Developing Internet Relationships in the 21st Century Using Google+
by Sarah Tun and Tom Blubaugh
If you want to make a friend, you invest time and effort. Initially, a mutual attraction draws people together. In relationships that last, however, people invest time, share things in common and deepen the connection between them. This is also the way forward when you develop relationships through social media. Community matters to Google. Google+ offers the potential to engage meaningfully in both the real world and the virtual world.
I bought this book a few months back but had to defer reading it until some urgent matters that required my full attention had been dealt with. I find now that this was to my detriment, as I was involved in some election matters which could have benefitted significantly from the information in this book which the author has shared most generously.
The content is set out clearly and in such a way that those who are not familiar with social media would be able to adapt to the instructions quite easily and the comprehensive chapters of the book effectively offer a training course that one would pay much more to attend than the modest cover price of this wonderful book.
I commend Sarah Tun for once again delivering such a superb product and would also like to acknowledge the input of her collaborator, Tom Blubaugh. I can’t recommend the book highly enough – and as I have not come across any others dealing with the subject matter so effectively, I really can emphasise my view that buying this book is money well spent.