Top critical review
Regardless of who you are you probably will be disappointed with this book.
Reviewed in the United States on March 26, 2016
Just OK. Nothing special. I pulled this book off my public library's shelf in the new publications section. Surprising since it has a copyright date of December 10th, 2014, and today's date as I write this review is March 26, 2016. Apparently the book is not all that popular because there are only four reviews posted on Amazon, three of which predate the publication date. Were they professional reviewers given advance copies of the book? And the one other review is written by someone a few days after the publication date and she claims to have known the author for 5 years.
The reason I gave this book a middle-rating is because it didn't do much for me, but it didn't rub me wrong enough to tank it with a 1 or 2 star rating. The book is small, pretty short, and wordy. It was boring, i.e., not much fun to read. When I read the cover I got the feeling that the target market was small sole proprietorships who can use some advice about the Internet and how to use it for marketing purposes. But when I studied the Table of Contents and started reading the book the subjects were pretty much only relevant to companies bigger (and usually, much bigger) than sole proprietorships. If you don't have employees in your company, then this book won't be of much value to you. And if you do have employees, then you probably will want a real legal tome rather than some general consumer model. 3 stars!