“Business & Government” includes more than just business and government here at Main Library. Our collection includes books on education, history, relationships and more. One area of interest to many readers is social media, and you’ll find books covering online etiquette, business models for social media companies, how to use social media to find a job, and other uses. We also offer a fair number of titles for more casual reading. Here’s a sample of books you can ask for (summarized by the publishers):
Job Searching with Social Media for Dummies / Joshua Waldman
This guide to using social media to find a job explains the benefits of using sites like LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook for networking. It offers tips on creating an effective online profile, discusses how to develop a personal online brand, and includes other helpful job search strategies. Learn how to craft resumes with LinkedIn, video, and more, using Twitter, Facebook, and other sites.
This excellent curated collection of observations is an all-in-one resource that should offer business marketers a wealth of guidance. Discover the difference between online relations and social media as well as how to build a compelling social media program. With social media constantly changing, this is a good resource to help you keep up with the many changes and adjust your platform accordingly.
Imagine your favorite classic tales retold in Facebook format, through news feeds and notifications. What could that do to the rendering of many interpretations of classic literature? Check out this book and see how your favorite tales are reimagined and retold in the light of social media.
Kabani, president of the web marketing firm, Marketing Zen, offers an essential guide for using social media tools to help businesses succeed. Tips include how to start, maintain, and grow in marketing strategies; how to identify a target group; and social advertising. This is the perfect book for those who want to expand their marketing potential.