Charles Franklin


Charles Franklin
Charles Franklin is a Book Reviewer for Small Business Trends. He has a background as a professional reviewer, and is also a content provider and customer relations professional. Charles loves books! Books have helped him from the age of 5 all the way to now. He has used books to escape, to build new careers, to deepen his faith, to laugh, and to get healthy. In addition to that, Charles worked for 5 years in libraries and stalked libraries for more years than he can count. On top of that, books actually are his job now. When he moved to the Atlanta area, he started freelancing and was offered a small book marketing gig that turned into a 3-year freelancing career. He was already a supporter of indie authors and this allowed him to delve even further into the whole eBook and publishing industry. In short, Charles love books. He's surrounded by books, so it was only natural that he review them. Officially, he is a professional copywriter, content provider, and customer relations professional dedicated to providing inexpensive and effective solutions that bridge the connection between customers and individuals (businesses, too) through communication, technology, and "service-focused" experiences that surpass expectations.

Crack the C-Suite Code to Get to the Top

Crack the C-Suite Code to Get to the Top

Author Cassandra Fragos explores the rungs on the leadership ladder and provides a framework that serves as a guide for hopeful C-suite leaders in her latest title, Crack the C-Suite Code.


9 Social Media Marketing Books to Help Unlock Awesome Social Media and PR Powers for Your Business

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This list of nine social media marketing books will help your small business successfully reach its target customers where they hang out online.


10 Great Big Data Books for Small Biz Owners Afraid to Conquer Big Data

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Working with big data does not require a big budget or staff, just a willingness to learn and experiment. Here are 10 big data books to get you started.