Public Sector Marketing Pro made it to the Best New PR Books
I actually cannot believe I'm writing this! What a way to end the decade!
 
Last Friday I discovered that my book Public Sector Marketing Pro was named the top PR book of 2020 by Book Authority. The website collects and ranks the best books in the world, so it is a great honour to get this kind of recognition.
 
It's reviews are also featured on CNN, Inc and Forbes.
 
I topped the list of seven new PR books recently launched. See the list here.

Purchase your copy on Amazon today

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Want a FREE copy and a FREE seat at my social media masterclass?

To mark this milestone which makes me happy and proud beyond words, I'm giving away 10 FREE copies of my award-winning book and one FREE place to my January social media masterclass taking place on January 23rd in the Aisling Hotel in Dublin.

I know many of you have a copy from attending my Summit and book launch in June, but hey you can enter too and give it as a gift this Christmas.

Simply tell me why you need the book and the FREE place at the masterclass.

Entries close December 20th at 5.00pm.

CLICK HERE TO ENTER

 

About BookAuthority

BookAuthority is the world's leading website for nonfiction book recommendations, helping people find the best books on any topic. It covers topics that range from startups, marketing and finance, through javascript, artificial intelligence and bitcoin, to fitness, history and personal development.

BookAuthority serves millions of book recommendations every month, was ranked #1 on ProductHunt, and has been featured on CNN, Forbes and Inc.

 

How did "Public Sector Marketing Pro" make it to the list?

Every day, the site scans the web for notable books on various topics. It then collects dozens of different signals about each book (such as public mentions, recommendations, ratings, sentiment and sales history) and uses a proprietary algorithm to rate each book.

Only the very best books are featured in BookAuthority's lists.

To keep our site objective and unbiased, ratings are calculated based purely on data. They do not accept authors' requests to feature a book, nor do they charge any money to be featured.

 

How are the books in the list ranked?

Books that were chosen to be featured on BookAuthority are ranked (#1, #2...) based on their star rating. The star rating for each book is calculated using a sophisticated algorithm, taking into account signals such as:

✔ Public mentions of the book
✔ Recommendations, ratings and reviews
✔ Analysing user behaviour and sentiment
✔ Sales history and velocity
✔ Book age, information and editions

 

Thank You!

Believe it or not, you guys are probably the reason that I made the top slot. Your active engagement and continued interest in my work and interaction online has been noted by the Book Authority algorithm! 

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