Give Dave Evans an Hour a Day

Sun, Oct 5, 2020

Books, Marketing, Social Media

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I caught up with Dave Evans this past week. He has not been as visible in social media circles here in Austin lately because he’s spent much of the last year writing a book, Social Media Marketing: An Hour a Day.

Dave kindly gave me an autographed copy when he received his shipment from Wiley Publishing. The book will be available in stores in a few days, but don’t wait. Order it now at the pre-release price-not just because you’ll save about $10, but because you will want to start reading and applying the knowledge he shares right away.

What sets this book apart are the 55 exercises Dave includes. Spend an hour a day working through these exercises, and you will not only have a firm grasp of the principles of social media marketing and metrics, you will have designed your own social media campaign and created a presentation to pitch it to your company.

It’s refreshing to find a book on social media that goes beyond theory into practical instruction. I’m not just reading Social Media Marketing; I plan on filling in all the worksheets in the back of this 432-page book.

If you’re in Austin, come to our October 16 meeting at Social Media Club. We’ll be giving away a copy of Dave’s book. And if your’re not fortunate enough to be in Austin, then click on the Amazon link above and order a copy.

Social Media Club dinner in San Marcos October 2008

Author Dave Evans on the back row, far right, at a tweetup
with members of Austin and San Antonio Social Media Clubs

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Connie Reece - who has written 152 posts on Every Dot Connects.

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3 Comments For This Post

  1. Beth Harte Says:

    Hi Connie, thanks for letting us know about Dave’s book. I love the “Hour-a-Day” series and I am looking forward to getting this one too!

  2. Mike Chapman Says:

    I can’t wait to get the book and use it on a daily basis.

    Looking at the photo I’ll bet there are easily 100,000 online connections that we should tell about his book. I’ll do my part by twittering about it right now.


  3. Brian Massey Says:

    If the book is as colorful as that shirt Dave’s wearing, we’re in for a treat.