Win a free copy of The Now Revolution

28 Apr

This dynamic book, co-authored by social media’s big one-two punch Jay Baer and Amber Naslund, is not about the technology of social media.

Ok, you will find some pretty cool nuggets in here. But there is a bigger story being told.

It’s a book about how businesses need to face up to the way consumers embrace social media.

(Hang on for your chance to win a FREE copy. It’s coming.)

It doesn’t matter if you’re a monolithic multinational or a puny sole-proprietor, your customers’ use of social media, to evaluate your business offering and share their opinion of it to whomever they are socially connected with, carries the same risk and reward. The consumer – not the businesses – have levelled the playing field.

The Now Revolution is a step-by-step guide to help your business adapt to this reality,

The book is broken down into 7 major sections, but you could further reduce those to 3 key areas of change: Get faster, be smarter and become more social.

This requirement for change will permeate every aspect of your organization and what The Now Revolution does so well is to direct you where to look internally in order to make those shifts. All in less than 200 pages! That’s killer.

(Still waiting to find out how to win a FREE copy? Stay with me.)

Copeland brought Jay Baer to Victoria last November to help with growth in our social offering. I have to admit I was expecting the book to be something of a rehash of his advice over the day and a half he was with us. But that’s not The Now Revolution. It has its own agenda.

Looking for some guidance about how to make money through Social Media? Look somewhere else.

Ready to become a change manager within your organization and steer your company to take advantage of the New Consumer?

The Now Revolution is your book.


Of course you do! Simply go to the Copeland website and hunt around for Jay Baer’s head in our work. It’s hidden in there somewhere but you are going to have to look for it. Clicking on it will automatically generate a tweet to us. We’ll toss your entry into a cyber hat and announce the winner at 5pm today.

UPDATE: The book was won by Louisa @AlgomaFallFest in Sault Ste Marie, Ontario. Thanks to everyone who entered and hunted for Jay’s head!


9 Responses to “Win a free copy of The Now Revolution”

  1. :]ack April 28, 2011 at 9:15 am #

    Smart contest Doug…and fun head placement 😉

  2. dougbrowncreative April 28, 2011 at 9:33 am #

    Thanks Jack! That’s actually my chihuahua that looks like Jay. Strictly entre nous of course.

  3. Reg April 28, 2011 at 10:28 am #

    Fun, and motivational, contest, Doug — thanks for offering it up. Great way to tour your work, too. Love the logo and treatment the Raptors at Church and State — clever and bold/memorable without being trite; rather, it literally and figuratively blends the two experiences into one. Nice.

    Crossing my fingers on the contest, but either way, I’ve won. Thanks!

  4. Petra Franke April 28, 2011 at 10:53 am #

    well Doug…great job at the game of “Where’s Jay”. i looked and looked….to no avail. Maybe i didnt look deep enough. I did enjoy the adventure of exploring Copeland’s portfolio. Thanks for the break.

  5. dougbrowncreative April 28, 2011 at 11:06 am #

    > Hey thanks a lot Reg! I saw your tweet come through. Appreciate the props on the Raptors logo too. I will let you know if you are the winner by 5pm today.

    > Petra you have to go to Our Work and look through the pieces. There is a hint in one of the comments above. Don’t give up!

  6. Stephan Rosger April 28, 2011 at 11:23 am #

    I like this one Doug, very clever!

  7. dougbrowncreative April 28, 2011 at 11:26 am #

    Cheers Stephan! Erm… I notice you didn’t enter however…

  8. Louisa May 2, 2011 at 8:31 am #

    I WON, YEAH! And thanks for running the contest.


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