First Look: ‘The Social Media Bible’ – featuring BlogTalkRadio

As we told you this summer, BlogTalkRadio CEO Alan Levy will be featured in the forthcoming Social Media Bible.

And now we’re pleased to bring you this first look at its jacket art.socialmediabible

Available April 20 from John Wiley & Sons, the definitive resource by Lon Safko and David Brake also sports contributions from such social-media thought leaders as:

Matt Mullenweg, president and founder of WordPress; Marc Canter, president and founder of Macromedia; Kevin O’Brien, vice president of Constant Contact; Chris Heuer, president and founder of The Social Media Club; and Paul Boisvert, senior technical content producer for Yahoo!

For more on The Social Media Bible, which was just listed on Amazon.com, click here.

And to hear Alan’s original interview for the book, click here.

5 thoughts on “First Look: ‘The Social Media Bible’ – featuring BlogTalkRadio

  1. lonsafko

    Alan did a great job in his interview! It really is a terrific overview of why you need to use BlogTalkRadio for your business. I learned a lot from hearing Alan speak. Excerpts from Alan’s interview have been added to The Social Media Bible book that is due out May 4th!
    Alan… Thanx for those great insights! – Lon

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