Tag Archives: networking

Twitter, Podcasts and Relationships


I was fortunate enough to be interviewed by Suzi Dafnis and Cat Matson for the Australian Business Women’s Network Social Media Podcast. I chatted with them about how social media for me was about developing relationships with people, engaging with them. I also touched on how I repurpose my content to share online and the systems I use to do ... Read More »

Don’t just speak and run


We all think the reason we should attend conferences is to enhance our learning, along with a little bit of networking thrown in. I agree this is a great reason, but perhaps we can be more strategic about it. Perhaps we could attend conferences solely for the networking opportunities they offer? On the weekend I saw mums from all over Australia converge on the AusMumpreneurs Conference in Sydney. They were there to learn, and learn they did, but the real magic was in the relationships being formed; the matchmaking of individuals who should know each other and the business being done in the corridor. And unless you are there, you don't experience it. Read More »

Networking for your dinner


Carrie Wilkinson the barefoot executive delivered some great content in a networking teleseminar a few weeks ago. What stuck in my mind were her suggested questions to ask when meeting new people. These questions were: What are you excited about for your business in 2010? What does your ideal client look like? Read More »

Ali Brown’s 11 Low cost to no cost marketing and business strategies for 2010


The learning journey continues. Someone I have been following for quite some time and purchased products from is Ali Brown. She does loads of information packed free teleseminars promoting her next product or event. This is very much the norm these days and as such does not bother me at all. What I love is the great content being delivered. This call "Your 11 Best No-Cost to Low-Cost Marketing & Business Strategies for 2010!" included Lorrie Morgan-Forrero and was no exception. I’m sharing the content that I noted as important from the call. Read More »