The “Be-Attitudes:” Creating influence on Facebook

I wanted to let you all know that I’ve created a cool new eBook for you called “The Be-Attitudes: Creating Influence on Facebook.”

This was a fun project that involved 35 of my absolute social media heroes like Mitch Joel, Gini Dietrich, Liz Strauss, C.C. Chapman, Shelly Kramer, Jay Baer, Tom Webster, and Jessica Northey.

It’s short, it’s fun, it’s useful. What’s not to like?

This was a collaborative effort with Chuck Kent of Creative On Call, who did the great design work for the project.  Be sure to let Chuck know that you appreciate his vision on this publication.

Enjoy the insights and don’t forget to share it with your friends.

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  • Great line-up. Can’t wait to check out. Thanks for sharing Mark!

  • Giuseppe Fratoni

    Great insights Mark!
    Thanks a lot 🙂

  • Thanks Ted!

  • Glad you enjoyed it.

  • I love this!! What a creative idea. Thanks so much for sharing. The results of smart minds collaborating! Awesome … I will share on my FB page 🙂

  • Thanks for sharing Mark, valuable content and insights!! I added this to my “top drawer” iPad collection!

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  • Nicely constructed

  • Love knowing Chuck does this kind of work. I need slides down when Spin Sucks comes out and I hadn’t even considered him. Duh. Thanks for bringing that to my attention. This is really well done – it’s fun to see how it turned out. Thanks for pulling it together, Mark. Good luck today!

  • Chuck Kent

    Well, now you know! Slides, songs (“Spin Sucks: The Musical”), video web series, Super Bowl ads … whatever you want to turn it in to. (And everybody but you and Mark reading this think I’m kidding…)

  • This is very interesting @markwilliamschaefer:disqus until a year ago I kept my Facebook network 100% separated from my work life. It is still 100% locked down private. And while I now have in my network quite a few work related contacts now, because my work and private life have melded I stopped using Facebook (one of the many reasons). But I can see creating a new account just for business purposes so prospective clients can see that side of me. And have a different type of content than I do on Twitter. Could be worthwhile. Great slideshare.

  • I know I couldn’t find any on that list of dubious talent 8) And Mark knows I tried hard too.

  • Ross Quintana

    I enjoyed this post and the insight from so many people. Patterns always emerge and for me I was able to connect with a few people I wasn’t connected with yet and also rethink my strategies. Thanks 1.2 billion Mark :]

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