What the Plus! Google+ for the Rest of Us by Guy Kawasaki

What the Plus by Guy Kawasaki
Update: (May 24 2012 2:04 PM +8 GMT)

Since Google made great changes regarding Google+'s interface more than a month ago, Guy Kawasaki revised "What the Plus!". I personally think that Google+'s UI is pretty much self explanatory, and what makes 'What the Plus!' worth buying are the tips and tricks to a better Google+ experience itself.

In case you are interested or haven't picked up a copy yet, now is the time to get it! The version 2.0 of What the Plus! Google+ for the Rest of Us is on sale for only $0.99 for a limited time on the Amazon Kindle Store and on iTunes (as for me, I got a free copy again of the revised edition as one of the books' beta testers *insert smug smile here*).

It's no secret that I love Google+. If you look back at my blog archive, majority of my posts over the last few months are Google+ related. So when Guy Kawasaki announced that he's looking for beta testers for his new book about Google+, I volunteered happily and was lucky enough to be chosen as one of the beta testers.

When G+ first came out, everyone expected it to be like Facebook. A lot of people were disappointed, and even went far as to say that Google+ failed. This book clearly explains why Google+ is different from other social networks, and why you should not think of it as another Facebook. 

While this is a guide book, don't worry. It's definitely not boring and it's short enough to read in an hour. The content is simple but concise, containing a myriad of tips and tricks that I'm sure even existing Google+ users would find very informative and useful. 

I cannot even put into words how much I want to urge everyone to give Google+ a spin. Read this book, and I'm sure you'd find Guy Kawasaki's enthusiasm contagious. 

What the Plus! is available for free (limited time only) in this website:

Or you can buy the ebook on 

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