Fall 2014 Edition of 500 Social Media Marketing Tips Out Now!

Hey everyone, just a quick post to let you know that the Fall 2014 edition of 500 Social Media Marketing Tips has just been published, and is available to purchase right now.  

There are over 60 new updates since the Summer edition (published June 2014) in the most up-to-date social media book available, and you can find a summary of them here.

Buy your copy at your usual Amazon website. Click a link below:

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Bonus!

Tweet me a photo of your Fall 2014 copy of 500 Social Media Marketing Tips with the hashtag #500socialmedia and I'll tweet you  back a little gift :) I'm @andrewmacarthy.

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