Prepare Yourself For A Paradigm Shift
The old idea of Internet Marketing was some promotional pages, a newsletter, and a virtual store. But, as we get deeper into the Information Age, we need to re-think our relationship to the Internet. It may be much more than you thought it was.
A promotional page on the Internet does give your practice some exposure. It can be helpful in providing some basic, static information about you and your practice.
Added by Rodger Bailey on June 22, 2008 at 3:55pm —
My "real" blog is my Career Accelerator. You can find it at
Added by John West Hadley on May 30, 2008 at 4:46pm —
No, I wasn't Linkedin's lover - and Linkedin wasn't mine. But, when someone asked me whether I'd started having withdrawal symptoms from not going to Linkedin.com for the past couple of days, it reminded me of this wonderful little book called "How To Survive The Loss Of A Love" (by Peter McWilliams, Harold H. Bloomfield, and Melba Colgrove http://www.amazon.com/Survive-Loss-Love-Peter-McWilliams/dp/0931580439):
Here's an excerpt to see if you can relate:
Added by Vincent Wright on May 29, 2008 at 1:39pm —
There are many factors which can affect the way we choose to solve problems. Continue
There are many factors which can unexpectedly enter our lives and alter the shape of our beliefs about certain things.
There are many factors which contribute to how we use our time and the things we choose to pursue with our time.
There are many factors which affect our plans - no matter how carefully constructed the plans are.
And, of course, there are many factors which…
Added by Vincent Wright on May 26, 2008 at 2:00am —
From "Why Keep Strong!
I open this new iteration of my blog with this simple, straightforward question: "Why would Linkedin Corporation take down a motivational networking group?"
The group was called "Keep STRONG!"
To help you understand the character of the group which Linkedin suspended, here is its original description:
"It is NOT your job to help those who seek to drag you down, to weaken you.… Continue
Added by Vincent Wright on May 23, 2008 at 2:59pm —
Can you do a brief mental experiment with me, please?
Take just a moment on this: Try to visualize going through the course of your networking year WITHOUT having to encourage someone in your network or without someone in your network having to encourage you.
Just imagine that for a moment. Just imagine a networking year without the concept of encouragement entering into it.
If you have a large network of, let’s say, 500+ people, I think it would be virtually… Continue
Added by Vincent Wright on May 22, 2008 at 1:01am —
Below is an extensive listing of the Linkedin-centric companions to the professional networking groups on Brandergy.com Continue
All of the groups are associated with groups you belong to either on Yahoo Groups or on Brandergy.com
Check the list for the group(s) appropriate to your professional networking missions.
Group descriptions are available during the…
Added by Vincent Wright on May 15, 2008 at 11:00am —
Today I called and cancelled my LinkedIn Business Professional membership and asked for a refund. It was promptly transacted and the charge was refunded to my credit card.
As a loyal fan and advocate of LinkedIn, I'm so frustrated I can barely stand it. I use LI as a tool to find excellent candidates and network with a host of wonderful people. My network has grown quickly over the last few months and I'm up to right around 8,500 first level connections. I also belong to a ridiculous… Continue
Added by Sheree Ruland on May 8, 2008 at 5:05pm —
I provide results-generating job search strategies covering resume writing, interviewing, marketing to targeted companies, networking to identify hidden job opportunities, and more. Visit my website, www.winning-attitude.com, to find ebooks on these topics as well as inspirational material for those who need some encouragement.
Added by Rick Anderson on May 5, 2008 at 12:00pm —
Added by Vincent Wright on April 30, 2008 at 11:00pm —
Does anyone out there have any contacts with any motivational speakers of any kind?
Added by Billie Hullum on April 28, 2008 at 8:50pm —
First Option: Continue
1. Go to group's homepage at: http://Brandergy.com/group/BrandergyDiscounts
2. Go to section labeled “Discussion Forum”
3. In that section look for a green + sign with “Start Discussion”
4. Click “Start Discussion”
5. In the “Start a New Discussion” section you’ll find the following 4 labels”
a. Discussion Topic
d. Attach File(s)
In the “Attach…
Added by Vincent Wright on April 27, 2008 at 12:30pm —
Want to grow your network? Invite Me is a social networking group for business professionals who know what their professional networking needs are: meeting the right people. And guess WHAT??? Invite Me just reached TWO HUNDRED members, today! :-) So, if you haven't joined and/or haven't started checking out the benefits of being in our fastest growing networking group, I invite you to join Invite Me!:
Added by Vincent Wright on April 16, 2008 at 11:38pm —
Added by Vincent Wright on April 16, 2008 at 2:49am —
Though My Linking Power Forum is only 10 days old, we have just gone over 1,200 members and have just cracked the Top One Million sites! :-) Continue
According to Alexa.com, we're ranked 902,469 lol
Not bad for a week old platform! :-)
Now, if we can just get you to invite your friends to come network with us so we can get ahead of those other 902,468 sites! :-)
More seriously: the new site for My Linking Power Forum is LOTS of fun and it should help you…
Added by Vincent Wright on April 10, 2008 at 1:00am —
Facebook doesn't permit you to rename a group so, if your mission for a group is no longer viable, groups can't be renamed.
For example, if you have a Facebook group called "Celebrating2007", that group can't be renamed Celebrating2008, Celebrating2009, Celebrating2010, etc.
Thus, if you are no longer celebrating 2007, the group dedicated to that purpose gets "frozen in time". [wink, wink]
So, how does a Facebook group creator delete the group called… Continue
Added by Vincent Wright on April 9, 2008 at 8:22am —
In my industry of choice, the recruitment industry, there is the long standing mantra of "a war for talent". As a Recruiter, I know all too well how fierce it is to find clients, find candidates, and to bring them together in a timely fashion in order to get paid for doing so. I'm also aware that the US Economy lost more than 80,000 jobs in the month of March 2008, alone. But, here's my question: "If there is a war for talent, why is… Continue
Added by Vincent Wright on April 6, 2008 at 12:07pm —
When my friend, Margaret Orem, sent me a copy of "The Emergence Of The Relationship Economy", I was up to my proverbial eyeballs with projects, tasks, business and personal relationships. Thus, though I eagerly wanted to read the book co-authored by my friend, Margaret, I could not read the full book all in one sitting - which is what I prefer to do. I feel that when a friend sends me a book, I should crank up the coffee pot and… Continue
Added by Vincent Wright on April 4, 2008 at 6:00pm —
Linking Sales Pros has two purposes:
1. Helping Sales Professionals to sharpen their networking skills and,
2. TO HELP SALES GET DONE!
Join us on Linking Sales PROS on Linkedin Groups at:
Talk to us on www.MyLinkingPowerForum.com at the new home for Linking
Sales PROS at: http://mylinkingpowerforum.ning.com/group/LinkingSalesPROS
(If you haven't yet joined My… Continue
Added by Vincent Wright on April 2, 2008 at 11:17pm —
Two of our authors got together this evening to run a joint Webinar. Jacky Hood "Happy About Working to Stay Young
" and Cathy Kitcho "Happy About Being a Baby Boomer
" created and ran a Webinar that combined their content and their audiences. For the price of both eBooks, the attendee also participated in an hour long presentation and had the opportunity for 1x1… Continue
Added by Mitchell Levy on April 2, 2008 at 12:30am —