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Stephen Bush

John, I read your recent post and clicked through to the links you provided. I agree with your assessment of Jerry McGovern's Ten Steps and a lot of them to be useful. I was curious about your comment on Don Tapscott's "Wikinomics" and Network Theory. To me, when I clicked the link it appeared to be very mathematical. I am in the process of reading the Bryan and Jeffery Eisenberg's "Waiting for Your Cat to Bark?" and find it quite good. Once I've finished this is there a less theoretical Networking book you would suggest as a follow up or should I try Wikinomics.

Stephen Bush

John, I read your recent post and clicked through to the links you provided. I agree with your assessment of Jerry McGovern's Ten Steps and a lot of them to be useful. I was curious about your comment on Don Tapscott's "Wikinomics" and Network Theory. To me, when I clicked the link it appeared to be very mathematical. I am in the process of reading the Bryan and Jeffery Eisenberg's "Waiting for Your Cat to Bark?" and find it quite good. Once I've finished this is there a less theoretical Networking book you would suggest as a follow up or should I try Wikinomics.

AngeWayne

John i thin AIMS already achieve that speed you wants. The world of internet will never be master by some one, as time goes by a lot of technology exist new plug in, apps, themes, design, new way of promoting etc. So i do believe that you don't have that much of knowledge in internet marketing field, this is the field that moves continuously.

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