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  • How to communicate effectively with your network

    We’re often told that to generate support for our latest project we need to tap into our network, contact our friends and families. What usually happens then is we send an email—something along these lines:  “Hi guys, I’m starting a new blog about marketing … so if  you know some advertisers”...

  • Six Tips to Increase your B2B Roster of Clients

    One of the first questions for a new business owner, or for a firm that is streamlining operations, is understanding how to sell your products and services in an easier format. Your challenge is to tailor your processes to fit your business-to-business customers, and make it very easy for them...

  • How to Get Clients by Building your Email List, Part Two

    We have been talking about the best ways to build your email list. The 4 steps are:   

    1. Targeting an audience.
    2. Getting targeted traffic.
    3. A targeted offer.
    4. Targeted follow-up

    We have already discussed how to target your audience...

  • Green Businesswomen - Grow your Mastermind Circle

    When you're starting your green business, it's so important to have a core group of people to help you grow and thrive. Creating a mastermind group means developing this core group of individuals who help you achieve your objectives. For women in green businesses, this means reaching out to one...

  • Joining the Good Ol' Girls

    I just joined the Good Ol' Girls http://goodolgirls.org, which is a network "where progressive women on the rise get connected and open doors professionally and socially for each other."

    I often talk about how important it is for us...

  • Using Networking to Help your Job Search: 8 steps to Connect with Others

    For many people, it's just okay (ho-hum) to get another job. I've had lots and lots of jobs: I've worked as a dish machine operator, a sandwich maker, an agricultural worker, a door-to-door canvasser, a pianist, a secretary, a movie usher/cashier, an educator, a software developer, and the...

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