The True Story of Fake News is the media, social sciences, politics and U.S elections book which tells how media is controlling our lives. Mark Dice is the author of this superb book. Today, there are billions of users who are daily viewing their social media accounts. A few years ago, media was considered as newspaper, radio and television channels but now it is totally transformed into social media. Social media is the biggest source of spreading fake news and there is no one to check it. Have you ever wonder who create those fake news, how they spread and how we can stop them? How powerful people use these resources to achieve their objectives and get what they wanted.
“Platform: Get Noticed in a Noisy World” takes readers behind the scenes, into the new world of social media success. Michael Hyatt is the author of this book. Michael is a professional blogger, author, and speaker whose blog is consistently ranked in the top three for Productivity, Leadership, Publishing, and Social Media Marketing. Hyatt’s depth of knowledge, his practical tips, and examples that resulted in his own success make his message compelling and strong. Yet, he never talks down to the reader. His book is chock full of useful information for a person setting out to create a brand, blog and social media platform for that brand/blog.
It provides incredibly simple, step by step stuff. If you are under 30 and/or already use Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc., you will skim by maybe 10% of the book. If you aren’t active in social media already, this will be incredibly helpful. It doesn’t get too nitty gritty into the details, but it gives you a great outline for the first year or so of blogging/developing a brand so that you can be specific about what you need to research/look into more for each moment in that first year or so.
“LikeWar: The Weaponization of Social Media” opens with a telling quote: “It sounds a dreadful thing to say, but these are things that didn’t necessarily need to be true as long as they’re believed. Alexander Nix”. Authors P. W. Singer and Emerson T. Brooking do a pretty good job of tracing the trajectory of social media from its scant beginnings to its contemporary (and growing) role as a political weapon. The authors have done extensive research and seem determined to include every note they made. Much of the content is conclusionary, some of it reasonable, some not.
One of the best sections of the book and perhaps the key to the entire book is the author’s rendition of how Taylor Swift became an Instagram icon and how terrorist group ISIS emulated her style. The book also goes into the history of the internet, as well as the beginnings of social media. It gives us a little history on the early years of social media, focusing on details. It discusses how ISIS, Russia, the US, China, and others have used the internet and social media over the years as well as the rise of the citizen journalist. In short, it is a great book the tells the true power of social media.
Freakishly Effective Social Media for Network Marketing is the multilevel marketing and social media business book which shares the proven techniques and methods to promote business in style. Ray Higdon and Jessica Higdon are the guys behind this fantastic book. This is an incredible book which teaches the best way of promoting your business through social media. Social media is the gold rush in the 21st century where people found success and fame over one night. Every business can easily be promoted through social media and it helps people to build the reputation of their business.
This book shares the different strategies and proven methods for network marketing in social media. Identify the different kind of posts on social media which are beneficial for your business and which are not good for your business. What kind of things you can use in your profile as introduction what to avoid. Learn the four-step process to increase the followers and tips to follow while going live. What are the techniques to build relations and trust with your viewers on social media? How to identify your mistakes and how to get over them. This is a comprehensive book which shares the incredible techniques to build network marketing through social media.
Social Media Made Me Rich is the social media for business and web marketing book which reveals the hidden secrets of becoming rich through social media. Matthew Loop is the author of this outstanding book. What’s the reason behind the successful entrepreneurs and why they spare a huge budget for marketing their products? Are you tired of working forty hours in the week despite the fact you dislike your job? Have you ever feel, you are not fit for this particular job and you wanted to do something else or creative? If you won’t have these questions and you are serious about your life then definitely no one can stop you to achieve what you got in your mind.
This book will teach you how to turn your idea into a digital product such as online courses, eBooks, programs, coaching, and software, etc. It makes your impact bigger and you will finally able to do what you always love. You will learn how to get more profit from social media accounts such as Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and Facebooks, etc. How to make a million dollar plan from ground level and execute it firmly. What makes your idea attractive and how to become an expert in your industry? How to attract more customers and increase your sales than ever?
Alone Together is the mid-life management and social media guide which describes the cons of technology in our daily life. Sherry Turkle is the author of this fantastic book. Growing up in today’s modern world is a lot different as compared to a few decades ago. Today, everything circulates around technology and our life is measured by the number of friends we have on social media. This technology also destroyed our relations and today we are tearing apart the emotions of people through texting. We did not know the inner emotions of people. We can’t focus on anything if we keep an internet connection on or sometimes we can’t wait to see the reach of our snapshot post.
Now, the people rely on their phone more like checking email, history of homework, calculator and perform other tasks. Face to face conversation is almost rare and when it happens then they have nothing to talk about after a few minutes. The technology makes you feel petty and worse about yourself while seeing continuously perfect models on TV channels or social media and keeps reminding that you are not fit. The people tend to focus on taking pictures and they can’t enjoy the moments of seeing beauty. We waste a lot of time on social media, Netflix and many other sources.