Smarter, Faster, Cheaper

A look at David Garland's first book.
Jan | 26 | 2011

Jan | 26 | 2011

I read quite a bit and had the pleasure of checking out Garland’s first book, Smarter, Faster, Cheaper.

If you’re new to social media or are unsure about how to navigate this brave new world, this is the book for you. I know a great deal about social media, so the content wasn’t entirely new to me. It didn’t have the impact on me that books by Mitch Joel and Chris Brogan did.

Still, Garland’s passion and accessible style coupled with real world examples make this a valuable book for those looking to do more with their online presences.

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