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Many people use this business model + it breaks my first rule. "Every action must drive to continuity." The challenge with this business model... Once you've made the introduction, how do you get paid... well even once + more importantly over + over again. One way to resolve this challenge is...

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Here's your big challenge. The movers + shakers are busy working, so likely you'll only have people on your site which... aren't working... aren't movers + shakers... have free time to network... The best way I've found to make connections with great people is to contact them about an interview...

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Pretty vague question...the more details you provide, the better answers you'll get. Instead of looking for the magic bullet, you have to DECIDE how you're going to make money from your professional network. What kind of people is it made up of (there's that need for details again)? What would t...

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(1) Paying for clicks you would have had anyway. Many people know precisely which site they're looking for in advance. Googling the site and then clicking that paid AdWords link is simply our lazy way of getting where we were already going. And there are cheaper ways of providing visitors with...

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This is what professional networking is about. Even if neither of your receive instant gratification on the objectives you're trying to push right now, the relationship could end up being profitable to both of you down the road. https://medium.com/@tipeveryday/the-disconnected-professional-29575...

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I've helped several businesses do this. 1) Differentiate yourself - make your portal highly compelling for small-to-medium businesses. 2) Give it for free to businesses that are recognizable and will allow you to feature a testimonial from them. This will build credibility. I like to go after...

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Meetup is a great resource for events, so that's a good start. Have a look on Eventbrite and other sites to see what sort of networking events are happening in the city. See if there are relevant LinkedIn groups that you can join and use those to find interesting people to connect with. You'll al...

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Your assumption is not true. They don't care where you come from. Time is money regardless of where in the globe you come from. Ask for advice not money if you are going in cold. Don't send your deck, don't attach anything to that email and make sure the email is max four short sentences. Her...

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It would certainly be viable, particularly if you create events that appeal to particular groups of people. Be sure to appeal to both sides of each group: providers (businesses) and customers. For example, get a local restaurant to sponsor and provide samples of their food and do a presentation...

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I moved to SF from Michigan for my startup a few years back, best decision ever. Lots of events, lots of talent and very accessible vc's. Its all quite natural. Just get into the mix. there is literally events all day everyday somewhere in the San Francisco Bay area. Use some of the free ticket...

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