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5 ways I grew my business using LinkedIn

by Luigi Benetton | May 22/2014 | linkedin, networking, online-marketing
5 ways I grew my business using LinkedIn thumbnail 5 ways I grew my business using LinkedIn I started 2013 with not as many clients as I’d like. Around March, something happened—old and new clients alike started knocking on my door. The timing was partly due to other efforts, but companies I hadn’t even heard of were also finding me. When I asked people from these companies _how_ they found me, the…

Networking is all about feelings

by Donald Cowper | May 23/2013 | networking
Networking is all about feelings Networking can be a powerful way to build your business, but not when it doesn’t result in new leads or clients. That was the problem for Kyle, a web developer who spent a lot of time going to networking events and never seeing any benefit. Before giving up completely he sought my help. After playing…

Networking tips for the small business owner

Networking tips for the small business owner

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By growing your professional network, you broaden the range of folks in your field who you can call on for help or rely on for that pivotal pep talk; it can even result in finding new clients or lead to a vital…


How to network at large conferences like #SXSW

by Sarah Wilbore | March 11/2012 | homework, marketing, networking
How to network at large conferences like #SXSW

Networking is a key part of growing a business whether you work for a big company, have a small business or are just getting your startup off the ground. But big conferences might seem a little daunting if you’re not meeting new folks at events on a regular basis. Having spent the last few days…


Coworking spaces: Keep your freedom and stay connected

by Stefan Dubowski | May 27/2011 | coworking, mobile-working, networking, working-from-home
Coworking spaces: Keep your freedom and stay connected

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Working solo means you enjoy the benefits of having total autonomy over where and how you work. Yet for some, being restricted to a home or remote office can also be accompanied by a lingering feeling of loneliness or that you’re insulated from where the…