Happy About Online Networking: The virtual-ly simple way to build professional relationships
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. From the Publisher Whether you're a novice, intermediate or advanced online networker, this book will teach you some trick you didn't know before
Liz is the workplace columnist for Business Week online and a frequent CNN, CNBC and MSNBC columnist on the workplace, networking, and work/life topics. Liz writes on networking for the blog magazine New West and on women and entrepreneurism for AllBusiness. Liz Ryan is a former Fortune 500 executive, serial entrepreneur, and expert on the new-millennium workplace. Liz founded Liz Ryan Consulting in 1997 to advise large employers and startups (D
From how to introduce yourself to how to disengage from an unproductive networking relationship, HAPPY ABOUT ONLINE NETWORKING covers all the bases. But how do you plunge into the online networking sphere, and how do you gain value from it? HAPPY ABOUT ONLINE NETWORKING outlines the tools, methods, and protocols of creating and cultivating an online network for global reach, business and personal support, and professional success. Job-seekers, business-developers, and all sorts of professionals are exploring the fast-growing world of online networking. After reading this book, you will: 1) Lose your fear of online networking or of 'looking foolish' online 2) Make make connections and know how to sustain them over time 3) Improve your business and professional success through online networking
"Easy Read About Online Networking" according to Yvette M. Mason. As an independent distributor for a gourmet candle home business, I was looking for information that I could use to build my business online. This is a great book to give you a starting point on where you should go, what you should do, and who you should network with on the web. I recommend this book for anyone just starting out with onli. Shari Regenbogen said user friendly. This is one book that is of the 'how to' genre but very accessible.I finished it in one evening and every day find tips within that I use at work with corespondance. Looking forward to reading Liz's perspective on other topics, in the future?