How to Organize Business Cards & Networking Conversations - Interview & Giveaway @ContactKeeper

Productive & Organized

When you attend tradeshows or networking meetings, do you later experience the business card pile up? Keep reading to learn more about the great product and how you can win. “ We meet new people all the time and have lots of detailed business conversations. We know that during the time that business cards are exchanged and initial business is discussed, there is a lot of key information to keep track of. Any big lessons learned?

Does Your CRM System Help Your Business Grow? Interview: @batchblue

Productive & Organized

Powerfully Productive businesses know that effective follow-up is critical to success.    Keep reading to learn more about what makes this tool unique and maybe you will decide that it could be one of your Productivity Powerhouse Tools too! BatchBlue was created with one goal in mind: to create useful, user-friendly software for small businesses. For small businesses, this is an important need.

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Productive Communication & Marketing : How to Manage All of Those Links! Interview with @ItsMyURLs CEO @hustle247

Productive & Organized

Now, take a look at your business card, brochures or other social media profiles.    The other day I was in a meeting and saw a card that had the back covered with 2 different QR codes and the front had a few different urls. When I asked about it, he said that he would have put more if he had had room on the card.    Smart businesses are going to where their customers and prospects spend time.    Any big lessons learned?

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A guide to networking

Practically Perfect PA

If in doubt, attend events that are showcased through trusted institutions – for example, the British Library’s Business and IP Centre. Approach networking like a job interview. If you’re networking to develop your career in some way, treating an event like a job interview will ensure you get the simple things right: Dress smartly and professionally – your future employer may be in the room and you’ll feel more confident. Take business cards.

Get A Job With A Thank You Letter

Professional Assistant Blog

Home About Me Advertise Get A Job With A Thank You Letter By The Professional Assistant on Friday, March 28, 2008 Filed Under: Job Seeking , Productivity D id you just get out of an interview ? One of the simplest things you can do to help the manager of your dream firm decide if you are right for the job, is to send them a Thank You letter after the interview. I appreciate your time and consideration in interviewing me for this position.

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Conference for Administrative Excellence – Gala Event

Office Dynamics

Since administrative professionals are usually the ones planning events, managing catering, speakers, binders, and AV/tech, it was wonderful to celebrate their learning achievements through a great event celebrating each of them as a stellar assistant! It’s affirming, magical, high-quality, creative, innovative and rewards admins for their hard work, dedication to learning and achieving stellar status in their careers.

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Incorporating Green Practices Into Self-Employment

Eco-Office Gals

Two pairs of fictitious resumes were sent off to job listings found around the web, and researchers found that individuals who listed self-employment as their last position were 63% less likely to receive what they requested for salary, or even land an interview at all. A freelance web developer, for instance, can offer green web hosting with his services and print referral business cards on recycled paper to distribute to clients with new invoices.

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5 Ways to Shine at a Job Fair

45 Things

They''re the perfect opportunity for you to hone your professional persona and to learn to handle meeting new people with ease. But before you put on the business suit, here are a few things to remember before attending a job fair: · Do your homework. Eat or drink away from the recruiter tables – keep at least one hand free to shake hands and accept business cards. When you speak, make sure you keep your head up and pointed toward the interviewer.

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Be An Unforgettable Speaker – Organization Techniques That Make You Easy to Work With

Productive & Organized

  Unless you have business processes in place, you may find your business growing "out of control." " How well you balance everything that needs to get done determines how fast your business can grow.   What can you put in place in your business to make sure that the event coordinator has a fantastic time working with you? This past Monday, Michele Price interviewed me on #SpeakChat.

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Business Networking - How to Grow Your Online #Networking Into Real Relationships #smmanners

Productive & Organized

Maybe you've decided that social media is a waste of your time, or you are frustrated that it is not bringing the business you would like it to. Maybe you have not even started down that social media road because you don't see how being on those sites can help you grow your business. I asked my expert panel: Social Networking is a popular activity, but truly effective business people know that using online communication tools is about more than publishing content. 

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Attend a Job Fair Like You Mean It

On The Job

It’s a chance to meet and impress employers, network with the business community and hone your job search skills. Learn from attendees what works and what doesn’t – look for those candidates who seem to really capture the attention of the recruiters and stand out. What are some things you can learn from their behavior? · Eat or drink away from the recruiter tables – keep at least one hand free to shake hands and accept business cards.

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Why You Need to Have More than Your Clients | Men With Pens

Men With Pens

I have my offline business and that does well. In fact, I’ve been known to tell clients not to hire us on certain occasions – they don’t have a good business plan yet, they don’t know what they want, they don’t have enough interest, or they simply don’t have enough money right now and should focus on more important priorities. My client had money to spend, he had interest, he had a kickass business idea, and he had a good plan.

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Master the Art of Re-purposing Your Work and You'll Save Multiple Hours - 50 Ideas To Get You Started

Productive & Organized

Earlier this week I was talking to a client about content creation for the marking of her business.    If you ask me, repurposing is the art of smart business.  Today 50 of my fabulous business expert community share how they repurpose their content to grow their business and save time. When I was a graduate student, I was mildly surprised to learn that a thesis statement could expand into an entire thesis.

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Guest Blog: Networking Like a Pro

Laughing all the Way to Work

Ask for business cards and have a stack of business cards for yourself at hand as well. One thing Ive learned over the years is that an arsenal of compelling stories and anecdotes related to my career can be extremely useful. I choose to tell stories that I know others can relate to and maybe even learn from listening. Admin in the Spotlight: Interview with Lynn Holgat. Business Writing Guidelines for 2008 C or cc or copy?

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Pass it on.

Laughing all the Way to Work

You can also attach a file from Word, Excel or PowerPoint or a business card from your Contacts if it is someone you need to remember to call and want that information available. Other ways you can learn new things is to: Subscribe to feeds from various admin or business sites. Join us at the luxurious Palazzo Versace on the Gold Coast for an amazing end of year get away and your chance to network, learn and advance your skills in style!

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Being A Digital Nomad

Brilliantly Better

Doesn’t have an office and most of the time doesn’t have business cards either (the new dial tone being twitter , of course). Digital Nomad Work Places Let’s start with the beginning: 2 years ago I sold my online business and decided to switch careers: instead of being a CEO with a nice office, I decided to be a personal development blogger without a real office. The business-like atmosphere make this a little bit more easier.

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On the Job by Anita Bruzzese: Eat your salad first, and other.

45 Things

Helpful information and advice from Americas favorite workplace columnist About Anita Blog Books Syndicated Column Interviews Career Links Contact Monday, January 4, 2010 Eat your salad first, and other career strategies Every year I get loads of candy over the holidays, and every year I feel compelled to eat it as fast as possible. Which means I need to get busy scarfing it down so I can get back to losing weight and exercising.

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Service Untitled» Blog Archive » Book Review: The Retail Doctor's.

Service Untitled

Home About Service Untitled Subscribe for Free Consulting Contact Archives Book Review: The Retail Doctor’s Guide to Growing Your Business Cheryl July 16, 2010 Book Reviews , Customer Satisfaction , Customer Service , Employees , Hiring & Training , Interviews No Comments I just finished reading The Retail Doctor’s Guide to Growing Your Business - A Step-By-Step Approach to Quickly Diagnose, Treat, and Cure written by Bob Phibbs.

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