Developing Internet Relationships in the 21st Century using Google+
This how-to book is for those keen to build solid relationships both face to face and over the internet. It will also enable you to maximise you effectiveness on Social Media.
Whether you want to deepen fellowship in your local church or office, build camaraderie on your baseball team, or improve your Twitter or Facebook presence, Building Community: Developing Internet Relationships in the 21st Century using Google+ has something to offer you. E-book price $2.99 Print version $5.99
The internet buzzes with talk both for and against social media. Perhaps the number one concern is that social media seems to be replacing face-to-face relationships, although it is not really a substitute. With this in mind, we have composed a book designed with an “if you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em” mentality. In the best possible way, Building Community: Developing Internet Relationships in the 21st Century using Google+ will help you to develop sincere connections through online media, not to replace face-to-face relationships but to create the opportunity to build more of them by starting with an online connection. Author Sarah Tun with Marketing Expert, Writing Coach, and Author Tom Blubaugh have put together this “how to” book to give everyone an equal opportunity to pull from the internet the coaching and the work to do just that.
Who this book is for:
Do you want to be effective in your local community: in person or on line?
Are you new to social media and don’t know the terminology? Vocabulary is key to learning how to develop your social media presence.
Are you seeking to build community within the social media network?
Are you unfamiliar with Google+ and all the intricacies of building a far-reaching community platform?
If you have said “Yes” to any of then above, then this book is for you!
What others have to say about Building Community:
Anyone interested in selling a product and reaching out to others should read this book.
- Ada Brownell, author
I love this book. It has a great deal of technical material, but it is set in a completely human context, the context of our connections with one another. Beautiful.
- Katherine Harms, editor
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Sarah has travelled the world and has lived on 3 continents, mixing with people of different cultures and socio-economic backgrounds. Her work has encompassed several industries: in Education as a teacher, in Business as an entrepreneur, and in Entertainment as a performing artist. As a follower of Christ, she has led prayer groups and both children’s and adult’s worship in various churches in England and Canada. Co-hosting Revelation TV’s breakfast show “Our Mornings” has enabled her to minister to people via satellite. in 2013 she established Larus Press as an imprint for her books, whose mission it is to break open opportunity for others to be all they have been created to be.
Tom Blubaugh is an author, literary strategist and marketing expert. He was raised in a small town in southeast Kansas. He began writing poetry at age fourteen, but has written nonfiction most of his adult life. He self-published his first book, Behind the Scenes of the Bus Ministry, in 1974, and wrote articles for denominational and business magazines from 1975 through 1995. He co-wrote The Great Adventure for Barbour Publishing Co. in 2009. Bound by Faith Publishers published his first novel, Night of the Cossack, in April, 2011 at age of 69. Tom has been a public speaker for over forty years, and is currently a Literary Strategist working one-on-one with authors and writers in all aspects of the publishing arena, social media, brand building, and book marketing. Tom has been a self-employed entrepreneur since 1973, and is married to Barbara; they have six children and fourteen grandchildren. See: http://tomblubaugh.net/ for more information.