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Self Published Books 


As a real estate agent or broker, having a strong social media presence is crucial to expanding your reach and connecting with potential clients. Traditional marketing tactics are no longer enough.


Incorporating social media and content marketing is necessary, but it can be overwhelming to tackle alone. Relying on a social media or digital marketing agency can be risky due to unethical practices in the industry.


The Real Estate Agent Playbook: How to Grow Your Brand With Content Marketing offers practical guidance and valuable insights on how to effectively use social media and content marketing to create a personalized content marketing strategy to engage, inform, and expand your network.

*Written to expose unethical practices targeting Real Estate Agents by Digital & Social Media Marketing Agencies.


LinkedIn and social media have changed the job search. If you're a college student or returning to the workforce and are not using LinkedIn correctly, you might miss out on your dream job!


This step-by-step guide provides the information you need to write an All-Star LinkedIn profile that employers will notice, including tips for enhancing your personal brand.


Landing your first job, next job, or internship is possible when you effectively create and curate an online presence on the world's largest professional networking site.

*This book was produced to supplement classroom instruction of students in Business Communication, Media Production, and upper-level Communication internship courses.


Jersey Girls Don't Pump Gas is a civic education learning simulation centered on the self-service gasoline ban still in New Jersey - the only state where it remains illegal to pump your own gas. This topic provides an excellent opportunity to explore all of the rational and irrational motivations for how and why laws are made and overturned.


Jersey Girls Don't Pump Gas allows participants to experience the process of debate, negotiation, and compromise within a legislative committee context. We learn best by doing, and this simulation encourages participants to stand in the shoes of "the other" and see democracy in action.

*The simulation was created for New Jersey Social Studies high school teachers with the support of Eagleton Institute of Politics (Rutgers University) funding under the direction of Alan Rosenthal to promote civic education in K-12 education. Originally titled "Democracy In Action".

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