Ning For Dummiesby Manny Hernandez
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Ning is a cool, free social networking platform, and you can learn how to use Ning quickly and easily with Ning For Dummies. If you have a cause to promote or a passion about a topic, here’s how to explore existing networks and interact with others who share your obsession, as well as how to start one of your own.
Begin by joining other networks and participating in groups. Then you’ll find out how to create your own social network, develop your profile, customize your network’s look and feel, set up privacy controls, oversee participation, and manage all the details.
- Investigate existing networks, see how to join private networks, and manage your profile for privacy
- Add photos, videos, and music files to existing networks
- Discover the comment wall, rate items from members, moderate comments on your blog, and respond to events
- Start a discussion, invite people to an event, or create a group
- Set up your network, decide if it should be public or private, research the competition, and find your niche
- Choose a good Web address and learn to monitor traffic with Google Analytics
- Give your main page character with custom widgets and personalized features
Ning is fun, easy, and free. Ning For Dummies shows you how to plan your network so it stands out from the crowd, manage interaction, include multimedia, and more!
Meet the Author
Manny Hernandez is a former community advocate for Ning. He created TuDiabetes.com and EsTuDiabetes.com, two social networks on Ning for persons touched by diabetes. They both are run by the Diabetes Hands Foundation, a nonprofit organization he also cofounded.
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I have never returned a book in my life. This one goes back. In the first 20 minutes of reading it my 10 year old already went in created his own network! The writing was very unclear, not at all technical, as if a teenager were writing this. If you google Ning you can find more information in a webpage then in the whole book. I did google the author to find he had a Ning network called ask Manny where he had contest for whomever would write a review he would give away a book and he could not even give the books away. This book goes back. VERY weak writing and not at all a professional piece. Many For Dummies series are delightful. This one is a disaster. Save your money!
So far, this is the only book about Nings, but you only need one if it's good. This book contains a basic overview of all Ning member functions, and even has a section on how to start and manage your own Ning.