Update: and the winner is…
I used random.org to select a winner. Each individual’s entry was only counted once. If you left multiple comments, I only assigned you one number. The winner of the Scott Stratten’s, UnMarketing: Stop Marketing. Start Engaging, is… Number 3:
I hope you’ll enjoy the book as much as I did Bob! I can think of a few others in the #smmoc group who’d like to read it so once you’ve had a chance to, feel free to pass it along 🙂
Scott Stratten, author of UnMarketing: Stop Marketing. Start Engaging (affiliate link), is just about finishing his infamous UnBook Tour. If you missed out on his LinkedOC debut, no worries, Bryan Elliott has a great recap and interviews with Scott posted here. Now, what I love about Scott, is that he tells it like it is. And when he writes, he delivers the content in such a way that you feel like he’s sitting right there next to you, talking to you. He’s passionate. He’s funny. And when you’re done hearing him speak or when you’re done reading his book, you can’t help but feel pumped and ready to implement some of the lessons learned from his various captivating stories and marketing takeaways from how businesses can effectively utilize social media to build their brand or help their customers.
I have two copies of Scott’s book (both auto-graphed) and I’m giving one away but I’m gonna make you fight for it (sorta, not really, I’m not gonna ask you to punch anyone in the face or anything like that). I’m going to run a simple little contest…
Getting in on the contest is simple. All you have to do:
- Drop a comment down below telling me why you want the book (why you want to read it),
- Leave your best tip for how companies/individuals can start engaging (better) on the web.
I’ll stop taking entries at midnight (PDT) on Thursday, December 2nd and on Friday, December 3, 2010 I’ll select a winner at random who will be getting a Free auto-graphed copy of the book!
If you already have a copy and/or otherwise want to gift a copy to someone else or get a head-start on reading it, grab one here:
PHOTO CREDIT: Calvin Lee