by what sounds to be a well caffeinated ... Read full review

Review: The Thank You Economy

User Review  - Matthew Trinetti - Goodreads

Take-Aways & How This Resonates (with quotes from The Thank You Economy) 1. Calling internet-based services like Facebook and Twitter 'Social Media' is misleading. "But what we call social media is ... Read full review

Review: The Thank You Economy

User Review  - Lucas - Goodreads

This book emphasizes that social media must be a part of your overall marketing strategy. It's not a matter of using Facebook or Twitter to send your message out to the masses in the same way as most ... Read full review

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