Posted February 22, 2008 8:29 am by with 6 comments

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If you’ve made plans to attend Danny Sullivan’s SMX West next week, I hope you’ll join me for an exclusive book signing.

Radically Transparent: Monitoring and Managing Reputations is starting to ship and I’ll have 50 free copies to sign and give away at SMX West.

The book signing is sponsored by Aquent–you can thank them for the free books–and will take place at their booth on Wednesday 27th at 6pm.

As well as the book giveaway, you can catch me speaking on the following panels:

  • Reputation Monitoring & Management Through Search – What do people find when they search for you by name? Is it negative? If so, what do you do? What can you do? Depending on the situation, there are a range of tactics that may help. This session explores the issue.
  • SEO & Blogging – Blogging can help SEO in a variety of ways. Blog posts are “syndicated,” meaning your content — and your links — spread across the web. There are also dedicated blog search engines with readers you might be missing, if you’re not blogging. This session introduces you to blogging and the SEO advantages it offers.

I hope to see you there!

  • Just ordered your book from Amazon Andy…..

    Hope it’s superior to the rest of the crap out there 😉

    I suspect it will be….


  • I might have to pick up the book myself…looks good.

  • I’m so there!

  • Going to grab a copy today, it looks fantastic buddy =)

  • I’ve been one of the first to pan “SEO (and related) Books” – even SEW quoted me a few weeks back 😉

    I buy every SEO book out there and to be honest almost all are crapola – I think I enjoyed John Battelle “The Search” the most…

    I have a gut feeling this is going to be a winner – I’ve been in biz for 10 years + and need something besides Rand or Aaron beside me to wake me up sometimes when I forget the things I need to be doing 😉

    Charlotte, NC

  • Thanks guys. We held nothing back, so I hope you’ll find it very valuable–and entertaining.