“This book … is an undergraduate textbook. But I must say that I have reviewed and read other undergraduate textbooks but this one in particular it is really well-written and it is really on the right level. … I want to say that this is a very modern and unique book and it is essential if you work with marketing, social media and corporate management. It will be a good addition to your personal library and for your reading. Enjoy!” (Inspire and Action Blog, inspireandaction.wordpress.com, April, 2017)
“This is an easy-to-read book that provides a rich set of both theoretical background and practical examples on the use and impact of the social media on all business functions and departments. The multi-disciplinary perspective of the book is its major differentiator in relation to other textbooks related to social media in management. The book constitutes a very useful reading for researchers-academics, students, professionals and policy makers involved and interested in social media management.” (Marianna Sigala, Information Technology & Tourism, Vol. 17, 2017)
“Most chapters end with a self-test for review and a bibliography. Scattered within the chapters are case examples, sometimes questions with potential solutions, and sometimes provocative items to ponder. … There are a plethora of how-to guides to social media management, but this is the first text I know of geared toward nontechnical, undergraduate students in business fields. It is targeted to students in the fields of business and administration … .” (David Bellin, Computing Reviews, April, 2016)
Prof. Dr. Amy Van Looy holds a Ph.D. in applied economics. She is assistant professor at the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration and the School for Social Profit and Public Management of Ghent University (Belgium). Particularly, she is member of the Department of Business Informatics & Operations Management. She teaches, among others, courses on business process management and social media. Before entering academia, Amy worked as an IT consultant for large e-government projects.