Win @BryanKramer’s Book “There is no B2B or B2C: It’s Human to Human #H2H”

By November 30, 2014Giveaways
Win Bryan Kramer’s Book There is no B2B or B2C: It’s Human to Human H2H
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This giveaway has ended.


Thanks to all our entrants. We hope our winners enjoy the book as much as we did.

  • Christine, Ohio
  • Mark, Ohio
  • Ted, Massachusetts
  • Brett, Georgia
  • Chantal, New York
  • Honorable Winner: Melanie, Arizona

Read our book review of #H2H here.

About The Book

Bryan Kramer's #H2HIn Human to Human #H2H, Bryan explores the many facets of why and how communication today needs to be adjusted to keep up with our ever-evolving and fast moving social and digital world.

Through anecdotes from his own experiences as president of a Silicon Valley marketing firm, he both inspires new ways of finding commonality in our humanity, but also practical tools to think like a human marketer again.

Specifically, you’ll learn:

  • The Four Rules of Social Context
  • How Human Sensory Building will make you a better Marketer
  • The Secrets to Making Ideas Crowd Worthy, with real world examples
  • How to be “Delightfully Disruptive”
  • Insights into building a Social Business
  • What it means to have a “Focker Moment” and why they should be celebrated
Ralph M. Rivera
Hi, I'm Ralph! I'm a web developer at Rahvalor Interactive, a creative marketing services company that I founded in 1999 with my wife and business partner Carol Lynn. In January 2012 we created Web.Search.Social as a branded service offering that brings enterprise-level services to small businesses in an affordable way. I'm also founder and CTO of Podcaster's Toolbox, a SaaS platform designed to help podcasters plan, produce and promote their shows. I teach web development at Manhattan College in New York City. Carol Lynn and I are home based near the Jersey shore but we're currently location independent and traveling the country for a year, working and podcasting. I'm also trying to build a flux capacitor, but that's not going as well as the other stuff I do.
Ralph M. Rivera
Ralph M. Rivera