Thank You!

In our new eBook, Facebook Timeline for Conversions & ROI, we showed you how to use the Timeline to drive customer engagement, get more fans, and ultimately increase sales.

We have been overwhelmed by the response to the book and want to say Thank You to all the authors that wrote about the eBook and all those who downloaded the book.  We had over 3000 downloads of the eBook!

A big Thank You to the following authors for spreading the word:

Shashi Bellamkonda

Shashi Bellamkonda (http://www.shashi.co/) at TechCocktail finds our solution to the problem of the loss of default landing pages helpful.  He writes, “The level of detail covered by the e-book is really helpful for any sized business to get started with meeting online goals.”

(http://go.hy.ly/HEmTRd)

Andreea Cojocariu

Andreea Cojocariu at DeckInsights likes the new opportunities the Timeline provides brands for increasing visitor engagement. She describes it as “a really good (free) eBook that discusses ROI with the new Facebook timeline along with some helpful tips on optimizing your new page.”

(http://go.hy.ly/Hujr8H)

Guy Kawasaki

Guy Kawasaki shares the eBook with his Google+ followers. Speaking of Google+, he’s got a really fantastic book on the subject called “What the Plus! Google+ for the Rest of Us” that you can download for under $3!

(http://go.hy.ly/HYtjGp)

Jason Falls

Jason Falls at Social Media Explorer shares our eBook with his readers and notes that “We don’t typically offer up blog posts to other people’s e-books and the like at SME. When we do, you should know they’re pretty good.”

(http://go.hy.ly/Hybv8j)

Shonali Burke

Shonali Burke at Waxing Unlyrical thinks the Timeline is more useful than it may have initially seemed. She writes that ”it gives you some really practical advice on not freaking out over the new Timeline, but making it work for you.”

(http://go.hy.ly/HsLzZn)

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