Thanks for making the Word of Mouth book a bestseller

In case you missed Andy’s post on it yesterday, Word of Mouth Marketing: How Smart Companies Get People Talking had a huge week last week:

#6 New York Times Bestseller
#1 Amazon Business Bestseller
#1 USA TODAY Money Bestseller
#1 B& Bestseller


But we’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: This is more than a book to us, it’s a movement. And word of mouth is more than a marketing tactic, it’s a fundamental philosophy.

To everyone who joined in by pre-ordering, forwarding, talking, sharing, blogging, and recommending the book, thank you.

With your help, a whole bunch of new folks are going to get their hands on this word of mouth idea. They’re going see that the best way to make money is to make people happy — and that’s a win for all of us.

P.S. Want a free word of mouth workbook? We had such a strong response from our workbook giveaway, we’ve decided to extend it. Just send us your receipt from AmazonB&, or your favorite bookstore to and we’ll send you our 16-page Word of Mouth Workbook (PDF).


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