Yesterday Trey and I launched our first book, The Nimble Nonprofit: An Unconventional Guide to Sustaining and Growing Your Nonprofit, with a ton of help from our Bright+3 colleague Ted Fickes.
Weâ€™re only a day into it, but itâ€™s been great fun so far: a ton of awesome reviews on Amazon, a bunch of great Twitter traffic, and even an unsolicited and really favorable full-on book review (thanks Bonnie Cranmer!).
In addition, I now have a “Jacob Smith” author page on Amazon. I wasnâ€™t expecting much when I logged in to set it up, but I must not have paid author pages much attention previously because it turns out theyâ€™re actually set up pretty well. In addition to what youâ€™d expect (profile, photo, etc.), they also allow you to bring in a Twitter feed and an RSS feed, which is a nice touch.
And great news if you are a Nook fan: The Nimble Nonprofit is now available at Barnes & Noble!
The book is in review at Apple, and as soon as it launches there we’ll announce it.
Weâ€™re thrilled to sent our little book out into the world, and we welcome your comments, critiques, and thoughts â€¦ send them our way:
- email: [email protected]
- Twitter: #nimblenpo
- web: http://brightplus3.com/