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Setting Goals That Don't Conflict

Setting Goals That Don't Conflict | Profile: c | Scoop.it
The first rule of thumb for any startup is to set goals – the more audacious and lofty, the better. If you’re just in it to join the ho-hum, bland status quo, then you’re never going to succeed.
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Start-ups: Before You Launch Your Product, Start With a Service

Start-ups: Before You Launch Your Product, Start With a Service | Profile: c | Scoop.it
Raising funding for startups in Silicon Valley is a low probability game. Fewer than 1% who try actually succeed.
Outside the Valley, the startup eco-systems are mostly immature, and the probability gets even lower.
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Why Staying Small Is Better for Your Sanity and Other Must-Read Business Tips

Why Staying Small Is Better for Your Sanity and Other Must-Read Business Tips | Profile: c | Scoop.it
A look at how keeping your business small lets you control your schedule, what Jerry Seinfeld has to teach you about productivity and more advice for...
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A good primer: Answers to 11 Questions You've Been Dying to Ask About Twitter

A good primer: Answers to 11 Questions You've Been Dying to Ask About Twitter | Profile: c | Scoop.it
As a concept, using Twitter seems simple. You need to say what you want to say in fewer than 140 characters ... and that's about it.
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New Broadli App Will Help You Actually Use Your Sprawling LinkedIn Network

New Broadli App Will Help You Actually Use Your Sprawling LinkedIn Network | Profile: c | Scoop.it

Unless you enforce a strict selectivity policy, there's a good chance your LinkedIn network has some significant percentage of complete strangers who may never be able to help you professionally--or who may, and you'd never know it.


New mobile app Broadli aims to rein in the perpetual disorganization of professional social networks, helping people find those connections, or connections of connections, who can help them most, and vice versa.


Created by New Zealand-born entrepreneur Claudia Batten and Alessandra Lariu, cofounder of global women's digital marketing network SheSays and one of Fast Company's Most Creative People 2010, Broadli is an attempt, says Batten, to "digitize serendipity"--that is, use networks better to increase the chances of connecting with the right person at the right time....


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massimo facchinetti's curator insight, January 27, 2014 3:30 AM

Miracle application, if it works...

Dev's curator insight, January 27, 2014 4:49 AM

wow, top first line is just eyeball grabbing; thank you

Marie Clement's curator insight, January 30, 2014 12:31 PM

This looks really interesting - I am all for visual grouping! 

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Why docs and lawyers fear #social media but don't need to @DrDavidGeier

Why docs and lawyers fear #social media but don't need to @DrDavidGeier | Profile: c | Scoop.it
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Come Closer: We'll Share the Secrets of Twitter Success [Infographic]

Come Closer: We'll Share the Secrets of Twitter Success [Infographic] | Profile: c | Scoop.it
James T. Noble markets himself as a "business growth consultant." Ask him what that means, and he’ll answer simply, "I make businesses bigger." His London-based company, James T Noble & Associates, has worked with some of the world’s largest brands...
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Great infographic in internships. It's a win/win as far as we're concerned.

Great infographic in internships.  It's a win/win as far as we're concerned. | Profile: c | Scoop.it
An infographic examining the path to a coveted internship program.
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Failing to Plan is Planning to Fail - exploreB2B

Failing to Plan is Planning to Fail - exploreB2B | Profile: c | Scoop.it
Often attributed to Benjamin Franklin, the father of time management, the phrase Failing to Plan is Planning to Fail is as relevant today as ever before. Unfortunately when it comes to ...
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Answers to 11 Questions You've Been Dying to Ask About Twitter

Answers to 11 Questions You've Been Dying to Ask About Twitter | Profile: c | Scoop.it
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Agree w 1, mixed on 4: The 5 Best LinkedIn Next-Level Strategies

Agree w 1, mixed on 4: The 5 Best LinkedIn Next-Level Strategies | Profile: c | Scoop.it

If you have spent considerable time on LinkedIn, then you have mastered basic navigation, noticed the tendencies of users, and arrived at a point where the site has some utility in your business. At this stage, you are no longer a beginner. LinkedIn is already an important part of your daily business regimen. You are ready to take on new assignments, new challenges. You want to ramp up your game but could use a little strategic direction.


...Each of these next-level strategies is engineered to get you unstuck and on-track. As you execute them, you will intuit other strategies that you can immediately apply, unearth new business opportunities, and begin cementing powerful new relationships....


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Get cracking on improving your LinkedIn marketing success these practical tips.