Blogs & Blog Posts on Networking in Minnesota



Blogs on "Networking"

Shareology
Shareology is a labor of love from a marketing professional with deep exper...

The Art of Being Social
The Art of Being Social is dedicated to exploring the nuances of profession...

The Remarketer
The Remarketer is the corporate blog of Minnetonka-based IT Hardware resell...

Mother Venture Adventures
Enjoy my journey into self-employment, networking with other men and women ...

Jason Douglas's Life Blog
This blog is based on my personal and professional experiences. I am a soci...

Blog Posts on Networking

PRSA / PRSSA Pro-Am Day by Minnesota Public Relations Blog on Jan 20, 2012 in Minnesota, Public Relations, PRSA, PRSSA, NetworkingPro-Am Day (short for Professional-Amateur Day) is an annual mentoring event matching Twin Cities public relations professionals with PRSSA students in an effort to provide a day of job shadowing and networking for participating students to learn...



Expand Your Practice: Marketing to Colleagues (Part 3 of 4) by Lawyerist - the lawyering survival guide on Jan 19, 2012 in Legal Marketing, clients, networking, potential clients, referralsExpanding your practice is something every lawyer has either successfully done or wants to do. When you determine a niche area that you are passionate about and that sets you apart and you’ve put in the time to become an expert, you are ready t...



Is Facebook Ruining Your Life? by Lawyerist - the lawyering survival guide on Jan 18, 2012 in Legal Marketing, Lifestyle, distraction, face-to-face, Facebook, Facebook for Lawyers, iPhone, networking, productivity, quality of life, smartphone, social media, social networking, switching costsFacebook might be a harmless once-a-day opportunity for you to check in with friends and family. But it also might have crept into your life to the point where it is interfering with your ability to do your job well, and, more importantly, with your...



How Law Students Can Network with Adjunct Professors by Lawyerist - the lawyering survival guide on Jan 16, 2012 in Law School, adjunct, law school, law school professors, law student, networkingMost attorneys highly recommend taking practical skills classes in law school. Skills-based classes are a great chance to develop skills you may otherwise not develop during law school. Many of these classes are taught by adjunct professors—whi...



Solo by Choice: A Book For a New Life by Lawyerist - the lawyering survival guide on Jan 12, 2012 in Starting a Law Firm, advertising, blogging, going solo, law students, networking, SEO, social media, solo practice, solo practitioners, starting a law firm, starting your own law firmThe words “solo by choice” either strike fear and terror or spark curiosity and enthusiasm in the hearts of lawyers and entrepreneurs everywhere. Luckily for the curious and enthusiastic, Carolyn Elefant’s two new books, Solo By Choice: How to...



Follow-Up: The Marketing Step Lawyers Miss by Lawyerist - the lawyering survival guide on Jan 12, 2012 in Legal Marketing, business development, follow up, networking, potential clients, referralsThere is a critical step in the marketing and business development process that I have seen many lawyers miss, time and time again. Lawyers have spent countless hours and hundreds of dollars pursuing potential clients, but they left money on the tabl...



New Attorneys Will Benefit From a Mentor by Lawyerist - the lawyering survival guide on Jan 2, 2012 in Lawyering Skills, mentor, mentoring, networking, productivityPassing the bar makes every new attorney think they are ready to hit the ground running and filing Supreme Court appeals their first year of practice. Whether you are starting your own solo practice or working for a big firm, make a conscious effort...



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