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Monday, January 19, 2009

Social Networking Resource For Small Businesses

One of the key ways for entrepreneurs and small businesses to succeed is to connect and share knowledge with others in their field. Increasingly, this is being done online using social networking websites.

RedWire is one such online community devoted solely to entrepreneurs and small businesses. It is a place to connect with other entrepreneurs for collaborative knowledge sharing, and a tool to expand your contacts and draw upon a greater pool of resources.

RedWire allows you to create a profile, list events and groups, and access content from experts in all areas of business.

You can check out the community at Redwire Nation

1 comment:

tony said...

Over time I have found that consultants and one-man-bands suffer from isolation more than they suffer from lack of business, especially right now. A social network can certainly help. My first recommendation would be to pick up the phone once a day and call friend or family.