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Showing posts with label Social-Media. Show all posts

Wednesday, October 15

1. Social Mention
2014 09 25 16 16 14 Real Time Search Social Mention 760x232 12 Free Social Media Tools
Screenshot of Social Mention 9/25/14
When it comes to social media tools, it doesn’t’ get any easier than Social Mention. It’s similar to Google Alerts, however, Social Mention only monitors social media properties like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and some 80 other social media sites. You can also receive daily email alerts and there’s also a third party API.
What’s really interesting about Social Mention relies on four-metrics to help calculate this tool. These include:
  • Strength – The likelihood of your brand being discussed on social media.
  • Sentiment – The ratio of positive mentions over the negative mentions.
  • Passion – The likelihood of individuals continuing to mention your brand.
  • Reach – Measures influence by dividing the number of unique authors who have referenced your brand by the total number of mentions.

2. IceRocket
2014 09 25 16 19 17 Meltwater IceRocket 760x192 12 Free Social Media Tools
Screenshot of Ice Rocket 9/25/14
Here’s another free tool to help monitor specific keywords. When the real-time search engine launched in 2004, it was used mainly by bloggers to keep track of mentions of their blog. Over the years, IceRocket has expanded to include social networks like Facebook and Twitter. You can now track mentions of all three together or separately.
One of the coolest features IceRocket has to offer is a trend report. All you have to do is enter the terms you want to see mentioned and you’ll get a graph illustrating how many posts a day the term appears as well as the total amount of blog posts over a 30 day period.


3. Addictomatic
2014 09 25 16 20 31 Addictomatic  Inhale the Web 760x371 12 Free Social Media Tools
Screenshot of Addictomatic 9/25/14
Addictomatic is another straightforward tool that can be used to monitor your brand’s reputation and influence. It’s basically a discovery platform that searches Google, Bing, Twitter, WordPress, YouTube, and Flickr to find the most recent blog posts, news, images, or videos based on keywords.
Because Addictomatic is customizable, it’s quit easy to get addicted to this tool. While you may think that this isn’t’ all that different than Google, Addictomatic breaks the search results into headers, as opposed to being lumped all together.


4. SumAll
2014 09 25 16 21 45 All in one social media ecommerce analytics   SumAll 760x266 12 Free Social Media Tools
Screenshot of SumAll 9/25/14
Unlike most other social media tools, SumAll is designed specifically with small business owners in mind. How so? It not only gives you the ability to measure and monitor social media heavyweights like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, it also connects you to other services like Google Analytics and PayPal. In all, SumAll’s free plan can connect you with 42 different services.
Instead of managing all of those different accounts, you can keep up-to-date with all of your most vital platforms in one convenient spot. You can also choose to get daily updates via email.

5. IFTTT
2014 09 25 16 23 25 Put the internet to work for you. IFTTT 12 Free Social Media Tools
Screenshot of IFTTT 9/25/14
I’ll just let the company describe what IFTTT is all about:
“IFTTT is a service that lets you create powerful connections with one simple statement: if this then that.”
IFTTT allows you to make personalized “Recipes” by taking a “Trigger” (the “this” part). An example is getting tagged in a photo on Facebook. The “that” part is then the Action taken afterwards. So, after being tagged on Facebook, then “create a status message on Facebook”. Because IFTTT works with 132 channels that include social media networks and businesses like eBay and Best Buy, it’s incredibly easy to stay connected with both the online and offline world.


6. Google Analytics
2014 09 25 16 27 29 Features %E2%80%93 Google Analytics 760x244 12 Free Social Media Tools
Screenshot of Features – Google Analytics 9/25/14
If you have a website, then you are probably already utilizing the vast resources Google Analytics has to offer. For example, you have access to the profiles of your customers or visitors to help you understand how they found what site, what devices they use, and what they like or don’t like it. It’s probably one of the most important tools for marketers.
Did you also know that you can use Google Analytics to evaluate your social sources? Through this tool you can discover how frequently social sharing leads to conversions, referrals, and traffic to your site.


7. Facebook Insights
2014 09 25 16 31 11 Search   Facebook Help Center   Facebook 12 Free Social Media Tools
Screenshot of Facebook Page Insights 9/25/14
If you’re marketing on Facebook, then you may not have been thrilled earlier this year when Facebook announced some changes to how updates are displayed. Not only do you have to be concerned about the competition, you also have to worry if advertising on Facebook is worth the investment. However, if you are marketing on Facebook, then you should be using Facebook Insights.
One of the most beneficial features of this tool is that it can help you understand the behavior of your customers. For example, you can create a schedule based on the time or day or day of the week that your customers are most active on Facebook. Other informative features include being able to track likes, post reach, and engagement metrics. And, you can even keep tabs on your competitors Facebook activity.


2014 09 25 16 32 51 TweetDeck 760x365 12 Free Social Media Tools
Screenshot of TweetDeck 9/25/14
Chances are you've at least heard of TweetDeck. And there’s good reason for that. – it is arguably one of the best Twitter tool available. Some outstanding features include scheduling tweets, customized searches, and even alerts to keep you up-to-date with the latest happenings. You can also track hashtags, events, topics, and view the social profiles of Twitter and Facebook users.
If you’re a fan of Hootsuite, than you’d probably like to know that TweetDeck is a very similar tool. While it may not have the features that Hootsuite Pro offers, there’s a lot to get out of with this free tool.


9. Rapportive
2014 09 25 16 34 33 Rapportive 760x272 12 Free Social Media Tools
Screenshot of Rapportive 9/25/14
Rapportive is possibly one of the most interesting social media tools that I’ve come across. In a nutshell, it allows you to view social profiles in your Gmail inbox. While primarily used for LinkedIn, you have access to the location, job title, and images. You can also view their latest tweets or Facebook statuses as well.
This tool allows you to grow your network by searching the web for people with similar interests or careers without having to search the web yourself. This email add-on is compatible with MailChimp, Bantam Live, BatchBook, BookingBug, Brightpearl, and CrunchBase too.


10. Swayy
2014 09 25 16 35 48 Swayy Better Content to Share on Social Media 760x281 12 Free Social Media Tools
Screenshot of Swayy 9/25/14
Sometimes it’s a challenge to come up with content that isn’t just relevant to your business, but also something your audience will enjoy. After all, you’re a busy person, and you don’t always have time to see what’s trending on social media, let alone create your own amazing content. That’s why Swayy is such a stellar tool to utilize.
Swayy suggests content, whether it’s a video, article, or infographic, that you should share with you audience. You’re even given the proper handles and hashtags to share this content. And, there’s an analytics feature so that you can see what kind of content is resonating with your audience. If you have one dashboard, this awesome tool is free. If you have more than one, you’ll have to check out their pricing features.


11. Qzzr
2014 09 25 16 37 13 Get Your Quiz On Qzzr 760x300 12 Free Social Media Tools
Screenshot of Qzzr 9/25/14
Looking for a simple and creative way to create shareable content on social media that will also drive traffic to your site? Give quizzes a try. Social Media Explorer covered this topic earlier this year, saying quizzes provide information about your site and provide an opportunity to connect with your audience.
Qzzr helps you create various quizzes for your social media platforms. You can create a BuzzFeed-like quiz or one that gives an actual grade. There is also a wide range of topics to choose from so you don’t have to worry about finding a topic in your niche.


12. Easel.ly
2014 09 25 16 38 45 easel.ly   create and share visual ideas online 760x323 12 Free Social Media Tools
Screenshot of easel.ly 9/25/14
Infographics are a proven way to boost your credibility and increase site traffic. That is a great assist, but it can cost a pretty penny – which is no good when you’re on a tight budget. Thankfully, there are free tools that make it simple to create a solid infographic.
Since it’s launch in 2012, Easel.ly has helped over 300,000 users create thousands of infographics. All you have to do is select one of the free templates and start plugging in your data. No wonder so many students and bloggers have been enjoying this free tool.

Source: http://www.searchenginejournal.com/12-free-social-media-tools/116841/
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Monday, December 10


Social media has grown up to a big giant now and its still growing rapidly. It also offers new and meaningful ways for global consumers to engage with people events and brands. According to According to a new social media report, maximum time by consumers is spent on social networks than any other type of sites.
Interestingly, consumers spend 20% of their online time by PC while, 30% of total time online by mobile. Also, the total time spent on social media by PCs and mobile devices in the U.S mounted up to 121 billion minutes in this July, compared to 88 billion in July 2011.
The recent propagation of mobile devices and its connectivity has fueled up the penetration of consumers towards social media. Computers remain as the predominant device to access social media while, time spent with social media on mobile apps and the mobile web has also significantly increased 63 percent in 2012, compared to the same period last year. Facebook remains to be top in the list in terms of penetration, but new social media sites seen hatchling to compete with giants.
In the U.S Facebook remains the most-visited social networking sites by PC, conquering 152.2 million visitors, mobile apps acquire 78.4 million users and mobile web of about 74.3 million visitors.
Facebook proves to be multiple times the size of the next largest social site across each platform. Also, it is the U.S. top web brand, as 17% of time spent online by PC is on Facebook.
There are exploding numbers of social media networks available, and countless number of sites is adding social features. Facebook and Twitter continues to remain as the most popular social networking sites amongst many and surprisingly, Pinterest emerged as one of the stars in social media for 2012, showing off the largest YOY increase in having unique audience as well as time spent of  any social network across PC, mobile web and apps.
Image courtesy: Nielsen


Read more: http://www.dazeinfo.com/2012/12/08/social-media-report-2012-facebook-dominance-in-the-u-s/#ixzz2EepfmPVm
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Wednesday, November 7

Instagram, the photo site known for its retro filters, is an emerging trend in online marketing.  According to Simply Measured, 54% of the world’s top brands are currently using the site, including Nike, MTV, Starbucks and Gucci. In many ways, the site is similar to Pinterest with one big difference – Pinterest is an open window, Instagram is not.
When you navigate to Instagram.com, this is what you see:
Where’s the link to all these cool, photos that 54% of the top brands are posting? (Let me stop here and say, I don’t use Instagram, so I’m coming at this as a complete novice.) I’m guessing that the only way I can see anything is to download the app and start following people a’la Twitter or Facebook. Granted, a lot of people use the service, but how is this a good marketing tool?
Moot point at this point, because Instagram has just announced a big change. Going forward, every user will have their own profile page on the web. Like this:
Once they come online (next week-ish), you’ll be able to access any page simply by typing the username at the end of the URL. If the photos are set to public, everyone, even people who don’t have an account with Instagram, will be able to see your photos.
This is great news for marketers. This means you’ll have a public URL that you can promote without restrictions.
The average user can set his profile to private. He’ll still have a profile page but it will be locked to anyone who isn’t a follower.
Going public is a bold step for Instagram. Up until now, part of the appeal has been the almost secretive nature of the site. It felt  intimate and personal. Now, it feels like a cross between Facebook and Pinterest.
For marketers, it’s time to get on board this fast-moving, social media train. Unfortunately, after this upgrade, everyone else might be getting off at the next stop.

Source: marketingpilgrim.com
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Tuesday, November 6



At Phones Review we enjoy bringing readers details of new smartphones and tablets but we also like to focus from time to time on apps that are available and today we’re looking at two of the most popular apps out there, Instagram and Pinterest. These are available for iOS and Android devices and we’d like to hear from readers about Instagram vs. Pinterest and which you’ll be using to upload your Christmas 2012 photos.

Starting with Instagram the Android app is available from Google Play here while the iOS app can be found at iTunes here. Both are free apps and the Android app is for devices running Android 2.2 or later. The iOS app is for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad running iOS 4.3 or later and has been optimized for the iPhone 5. Instagram now has over 80 million users and offers free customized filters and borders, linear and radial tilt-shift blur effects, instant sharing to Facebook, Twitter and more and unlimited uploads and interaction with friends by giving and receiving comments and likes. Users can share their photo stream with friends and see their photos too and it really is a great way of keeping in touch with friends and family and seeing new photos every time you use it.






On to Pinterest and you can find the Android app from Google Play here or the iOS app from iTunes here. These are also free apps with the Android app suitable for devices running Android 2.2 or later and the iOS app compatible with the iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPod touch (3rd, 4th and 5th generation) and iPad running iOS 5.0 or later. This app is also optimized for the iPhone 5. Pinterest revolves around many interests rather than just photos and videos though and users of the app create pinboards for vacations, recipes, fashion, gadgets and many other ideas, whatever appeals to them. Users can add their own creations to online pinboards, look at other categories they are interested in, follow boards and use their cameras to create new pins.




As we’ve already said, both Instagram and Pinterest are hugely successful apps and have devoted users of the sites who usually favor one over the other. While Pinterest is a resource for gathering and sharing diverse information and ideas, Instagram is a site more focused on the photography element and the two tend to have very different user bases.
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Monday, July 16

Using comprehensive contracts in your SEO business will prove invaluable. Not only will you feel more confident about running your business, but you will also have peace of mind in knowing that you are covered from a legal perspective should any issues arise.

I think it goes without saying that having a contract is a must for any type of service you provide, especially if you deal with thousands of dollars of service value. Not using a contract could cost you dearly in this business, especially if a client chooses to take off before they pay you. Then there’s also the worry of them making continual change requests throughout the project lifecycle if they decide to stick around.

This is why a contract should clearly specify milestones, expectations, specifications and a project schedule to allow both parties – client and consultant – to monitor deadlines and the project overview before getting started. To be qualified as valid, a contract will need to be mutually agreed upon, meaning both parties must sign and date the document. Once your client signs the contract, he or she clearly accepts the conditions laid forth within.

Remember, it’s always easiest to work from a pre-made SEO contract template to fast track the entire process, rather than starting from scratch each time.

Components of a Solid Contract
One thing you should always keep in mind is to include the essential components of your project. To give you an idea what could be included in an SEO contract, here are some examples;
* Work scope
* Payment terms
* Time-frame of the project
* How to deal with delays (initiated by either party)
* Dealing with liability issues
* Cancellations
* Copyrights, etc.

Obviously this is just a rough guide, but certainly a basic framework for you to work from as a starting point. Again, having a solid contract is a smart move in the world of SEO – not having one can lead to serious legal problems.

Key Contracts
While there are numerous contracts, documents and letters that you will be using daily, by far the most common contracts and documents that I’ve found myself using time and time again, regardless of the project type are:
* SEO Proposal
* SEO Contract
* Work Order

Let’s look at why these contracts are the most used contracts in freelance web design.

SEO Proposal
The SEO proposal is the corner stone document of any SEO business. Put simply, it’s your entire sales pitch on paper. This document allows you to showcase your overall proposed solution to your client. It’s the one document that has the potential to gain interest from the prospect and help secure the deal.

The SEO proposal should contain the following information:
* Project overview
* Site recommendations and objectives
* Project benefits
* Functional specifications
* Technical specifications
* Information architecture
* Considerations, assumptions, constraints etc.
* Cost summary including itemized quote
* Project phase or workflow

In a nutshell, the SEO proposal is intended to assist in the understanding of the proposed project for the development of the client’s website. It provides outlined functional specifications and requirements in brief that are intended as guides only without obligation, to the business owner or director. It is designed to direct project and overall implementation, and to give a better
insight as to the procedures involved with promoting the requested site, along with estimated costs.

SEO Contract
As already stated, not using a contract before getting started with any client is certainly not advisable. The complications and issues that could potentially arise are endless. By using a contract, you clearly define the project, set limitations to the amount of work requested, and layout your terms and conditions, including payment terms.

The SEO contract should contain the following information:
* Maintenance agreement
* Payment terms
* Project workflow
* Change requests
* Copyrights and trademarks
* Liability
* Indemnification
* Content ownership
* Non Disclosures
* Project cancellations

The main purpose of the contract is to ensure both the client and the consultant understand they are entering into a binding contract under which they both have obligations and responsibilities. Particularly useful when disputes or legal matters arise. If ever you have a prospect that refuses to agree to your terms and conditions as set-out within your contract – don’t do business with them!

Work Order
The work order is the essential “what’s gotta be done?” document. This document is perfect to use when itemizing each particular section of the requested task. Whether it be an entire website audit, restructure, or a quick fix, the work order allows you to clearly outline in detail exactly what has to be done, and what doesn’t. I’ve found over the years that’s it’s always smart to include
“exclusions” in the work order as well.

This prevents the client from suggesting that they requested something afterwards that wasn’t originally part of the project specification.
The Work order should contain the following information:

* Name of both parties, date and work order number
* Project overview
* Project benefits
* Completion dates
* Project specifications, including exclusions
* Agreement terms including payment, cancellations and general notations

Obviously the more involved the work, the more detailed the work order needs to be, however the basic principle still applies – itemize the requested work ahead of time to ensure both yourself, and the client are on the same page.

Understanding Contracts
One common argument business owners and clients often have is the way in which the contract is specified. Unless you are a lawyer who is familiar with legal terms it can be hard to really understand what the contract actually states.
My advice is to double-check with your lawyer or solicitor. It is important contracts are written with humans in mind. They should be easy enough to understand and comprehend while clearly stating the legal side of doing business with your clients.
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Sunday, July 1

A lot of businesses, old and new, are taking advantage of the marketing mileage that Twitter can present. The micro-blogging site is being used by many companies to do market research, brand advocacy, reputation management, and provide selected highlights from a particular event.

This means that Twitter can expand brand awareness, as well as generate new opportunities for businesses. However, you cannot have a successful Twitter marketing campaign if you don’t have an account that goes in line with your goals.

Branding Your Twitter Account

In order to come up with a successful Twitter marketing campaign, you have to brand your account. Your homepage is basically your landing page, and it has a couple of characteristics that you need to pay attention. That way, your brand can take advantage of maximum conversions.

Brand Your Twitter Background

The new Twitter is considerably wider than it used to be. Thus, you can use the primary left side of your account to brand it. Consider creating a 108-pixel left sidebar with your business’ logo and other online information that you have. This could include the logo of other businesses that supports your product or services. In relation to this, make sure that your background and profile customization goes in line with your brand’s color scheme.

Optimize the “About Me” Section

If you are representing a business, it is best to include its core values to your profile’s About Me section. It would also be ideal if you’ll use your primary keywords, as this will help other users to find you through Twitter search. Additionally, post a link to your blog or website so that your followers can easily access your content for more information.

Personalize Your Avatar

No user trust an account that uses the default Egg avatar. When creating an account for your business, you have to post your business logo or your photo immediately.

Whether you will use a logo or your own picture depends on your campaign. If you are representing your business as a whole, then you have to use a logo. But if you are considered as a thought leader in your industry or a public advocate of a brand where you work from, using your own photo would be fine. However, it will work best if you add a small business logo under your image.

When it comes to Twitter marketing, it is not just about posting tweets about your business. It also has to do with branding your account.
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Wednesday, February 29


Twitter has sold a bunch of old tweets to a firm called DataSift, which will analyze them for marketing purposes.


The Mail Online reports that DataSift is the first such company to get access to the tweets, which go back two years. Another 1,000-plus companies are on DataSift’s waiting list.


DataSift confirmed the report to Mashable, but Twitter could not be reached for comment. The former has launched a product called DataSift Historics, which lets companies extract insights and trends that relate to brands, businesses, financial markets, news and public opinion, a rep says. DataSift will analyze public tweets, not private ones. If you delete a tweet, it’s deleted from DataSift’s archives.


Selling old tweets would be one way to monetize Twitter’s archive. So far, Twitter’s focus has been on building revenues by advertising to its 100 million or so active monthly members rather than selling its data.


Twitter makes the bulk of its revenues through advertising. A private company, Twitter doesn’t disclose its finances. However, eMarketer estimates that Twitter will earn about $259.9 million this year and $399.5 million in 2013.


The latest revelation is sure to rankle privacy advocates, who have so far focused on Google and Facebook. Both of these companies have been accused of having too free a hand with consumer data.




Source: Techgig News
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Thursday, February 23

Many of us actively use sites such as Twitter and Facebook to promote businesses. And those of us who want to connect with more business-related contacts may turn to sites like LinkedIn to develop relationships with people we have worked with or may want to work with. But not every site is oriented toward the business world and its needs.

There are a growing number of social networking sites specifically focused on business users and meeting their needs. Here is a list of 36 additional leading social networking sites for business professionals and entrepreneurs including startups that are worth a look. This list is current as of October 2011, and will likely remain very fluid in the future.

Affluence.org- Affluence.org is a private social network where wealthy individuals connect, share information and engage in meaningful conversations. Affluence.org also provides exclusive, high quality content and advice from experts on subjects such as art, technology and travel.  Membership in Affluence.org reportedly requires a net worth of $1 million (US) or annual household income of $200,000.

Biznik- A community of entrepreneurs and small businesses dedicated to helping each other succeed.  It is the local, independent entrepreneurial community where collaboration beats competition.

Black Businesswomen Online- A social network for African American Women in Business, Entrepreneurs and Bloggers.

Black Business Space- Black Business Space is a community of business owners and entrepreneurs. It uses the tagline “Where Networking and Money Meet”.

Blogher- Blogher calls itself “A Life Well Said”. It is a community of women bloggers in many areas.

Blogster- Blogster is a blogging community that features specific-interest blogs. Blogster members can network and collaborate by creating a blog, commenting on articles and interacting in a diverse online community.

Cofoundr- Another fast growing online network for entrepreneurs. It is a private
community of startup founders such as developers, investors, CEOs, advisors, and
programmers. They are looking to find co-founders, build teams, and get advice.

Data.comThis site was formerly Jigsaw.com and is now owned by Salesforce.com. The individual option offers an online business card networking directory updated by its more than 2 million members who can easily establish contacts with each other.

EFactor- An online community and virtual marketplace designed for entrepreneurs, by entrepreneurs. It is the world’s largest network of entrepreneurs, including over 25,000 vetted investors.

Ecademy- A business network for creating contacts and sharing knowledge. It offers online networking for business, offline networking events and global networking groups. It has been around since 1998. Chairman Thomas Power is the ultimate networker, with 23,000+ LinkedIn connections and 741 LinkedIn recommendations.

Entrepreneur  Connect- This community was created by Entrepreneur.com
as a site where professionals can network, communicate, and collaborate with
others. This site is not intended for mass self-promotion, but is a positive destination where entrepreneurs can exchange real advice and make lasting connections.

FledgeWing- Fledge Wing is an online community aimed at entrepreneurial university students launched in February 2009. It provides aspiring student entrepreneurs with the social media connections they need to develop build and launch new companies.

Focus- A community focused on helping business decision makers and IT professionals make decisions and share expertise in functional areas of business. The community has numerous categories such as small business, HR, Finance, Sales and Marketing.

Go Big Network- This site helps connect companies with investors. Over 300,000 startups have used this community to find funding.

Google+Google’s entry into social networking is called real life sharing, rethought for the web. There are many important people in the technology world who have joined in, sharing their expertise and opinions.

Gust – Gust is the site for Professional Investor Relations, from Pitch to Exit. Gust provides the infrastructure for identifying opportunities and managing the investment relationship.

Home Based Business Network - This site is an online community and resources for starting a home based business, featuring home business profiles, blogs, forums, videos, ideas, and more.

JASEZone- A professional community where you can find potential clients and business partners.

Meetup- Helps groups of people with shared interests plan meetings and form offline clubs in local communities around the world. It can be used for professional interests, not just personal interests.

Networking for Professionals- A business network that combines online business networking and real-life events in US Cities.

PartnerUp- This is an online networking community that entrepreneurs and small business owners use to find the expertise and resources they need to start and grow a business. Members can connect with potential partners, advisers, and business resources such as commercial real estate.

PerfectBusiness- A network of entrepreneurs, investors and business experts that encourages entrepreneurship and mutual success. It provides everything you need to launch and grow a business, including educational videos, articles, events, business plan
software and direct access to experts and investors.

PROSkorePROskore scores and ranks business professionals based on influence and experience using professional history, popularity in social media and peer validation PROskore then uses these scores to help members discover new business opportunities with other members across their network. PROskore currently has over 100,000 members worldwide.

Ryze- A business networking community that allows users to organize themselves by interests, location, and current and past employers. It is particularly oriented to new entrepreneurs.

SiliconIndiaSiliconIndia is the largest professional network in India. It has over
2 Million members, and more than 50,000 new members are reportedly added every
week.

StartupNation- This site provides real-world business advice to people who want to start a business and who want to grow their small businesses. It is a free service founded by entrepreneurs for entrepreneurs.

TalkbiznowBased in the UK, this is a comprehensive interactive business networking site for business professionals.

The Funded- Entrepreneurs can research, rate, and review venture capital sources worldwide here. It is an online community of over 16,500 CEOs, Founders and entrepreneurs.

Upspring- You can connect, share, and learn about the professionals and businesses in your community here.

Unstucture.org- This is an open discussion platform for business professionals, bloggers and contemporary thought leaders to discuss and debate action ideas that would aid the evolution of business. It also has an annual physical event and has published a book of insight and action ideas for businesses of the future.

Ushi.cn- Ushi is the premier business networking site in China. It includes 50,000 CEO- and CTO-level executives and boasts representatives from more than 85% of China’s venture capital and private equity firms.

XING- A European business network with more than 11 million members.

Yelp- A local business review and talk networking site, including user reviews and recommendations.

Young Entrepreneur- A site for entrepreneurs and small business owners who
are passionate about promoting business for themselves and others to network.  It was founded in 1999.

YouNoodle- This site is a place to discover and support the hottest early-stage companies and university innovation. The members passionately support the start-up ecosystem.

Ziggs- A professional connection portal founded on the principles of professionalism and respect.  It claims to be your one-stop source for building your online brand, marketing yourself on the web and simplifying communications with people.
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