I do not have any other copies or formats of this book to compare the audiobook against. There are a lot of word choice and usage problems in this audiobook. Most Americans would call someone who reads websites, books, or other forms of written language a reader. She consistently uses words like perusers instead of readers or subscribers.
Another example that stood out to me was. “Attempt to think of a lot of thoughts consistently and store them in an article schedule, spreadsheet, or some other spot you can catch notes.” (I had to go over that sentence about four or five times myself just typing it out here because I kept subconsciously correcting the phrasing.)
The author did an adequate job of laying each chapter’s content out in a reasonable way. However, I am worried about the overall order in the book.
If I only look at the chapter titles, the book appears to be laid out reasonably. However, I didn’t get a good sense of connection between the chapters. I noticed this problem more in the later chapters.
This book is not a howto book. It varies widely in the number of pieces a topic gets broken down into. None of the issues get covered in any suitable depth, though.
My overall score is shoddy. I do not suggest getting this book.