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Share This Too: More Social Media Solutions for PR Professionals by [CIPR (Chartered Institute of Public Relations)]
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Is it an essential purchase? In a word, yes. To use the digital parlance of relationships, if Share This was a flash of ankle, this is the kiss, deeper and more rewarding, hinting at what is to come – if you put the work into it. (The Drum, September 2013)

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Share This Too builds on the great practical start made by Share This and provides a treasure trove of informed analysis and comment on the PR industry, its future and how to approach that future practically.  The contributors are movers and shakers in the industry, thinkers and doers who are widely respected.  The scope of the book is ambitious, but among its wide–ranging chapters, the serious PR professional will find any amount of useful content to help deal with an ever–changing industry.
Steve Walker, VP EMEA Public Relations, Oracle

"Packed full of insightful thinking and practical advice a must–read for all communicators in our digitally disrupted times."
Will McInnes, MD at social business consultancy NixonMcInnes & Author of Culture Shock

A collaboration between some of the brightest minds in PR, Share This Too not only makes the case that public relations has changed forever, but provides incredibly valuable guidance for how practitioners can and should thrive amidst that change. A must–read.
Jay Baer, President of Convince & Convert and Author of Youtility: Why Smart Marketing is About Help not Hype


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 952 KB
  • Print Length: 325 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1118676939
  • Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition (6 Aug. 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00EMB4VKI
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 24 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #453,675 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This is an extremely handy book for those who not just work in PR professionally, but all those who use social media for their own businesses, blog/website promotion etc. The chapters are concise and not over-wrought with technicalities and jargon and gives an up-to-date assessment of a an ever-changing arena. Recommended.
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By Sussman TOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 5 Dec. 2013
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Research by the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) Social Media Panel, and shows best practice and applied theory - papers submitted by 30 plus leading social media consultants in the UK, from various related backgrounds.
The book is divided up into 7 topic areas, these then are subdivided into short chapters and are not overtly technical and are almost `layperson' friendly, giving information in a concise way.

The rise of social media and its rapidly changing nature, and the way it interfaces with the people is something that is radically changing landscape of brands. This then leads to the next progression of how brands communicate with their audiences/consumers. To be adept in social media is to stay ahead of the opposition and offer real benefit to your client. This hand book tries to do exactly that.
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By RJP Book Boy TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 15 Jan. 2014
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Share This Too: More Social Media Solutions for PR Professionals

I was not expecting too much from this book but was pleasantly surprised.

Its mission.

This is a follow up book and is a series of structured reports from industry experts on the PR side of Social Media.
Social media is a fast growing communications tool which cannot be ignored by any business. This book looks at the ways businesses can channel into this revolution by using PR techniques and ideas. Yes it is biased towards PR but it's in the title.

What can you learn from the book?

The book is not a `how to book' but more of a `why you should' book. Each of the contributors is a specialist in their field and looks at the psychology and growth of Social Media and its impact mainly on PR channels but businesses overall. The book is divided into nice sections starting with `The future of PR' it then moves on to discuss how online habits from customers have developed as technology has changed. The book the delves into how and why this new channel of PR should be worked on and used by any business to develop competitive advantage.

The book the moves on to look at how Social Media will develop in the future. The individual contributors provide a mature and eye opening commentary on using PR and Social Media in a business. There is a lot of good advice and examples to explain the theories and changes of behaviour because of the advent and continuous development of Social Media.

Overall.

A great and very informative second book on this fast developing area of business. There is much good advice and explanations here and it is well worth a read if you run a business at any level that can or could use Social Media as a PR channel. I was very impressed with it and came away with lots of ideas to help my company work better in its market places by using PR, marketing and Social Media in a cohesive strategy.
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I'm a social-media hater who has been forced by the boss to get to grips with social media so I can do my marketing and PR better.

I haven't read the first book but this book stands alone and is useful regardless. I've managed to develop a Facebook strategy for the company following advice from other sources. This book has helped me enormously in making sure the strategy aligns with my PR goals.

This is an invaluable read for marketers, PR people and anyone serious about brand strategy.
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Share This Too is the second in a series published by Wiley, the first of which, Share This: The Social Media Handbook for Public Relations Professionals, was written by 24 PR practitioners in 2012. Share This Too has been written by 30 similar experts and is a bigger book, claiming to be a practical book for anyone working in communications and PR.

Trying to summarise what 30 experts' peer reviewed detailed thoughts amount to in a short review is hard. The best I can say is that if your career is in communications you should read this book.
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I believe this to be a must-read for all PR professionals. It is a handbook that anyone who wants a future in the industry should have. Produced by a hard-working, expert panel of CIPR members, it really is a clear, rounded and practical book. Highly-readable and enriching, I whole-heartedly commend it to PR industry colleagues - ignore it to your detriment. A big well done to the CIPR Social Media Panel for producing a great resource.
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This book describes itself as 'a pragmatic guide for anyone that works in communication or public relations'. Thirty four experts probe into 'what is current in the theory, delivery and evaluation of 21st century public relations and organizational communication'. While I am professionally involved in communications, dealing with my organisation's website and social media, I also find myself subscribing to a Bill Hicks point of view when it comes to advertising or marketing. Would this book offer me the sort of information that would allow me to do a better job?

The structure of this book is good. Each chapter is summarised at the beginning, the text is broken down into digestible chunks. At the end of each chapter there is a short biography of each contributor. It's also thought provoking. It got me thinking about how I should be investigating what keyword phrases we should be using, not only on the website, but throughout our communications portfolio (p.8). It also made me think about whether the journalists we pitch to have as many followers as the PR doing the pitching. (p.9) Sometimes the revelations are minor. but still useful, such as I didn't realise hashtags could be sponsored (p.13).

Inevitably the gap between submission and publication means the book is out-of-date when it comes to some of the details, i.e. mentions of Google's Keyword Tool. On the other hand I learned about TweetLevel (p.38) and Twitalyzer (p.38) for the first time. This book isn't quite as accessible as something like
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