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Archive for networking

My Three Tips to Help You Give Better Presentations

Practice — and technology — makes perfect! Having the right tools to give great presentations is one huge key to success in the small biz and entrepreneurship world. Getting the right slide deck and presenting it effectively in front of key players in your industry can make a huge difference for your brand AND your […]

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Digital Cafe: Meeting and Pitching Face-To-Face at Conferences

Networking online, through social media channels, email, and LinkedIn, is something everyone I know does pretty well. After all, you can take all the time you like to compose your pitches and online networking comes without the stress and anxiety that often accompanies face-to-face interaction. But by no means should online networking be the only […]

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Making Your Business Connections Count – Master the Art of Human Networking

Networking online, through social media channels, email, and LinkedIn, is something everyone I know does pretty well. After all, you can take all the time you like to compose your pitches and online networking comes without the stress and anxiety that often accompanies face-to-face interaction. But by no means should online networking be the only kind […]

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Evernote Hello Offers a Quick Way to Remember People

Evernote touts itself as the “remember everything” service that lets you store all kinds of information and access it anywhere. Now you could do what I do when I am working a room at a networking event and snap pictures of business cards using one app, and then have that app export the cards to […]

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Sonar App for iPhone Now Displays LinkedIn Connections When You Check-in

The Sonar app is a great way to find out how you are connected to other people where you are located. By checking in to a location using Sonar (pulls location information from Foursquare) you see not only who has also checked in, but how you are connected. Initially, Sonar used Twitter and Foursquare connections. […]

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LinkedIn Apps get Refreshed, Introduces HTML5 Mobile Website

With the updated LinkedIn mobile apps for iPhone and Android, users can network with like-minded individuals faster while other mobile device users can stay in the know via the new mobile-friendly HTML5 site. The re-designed mobile apps have broken LinkedIn down into four areas. You can access you network updates and activity; browse your profile […]

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Hashable App for iPhone and Android: Throw Away your Business Cards?

If you’re heavy with the Twitter usage, and own an iPhone or Android, chances are, you may meet enough people in the same boat that you could strictly use the Hashable app to connect with people, trade contact information, and grow your network without handing out business cards like a robot.

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Tonya R. Taylor’s Report Answers Why Small Biz Owners Need to “Get Twitter”

I attended a local business networking event last night, and was amazed at the number of business owners who are NOT on Twitter. After doing the typical networking “elevator pitch dance”, when I got around to asking people for their Twitter handle, there were various reasons as to why they didn’t use Twitter. Most of […]

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