I was in Barnes & Noble yesterday and decided to pick up a few books. I really am not big on reading books, I much prefer audio books that I can download and listen to on my ipod, or while I’m working on the computer. I never even got around to reading the Perry Marshall Adwords ebook I ordered a few weeks ago. Let’s hope I actually get to read these! I’m leaving for Cancun, Mexico for a week on Saturday, so I’ll try and read one or two of them on the flight and recap/review them on the blog. Here’s what I picked up:
THE ADSENSE CODE, by Joel Comm
This one is an older book, but I came across an article online yesterday which inspired me to pick up the books. It’s sub titled "What Google Never Told You About Making Money with Adsense", so that seems cool enough. I’ve been fortunate enough to make over six-figures using Google Adsense and seven-figures using Yahoo Publisher Network, so anything new the book can teach me would really be cool.
THEDIP, by Seth Godin
A new book on the shelves from Mr. Godin. Seth Godin is already a well known marketing genius and I haven’t read any of this work yet. This one really grabbed my attention because it’s sub titled "A Little Book That Teaches You When to Quit (and When to Stick)". Though it can relate to almost anything, I thought about how it related to PPC marketing and knowing when to give up on a crappy campaign and move on, and vise versa. I’m really looking forward to this one and if I love it, I’ll definitely pick up a few of his other books.
THE 4-HOUR WORK WEEK, by Timothy Ferriss
Everyone is talking about this book, so I want to see what it’s all about. Personally, I love to work online and make money… it’s really more fun than work, since I’m the boss and not forced into anything. Timothy went from a $40k a year job and working 80 hours a week to making $40,000+ a month and on only4 hours a week! This one should also be a nice read.
Has anyone else read these titles, or have any other great titles to recommend? I will try and review each of these titles and might startup a "Marketing Books" review section to the blog. Let me know what you think.