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Engage is Now Available at a Bookstore Near You

Following a special and unforgettable debut at SXSW Interactive, I’m excited and thankful to announce that Engage! is available at bookstores near you.

When you invest so much into something that you believe will change the way people think, you can’t wait to tell the world.

This book is written for you…

It helps champions, decision makers, and executives understand the impact and potential of new media and how, when, where to integrate it into mix. It also helps you measure the effect of social media and how to earn support as your experience grows. Engage answers your questions today and serves as your companion and guide every day.

Please help me share the good news!

Get Engage at a bookstore near you or online (click on your favorite outlet):

For those using a Kindle or Nook, click the image below to start reading it now…

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47 COMMENTS ON THIS POST To “Engage is Now Available at a Bookstore Near You”

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  2. skyshoes says:

    Huge fan of all you work Brian. I am constantly using your blog updates as reference points for accounts. New measuring factors for YouTube and Facebook are hard to explain to people trying to evaluate their commitment to digital media. Can't wait to read Engage.. and start claiming all the ideas were mine. Ha

    I will begin spreading the word.

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