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Social Networking

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Table of Contents:




Social Media:

see our discussion on social media



Business Networking


See our discussion on LinkedIn.   Other sites of note:  Xing (more international)



Monetizing Social networks?:


see also:




How much is a social network really worth?






Social Networks for entrepreneurs:


Social Networking

Social networking sites can help entrepreneurs to find potential partners, get advice from other entrepreneurs, network with others around the world, and to simply get some exposure for their profile. Each networking site is a little bit different. You’ll never have the time to use all of them effectively, so find a few that have potential to help you the most and be actively involved:


1. PartnerUp - Find business partners, opportunities to get involved in businesses.

2. Cofoundr - Cofoundr is a private community for entrepreneurs.

3. Fast Pitch Networking - Business Networking Social Network for Business Professionals.

4. Killer Startups - Reviewing new startups.

5. Konnects - Business technology focus groups and networking events.

6. LinkedIn - Strengthens and extends your existing network of trusted contacts.

7. Ryze - Business Networking.

8. StartupNation - Provides real-world business advice to people who want to start a business.

9. Startupping - Community resource created for Internet entrepreneurs.

10. UpSpring - Business networking.

11. Ziggs - White pages and free people search for professionals.

see more recommendations:   http://www.blogtrepreneur.com/2008/03/10/resources-for-online-entrepreneurs/





How to make money with a social network of your own?




The Financial Times is launching a GBP 1,700-a-year (USD 3,350) membership for three new networking sites. The service, called FT Executive Membership Forums, will allow execs to “maintain contact with peers and luminaries [...] and to stay in touch with the key issues facing fellow members.” There will be forums for technology and media executives, for CEOs, and for executives from luxury industries. The cost includes a free subscription to FT.com, admission to any of the FT’s conferences, 20 percent off further tickets and face-to-face members’ events. (Source: The Guardian.)   source: trendwatching  


Needless to say, 'exclusive access' is the next big thing for anything related to status, and thus for status stories





Forum discussion:


see our discussion on online forums 





Social Networking examples:


see also facebook



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