Since I first registered with Facebook back in 2006, I have slowly learned my way around social media and the different sites that are out there. When I began blogging in 2009, I had just discovered Twitter and all of its awesomeness and way figuring out Tweetdeck and Tweetgrid right along with Twitter Parties. In the beginning I spent so much time on the internet researching how to do things, teaching myself how to code, and then I turned to books. No joke….I bought 5 different Dummies books to teach myself more.
Since then, I have relied heavily on different Dummies books in order to learn more and in addition to my personal sites, I also run a business/customer service site for my dad’s business. The Social Media Commerce for Dummies book by Marsha Collier has been a great help over the past week. I have learned how to get my dad’s company out there more, how to further utilize and grow our eBay business and really how to promote the brand along with the products and services my dad offers.
Not only has this book helped me with my dad’s business but I have started to pull bits and pieces of it into my own business as well and I look forward to watching both of our businesses continue to thrive.
You can grab your copy of Social Media Commerce for Dummies right now!
Disclosure: I received a promotional copy of this book in order to facilitate this review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. This post does contain an affiliate link.
Anne Younger is a full-time wife and stay at home mom of 4.....soon to be 5! After spending most of her 20's as a single mom, she met a wonderful man, fell in love, got pregnant, got married and welcomed 2 more children in her life and is currently expecting another! Anne started The Megalomaniac Mommy blog in April 2009 as a way to reach out and connect with other moms and it has become a passion of hers! Anne has been a brand ambassador for many great brands including Crayola, Verizon, Disney and many, many more.