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Anastasia Ashman

What’s The True Value Of Social Networking?

You’re a leading a digital life. Do you sense that? Rather than going online to do something in particular and then going offline to where you actually live and work, the virtual world now represents a fuller picture of who you are and what you are up to. It complements and enriches and facilitates the…


Anastasia Ashman

Simple Way To Welcome People Into Your Network: Open Doors

If you’re here at Curatti, you’re building digital community. All of us here are seeking connection with people we want to be in touch with, whether we’re business owners or marketers or industry peers, or simply exploring the professional possibilities of today’s increased connectivity. I know for me, as a solopreneur with a publishing world…


Anastasia Ashman

Fill Out Your GooglePlus Profile To SEO Yourself

In this weekly series on online community building, I’ve been talking about how to appear online as the distinct entity you are using unique content, whether you’re representing yourself as an individual or as an employee of a company, or as a business. Today I want to focus for a moment where all that content might…


Ana Pischl

Career Growth: Industries Have Expiration Dates Too

The past is linear. The future is arguably a little less linear, and a little more jumbled ball of stops, rest points, and sideways explorations. Online education is abuzz at the moment—sites like Udemy, Skillshare, Couresa, etc.—all competing to be your education supplement. This post isn’t so much about why you should be taking those…


Cesar Romero

The Multi-Generational Dilemma and The Golden Opportunity

After participating as a mentor in Startup Weekend and leading several adventure travel groups I   realized how powerful collaboration is and it got me thinking about finding ways for different generations to work together through a shared purpose and exploring areas where we can learn from each other. Throughout 2013 I had the opportunity to…


Anastasia Ashman

The Great Big Social Networking Experiment

You’re building a global network. Today, we all are. Most of us have never built a global network before. We’ve never had the vast capability that we now have thanks to social technologies. No wonder we don’t know what we’re doing. It’s all an experiment. Trial — and error. And the stakes are getting higher every…


Anastasia Ashman

Here’s How to Use Social Media To Build Powerful Networks

If you’re thinking about growing or engaging your network online, I find a lot of people somehow manage to skip two fundamental steps. 1. Include people you already know 2. Actively connect to people It seems when we’re focused on community building on the web we feel the need to reinvent the wheel! For instance,…


Anastasia Ashman

How to Use Twitter Chats to Build Dynamic Online Communities

If who you follow is a key to deriving value from your social networking activities (and it is!), the better you do it for your own purposes, the more you’ll benefit. Here’s one bountiful way into the chaos that will help you find people and accounts sharing content you’re going to want to see in…


Albert Qian

Why Influencers are Important For Your Brand

Saying that marketing is expensive is equivalent to beating a dead horse, but it’s the truth. With so many options today in digital, email, printing, and branding costs, just to name a few. In today’s day and age, finding influencers for your brand, either through customer acquisition or reaching out is one of the most…


Michael Nelson

16 Proven Resources for Small Business Owners

As a business owner, it’s challenging to run the business, deliver value to your clients and market/sell to keep the work flowing.  Here are 16 resources that will help make your life easier in these three key areas.  I’ve used each of these or had them recommended by people I trust and respect. What have…


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