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We’re in brick and mortar stores!

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Twittfaced is now starting to show up in more and more stores. Back east the book is available in Barnes and Noble and Borders stores. Since both Jacob and I live out west we’ll be patiently waiting for it to make it our direction so we can take a picture of it and share it with everyone.

Huge thanks to everyone who had bought the book, reviewed it, and enjoyed it.

Josh

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Badges? We don’t need no stinkin’ badges!

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TwittFaced

It’s absolutely true that you don’t NEED a badge, but after looking at that gorgeous badge above you know you really want one. I’ve got one, on my site and I’m sure Jacob will have his up soon.

All you need to do to get this amazing little guy is copy the following code into your blog, page, site, profile, etc.

<a href=”http://www.twittfacedthebook.com”><img src=”http://www.twittfacedthebook.com/img/TF_ITF.png” alt=”TwittFaced”></a>

Thanks for reading and if you haven’t ordered your copy of TwittFaced yet… what’s stopping you?
Josh “Shua” Peters

p.s. I’ve received a few reports that for some reason the code isn’t working on a couple platforms unless you delete the ” and put them back in on the img tag. I’m looking into it right now.

update: Looks like it’s something weird with the font we’re using on the blog, it’s causing some platforms to not recognize the code as code. Once the web designer gets a few minutes we’ll get this fixed. I apologize for the inconvenience. Until then you can copy and paste the code from the comments and just delete the spaces between < a  and < /

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4 ways to win a free copy of TwittFaced!

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TwittFaced sounds exciting, informative, and overall delicious right? Of course it does. You wouldn’t be here if it didn’t… right? Right! I’m going to keep this short and sweet. First I’m going to tell you what TwittFaced means (it’s important for the contest).

TwittFaced is not a euphanism for getting drunk and using FaceBook or Twitter. TwittFaced is describing the aha moment of social media. When you get it, when it clicks. It’s the moment of enlightenment when you transcend the banality of throwing snowballs on FaceBook or the I’m eating cereal for breakfast type of tweet and realize there is a deep meaning and value to it all. That there are real conversations filled with passion and meaning behind it taking place on these networks and they can be a valuable tool both personally and professionally.

That’s not to say that throwing snowballs at your friends on FaceBook or Twitpic’ing an awesome meal your having isn’t fun or that we don’t do it. It’s the realization that there is more and that you can do more with it than that.

Now that we have that out of the way here are the 4 ways to win a signed copy of the book and will be giving away a total of 8 books. So look below to see how you can win.

1. Join the TwittFaced Fan Page and post a message to the wall telling us why you want to get TwittFaced.

2. Upload a video to the Fan Page describing when you first got TwittFaced, or if you haven’t quite had that aha moment yet, why you want to have it.

3. Tweet the following message and link: I want to get #TwittFaced for FREE http://bit.ly/FreeTwittFaced

4. Write a blog post telling the story of when you got TwittFaced. In order for the post to count you need to do 2 things. 1) link to this site. 2) Tell us about your post (and link to it) in the comments section of THIS post. So bookmark it, write it down, tattoo it to your forehead because it needs to be in the comments of THIS post (there I said it twice).

There will be 2 books awarded at random for each method of entry. So you have 8 total chances if you participate in all 4. I’m excited to see what you come up with.

Thanks for reading,
Josh

UPDATE: The winners have been announced on Facebook and Twitter. We will be contacting you for your mailing address

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Welcome to the book site

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Obviously the site is up, and it looks great. A HUGE thanks to my good friend Adam Welling for designing the site. As the days roll on to the launch of the book we will use this site to give some updates, load up some bonus stuff for the book (links and such), and also give you a few ways to win a signed copy of the  book.

We look forward to hearing from you and hope you’ll enjoy the book.

Josh

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