13 Ways to Make Connections and Link-ups

This week I have had the pleasure of meeting some very talented and unique entrepreneur’s. Some I have met in person and others I have met through online communication and others had started out as an introduction online that developed into a friendship because of the similar interests. Making connections with people and being open to helping each other out to further the greater good got me thinking.

So….here’s my 2 cents on how to create online link-ups and in person connections.

1. When reading an interesting article & something new catches your eye… Google it!
2. Read new blogs and bookmark the ones that resonate with you
3. Pass on interesting articles or blogs that you think could benefit someone you know; creating an ongoing flow of information
4. While reading a favorite blog and their information stirs you… include your comment on what made an impact on you to the author (trust me… they will really enjoy this)
5. When contributing your comment; Include your link to your website, blog, e-zine or favorite social networking site to keep on sharing – Think “link love” – Thanks Scott Ginsberg
6. Become curious and check out a website’s resources or links page & click a few… just ‘cause
7. Be generous with information and share what you know to others
8. Introduce a friend to a new networking group that shares their business vision
9. Create your own networking group to help each other learn and grow
10. Be the person who introduces OTHER people together that have a similar business focus
11. Create a network of YOUR peers for business brainstorming sessions
12. Discuss what works & what needs tweaking with YOUR peers
13. Create a network of YOUR peers for some non-business fun… Fun = Creativity = More Business

What have you contributed lately?

Have you created your networking group yet?

Until next time… Make each day count!

Be daring,

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One Comment on “13 Ways to Make Connections and Link-ups”

  1. Evan Says:

    Great connecting ways!

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