Are you having difficulty getting in touch with certain people from your business? Do you have trouble locating and introducing yourself to an investor? Would like to know who of your friends has the best contacts for your work?
If you are, then you need to start mingling and networking. As a business owner, one of your primary goals is to create quality contacts, and the only way you can do that is by meeting new and interesting people. By quality contacts, I mean everyone who’s doing something worth mentioning or is working in the same or related industry that could in a near or distant future, be of certain use to you or people from your contact list.
Use Your Current Contacts to Get New Ones
I don’t know about you, but I, as a business owner, want to link together and get familiar with as many people as possible from my industry. I want to know what they do, who do they work with, how good are they at their job and how they do it.
You can learn a lot from talking to people. Sure, people tend to misrepresent themselves, disappoint and talk nonsense, but maybe some of them will provide you with great information that could end being essential to your current or future endeavors? Maybe some of them know certain people who share the same thoughts as you do, or have the ability to offer solutions for your current problems?
Maybe some of them just happen to know certain investors who could be interested in funding your projects? Maybe they have people who could really use your services or advises? – It’s all far more possible than many people like to think it is.
Networking is, especially for small businesses, one of the most cost-effective ways of reaching out. Talking to specific individuals and letting them know just how serious and professional you really are feels pretty easy to some of you. But, let’s face it, there are a lot of smart and intelligent people out there who are far too shy and unsure to open themselves up in front of a certain audience.
Yes, networking provides great results, but most of the times, it really feels like fishing in an empty barrel. Luckily, there’s a thing called Conspire to help us get linked with the people we want to get linked with, and remind us which of our contact need more stimulating.
Get In Touch With Investors Who Are Not That Easy To Meet
Conspire is a tool that analyzes your emails in order to show you the best path to the person or company you want to meet. With its great analytical algorithm, this neat add-on processes your information, evaluates your target and finds the strongest path of connections in your extended network to any person or company you’re interested in.
Conspire knows where to dig to get the information you need. When this app gets into your Gmail inbox, it looks at your email headers (to, from, cc, bcc, date) to see just how strong your relationships really are. Conspire goes into all details and ranks your connections.
The guys at Conspire maintain an always-up-to-date network of connections, so you as a user can focus on different things. When you need to reach a person or company, Conspire finds the strongest path of connections in your extended network and tells you how to get the best introduction. Great, right?
Conspire is pretty easy to install and use. With just a few clicks, you can have this extension up and running. All you need to do is give the program permission to access your Gmail inbox and see your basic Google profile information, and it will automatically sync your contact list and combine that with its huge data base.
All you need do is to type in what you want, and Conspire will find it. No additional connections required.
This is pretty cool and reliable app that could be of benefit to a lot of freelancers and business owners out there. Give it a try, I really find it useful.