The new Platform book everyone is talking about

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Michael Hyatt’s new book Platform: Get Noticed in a Noisy World is receiving a lot of praise. Hyatt is the chairman of Christian Publishers Thomas Nelson. DJ Chuang says in his blog review that it is “hands down the best book I’ve ever seen about blogging and social media!”

Whether you are a non-profit or ministry looking to extend your voice, or an outreach team wishing to use social media to directly touch outsiders, this book is for you. Check this 9-minute interview with Hyatt ▸

If you’ve read it, what did you find helpful? Please add your comments.

This infographic by Hyatt is a taster for the principles explained in the book ▾

Platform by Michael Hyatt

There’s more

Here are 3 more infographics which though business related, may contain insights for non-profits and ministries.

And check this key advice: 5 Surefire Ways to Never Get Noticed by Anybody.

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