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Choose Your Next Business Book (Interactive Guide)

With thousands of new business books being published every month, it’s hard to know which title to read next. To help with this I’ve spent the last three months looking at books that cover everything from SEO, to start-ups and psychology. Using my findings and making sure we’d read every book in the Koozai team, I created the below interactive guide to help you find the right book for you.

Think of it as a “Choose your own adventure” for business books.

If I’ve missed any amazing books then please leave your recommendations below and if you can’t find a book you want from this little lot, then perhaps you should consider fiction?

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By Digital Marketing Agency Koozai

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Mike Essex

Online Marketing Manager at Koozai
Mike Essex is the Online Marketing Manager at Koozai, a UK digital marketing agency. He is the published author of three books and has been featured on BBC News, USA Today, TIME magazine, The Guardian and The Times. He can be found on Twitter as @koozai_mike and you can see blog posts and videos from Mike on the Koozai website.
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7 thoughts on “Choose Your Next Business Book (Interactive Guide)

  1. HI Mike

    I have been here for the first time.
    This is really a cool infographic, Book on information architecture is which I like the most.

    Thanks for sharing this info.

    Sapna

  2. Great one Mike. You have done an excellent job in listing down the books those are good reading for online marketers. Its also worth adding this must read book in the infographics “The Ultimate guide to Google Adwords” by Perry Marshall.

  3. Really nice infographic. I will definitely come back to your post to choose another book to read as soon as I finish “The Art of SEO”. I would also add “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People” by Stephen Covey to a Personal Development branch. Thank you for a list of very useful books!

  4. Have:
    Web Analytics an Hour a Day – bit of a heavy read

    Don’t Make Me Think – have 2nd edition. Easy read. Everyone should read this. It is not just for web designer/developers.

    All ready on my need to read:
    (for quite a while now)
    Purple Cow
    Tribes
    Permission Marketing

    Just got the latest version of The 4 hour Work Week on the weekend.

    Wish I had read this before last weekend. My shopping list could have been larger.

  5. Sometimes reading a book gets boring so I prefer online metrical for better information and example like I better visit the information is beautiful website to get the idea on info graphics.