Review: Guerrilla Networking

Guerrilla Networking: A Proven Battle Plan to Attract the Very People You Want to Meet
by Jay Conrad Levinson and Monroe Mann

# ISBN-10: 1600370160
# ISBN-13: 978-1600370168

Pros: Tells the hard truth about Networking.  Extremely enthusiastic.  Has actual examples.  Easy to read.

Cons: Book may be too simple for those that grasped its main point.  Enthusiasm can get overdone.  Repetitive.

Summary: A good book for people stuck in the mire of old-fashioned networking and in need of a lift.  Of questionable quality for a sophisticated professional.

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