August 18, 2009

Unconventional Guide to the Social Web: Getting Your Message Out to the World

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Friends and readers, my first product in several months is now available for your consideration.

It’s called the Unconventional Guide to the Social Web, and the goal is to demystify the art of using social media to promote something without being lame.

—>Go here to learn more

Because there are no real experts in the field of online interaction– there’s just you and your message. The central question is:

How do you get your message out to the world?

If you’ve followed along for a while, you may know that I believe the answer is to find an audience that is already passionate about what you’re doing. Those people are out there– you just have to find them. This will help.

Who It’s For:

  • Anyone who wants to expand their reach in the online world
  • Bloggers who want more traffic and readers
  • Small Businesses who want greater customer interaction (and thus more loyal customers)
  • Reps for remarkable organizations who are willing to embrace change


Who It’s Not For:

  • People who don’t care about Twitter, Facebook, or online marketing
  • Anyone who believes that the internet should not be used for promotion
  • Cave-dwellers


What’s included:

A 30-page Yoga for the Social Web report, an audio recording on Social Networking for Introverts, audio interviews with several “non-experts,” a FAQ file, a video interview, an unconventional collection of social media success stories, and a number of additional bonuses.

There are three versions of the product to help people at different levels. For the first time, I’m also including the option to have a 30-minute, personal jump-start session. The jump-start session will be done by Gwen Bell, my co-conspirator in this project.

—>To check it out and learn more, hop over here.

Oh, and if you’d like to tell someone about this project, I’d really appreciate it. Thanks for your help!


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18 Responses to “Unconventional Guide to the Social Web: Getting Your Message Out to the World”

  1. Awesome Chris! I hope this guide lives up to the standards I’ve come to expect from The Art of Nonconformity. Congrats!

  2. Hey thanks, John! It looks like you picked up your copy in the first minute the page was available. I really appreciate your support. It’s been a lot of work putting everything together, but this is the fun part.

  3. Congratulations Chris! The guide looks awesome!

  4. Chris, I am eager to check out your latest product. I help people create, play, and expand in their own projects or companies. Social media is a great channel to do just that and I sure your guide will be very useful. I’ll surely recommend it to my readers. Thank you.

  5. Thanks for all your hard work and collaboration to get this together so quickly! Can’t wait to push this out to my tribes ;)

  6. Thanks Chris
    This guide is exactly what I need. I can’t wait to read it.

  7. As always it looks interesting and useful but it will have to wait until my cashflow improves. In case this gets misunderstood, I think the prices are reasonable; my cash on hand just isn’t.

  8. Congrats on the launch, Chris! Social Media as a whole needs a more down to earth, no BS voice like you have to offer…

    I can’t wait to get my hands on a copy! :)

  9. Chris, what a fun ride this has been. Collaborating with you rocks. I look forward to what’s next – and to supporting each other on the journey as we move forward with this. Awesome work.

  10. Awesome Chris. I posted your guide story to my blog at the Red Room. Both authors and aspiring writers and readers will see it.

    The Red Room has attracted authors such as Salman Rushdie, Khaled Hosseini, Amy Tan, Joyce Maynard, Ishmael Reed, James Patterson, Eckhart Tolle, Norman Mailer (1923-2007) and most importantly our President Barack Obama.

    Hope this will help many people.


  11. I just downloaded The Guide to The Social Web. Very Zen! In what I’ve read so far, it’s very readable and the best part is it causes some reflection on process. It’s always good to have a road map but the path you take is your own. Thanks Chris and Gwen.

  12. Yahoo! Big congratulations Chris and Gwen! It’s great to see your latest guide greet the world. I’m sure it’s as stellar as the rest of your work. And the cover- gorgeous! That Reese is the bad-assiest.

  13. Wonderful, Chris. I’m at work pretending to be working, typing quietly so nobody knows what I’m doing. Can’t wait to get home and check it out.

    Thanks as always

  14. Congrats on an AMAZING launch Chris! Snapped up my copy on the very first day. I like the fact that it reminds me to breathe. :-)

    Have a fantastic trip!

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  17. Very cool stuff, Chris. Will most definitely be checking this out.

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