Orange, CA (PRWEB) March 12, 2011
Recognizing the popularity of e-readers, the publishers of Me Paradox have decided that a Kindle edition is the best way to get the important information in the book to the most readers, especially since the information in Me Paradox is so paramount to online activities.
In 2010, Ken Auletta, writing in The New Yorker, said, “E-books are booming. Although they account for only an estimated three to five percent of the market, their sales increased a hundred and seventy-seven per cent in 2009, and it was projected that they would eventually account for between twenty-five and fifty per cent of all books sold.”
But it’s more than a sales thing. Me Paradox is about helping people be more aware of their online reputation. As e-readers (with Amazon Kindle as the most popular) are an online channel for social engagement, having Me Paradox available on e-readers is a necessity.
Kindle Edition: http://amzn.to/fSmTrs
About the Book:
By helping readers manage their online reputations, Me Paradox: Gain the Social Business Edge illustrates more than 50 key activities that help them earn more money, more autonomy, more respect, more knowledge, more opportunities, and all things that differentiate their careers. Me Paradox is the first definitive book on succeeding in social business using online reputation management and the catalyst that activates regard.
Along with the Kindle edition, Me Paradox also has an increased web presence, again keeping in line with the information in the book. With 500 Twitter followers in the first two weeks, and a Facebook fan page, Me Paradox is well on its way to spreading the word about gaining the social business edge. Find information about Me Paradox at the following places:
Twitter: @meparadoxbook: http://twitter.com/meparadoxbook
About the Author:
Chae J. Pak is a recognized strategic digital media professional with extensive experience developing and managing new media, advanced technologies, and convergent businesses. With his in-depth knowledge of the interactive channel and social business, Chae has successfully tackled challenges for industry-leading companies including Toyota Motors, Cisco, Bank of America, EMC, and YUM Brands. Chae is the Founder and Managing Partner at RowHouse, a Media Design Firm. Chae’s passion for the last 12 years has been the Internet. Most recently, he has taken on a 4-year investigation into how a reputation online has become an integral part of building and managing a successful brand.