Writing a book is hard. Giving it away is easy.

If you read my post yesterday, you know that my Pardot co-founder and I have just published a book on Marketing Automation. We have been fortunate enough to have sold a bunch but we have also given away a bunch. It’s certainly a lot easier to do the latter. In that vein, we will continue to ship out free copies to anyone who wants one. Just comment on my blog or shoot a note to me at @adamblitzer. If you want it faster you can always just order it on Amazon (Amazon Prime eligible) or wait a couple of days for the Kindle version.

About Adam Blitzer
Adam Blitzer is the Vice President of Marketing at Pardot and has been in the interactive marketing world for the better part of a decade.

12 Responses to Writing a book is hard. Giving it away is easy.

  1. We love Pardot!

  2. Adam Blitzer says:

    We love DataSync! Book is coming at you!

  3. Sue Klumpp says:

    Congrats on the book!!! If you have an extra copy, your biggest fan (ME) would love a copy! Sue

  4. Adam Blitzer says:

    You bet. I already had you on the list Sue! 🙂

  5. Congrats on the book!

  6. Adam Blitzer says:

    Thanks Katherine! Congrats to you on your terrific new startup. We’ll send a copy to your office.

  7. I’d love to learn more – we’re just getting going.

  8. Adam Blitzer says:

    Absolutely Tim! I sent one to Cathy on Friday and I’ll shoot one over to you on Monday. Have a great weekend!

  9. Adam, just came today. Thank you! I didn’t realize you had already sent us one. Cathy’s already read her copy and I’m looking forward to reading it too. We’ll share with the rest of the team!

  10. Adam Blitzer says:

    Thanks Tim! After you read it, we’d love to get your thoughts (good or bad) in a review on Amazon.

  11. We’re very happy with our Pardot implementation – would love to get the book as I know we are only just touching the surface of what we should be doing.

  12. Adam Blitzer says:

    Thanks so much for the comment Andrew! I’ll send a copy out to you!

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