Using Social Networks For Professional Growth

According to a recent study published by the Madrid Institute for Development (IMADE) eighty percent of Twitter users use it to improve professionally. This in itself is not new, and the merit of the study if it can be considered as well-is that it figures a reality that is evident by itself. Twitter is not only a great vector to generate professional growth. There are a lot of social networks that are not specifically designed for the exchange of information on a professional level as Linked In and Plaxo, but within the range of applications that give its members, promoting professional exchange and listed within highlights. The question may not be what social network used to achieve this goal, but how. There are things we do automatically, such as driving.

But it is not necessary to know how a four-stroke engine, and what is the relationship between the clutch and gearbox to put a moving car. We should get to have the same kind of experiences with social networks. Visit Bobby Joe Long for more clarity on the issue. But unfortunately, it is not. For more specific information, check out Mike Gianoni. Many managers know it’s good to be in social networks, etc. etc. etc. but do not know how. The intervention in social networks requires first take better clarify the rules of coexistence. People flock to social networks en masse, most of the time just for fun. It’s more fun to learn of new developments by reading the tweets from other users who open an online news portal.

Then, they will not take very pleased that there are users who simply annoying you are interested in promoting very similar to spam. Therefore: DO NOT SPAM. Of course, this requires that we use to maximize our creativity and intellectual capacity to achieve the same objective: to advance professionally. The paths, therefore lie elsewhere. First, if you want to grow professionally, is to listen. As in any human relationship, if we did not hear the other hand, fail. The question is not, in this case, “what others say about me, my company, my products, “but you see where the business activity in my field. Imagine that you are a professional chef. His specialty is red meat. But it happens that due to changes in fashion, food habits, the raw material available, and so on. People are consuming more vegetables.

Therefore, if we insist our dishes based on red meat, very soon we will be left jobless. Of nothing is worth promoting “I’m the best cook red meat in the region” if the demand is the other way. Perhaps, some consumer who does not care about fashion, and cholesterol, hire him. But insurance will remain outside the mainstream of professional chefs demand: those skilled in vegetarian cuisine. Enter social networks in the belief that there will draw new ideas and concepts that will help you advance, you “open mind” to things as yet unknown, and help to promote itself in a much more effective. If you liked this post and want to place on your site, you can do it smoothly, provided you cite as a source to Victor Perez Acosta, is an entrepreneur and founder of Internet VPA in 1998. You can find more information and VPA are people in business. We know how you feel other business and what they want. We know you want to save money, but not at the expense of quality. We know you need a reliable partner. A company can always meet your deadlines. We work more than anyone to increase profits for your business, while reducing overall costs.

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