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  1. 4 out of 5

    Paul

    This book is part 7 of a series that attempts to provide an affordable MBA education. These days, it is tempting to think that the online business networking that matters takes place online. This book looks mostly at offline social networking. Consider joining appropriate trade organizations. Attend conferences and trade shows. Attend networking events sponsored by local organizations. Make use of your university's alumni association. Make sure that have an online presence; start with LinkedIn. S This book is part 7 of a series that attempts to provide an affordable MBA education. These days, it is tempting to think that the online business networking that matters takes place online. This book looks mostly at offline social networking. Consider joining appropriate trade organizations. Attend conferences and trade shows. Attend networking events sponsored by local organizations. Make use of your university's alumni association. Make sure that have an online presence; start with LinkedIn. Start your own network of co-workers inside your workplace. You have to give value, before your get value. Help others in your network, with introductions or references, for instance, before you ask for help. Perfect your "elevator pitch." For entrepreneurs, help out others, use every opportunity to meet new people, go to networking events alone, so that you are forced to talk to people, meet people from other industries, and bring plenty of business cards. If you are looking for a new job, tell your network. How can they help you with names and phone numbers of people to contact, if you don't tell them? It's also possible to network at a new job; start with those sitting near you. This is a short book (less than 50 pages) and is very easy to read. It is recommended for everyone, from MBA students to small business owners to employees at large companies. Not all networking happens online.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Marc ZEIMET

    A small book on Social Networking, a very timely subject to discuss, indeed. The reader expects a discourse on the 'essentials' of Social (Media) and related networking aspects. The attempt to deliver at this level is certainly made, but the message is not always transpiring, and this have obvious reasons. Proof-reading would have helped a lot to make the content more digestible. But also beyond this elementary optimization move, the text remains rather 'generalist', largely lacking references i A small book on Social Networking, a very timely subject to discuss, indeed. The reader expects a discourse on the 'essentials' of Social (Media) and related networking aspects. The attempt to deliver at this level is certainly made, but the message is not always transpiring, and this have obvious reasons. Proof-reading would have helped a lot to make the content more digestible. But also beyond this elementary optimization move, the text remains rather 'generalist', largely lacking references in the text for what is asserted. At the end of publication the reader finds a good bibliography, flawless as such, differing from the chapters before. There are some good takeaways found in this e-book, but overall there is scope for 'adding' to the promised 'essentials.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Daphne

  4. 5 out of 5

    Kriss Mosconi

  5. 4 out of 5

    Chesley Elkins

  6. 4 out of 5

    Sanjay Thakur

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