When your Facebook newsfeed is bogged down with political drama and family photos, it’s likely that you aren’t embracing the platform as an opportunity to network. The truth, however, is that Facebook can be a successful networking tool.
LinkedIn is the most powerful professional network we have at our digital fingertips, so why not take advantage of it? According to the most recent quarterly report, LinkedIn’s membership has reached 467 million members and counting – a 17 million member increase from the preceding quarter.
There’s no denying that social media is one of the most prominent ways to network in the business world today, offering an exorbitant number of opportunities to connect with potential clients, partners, influencers and future employees. We all use social media, but chances are not all of us are using it to network as effectively and efficiently as we could be.
Ezra Klein is the founder and editor-in-chief of Vox, an explanatory news organization that reaches more than 100 million people a month. He did an interview on the Tim Ferriss podcast in December of last year that had a lot of value for me as a marketing entrepreneur and SEO. You can listen to the podcast or see the show notes here. This article was inspired by that podcast.
The New Year is here and well on its way. The secret to success in the upcoming year is not really a secret after all; it is having the discipline to take action.
If you run a restaurant, retail store, or other brick and mortar business that relies on customers walking through your front door, then you will need to promote your company in creative, effective ways.
Whether you’re hustling to get a job or trying to get more business, networking is essential to your success in the workplace.
There’s little doubt social media has had a profound impact on marketing. Facebook alone has over a billion accounts, all around the world. The potential to reach millions suddenly isn’t so hard.
One of the keys to success is being creative in your approach to business marketing. This means setting yourself apart from the competition so that you get noticed.
For those starting out with an online business, it’s important to remember your success will most likely occur because you are patient, persistent, and learn from your mistakes.