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Online communities can be just as useful as local events

Common Craft - Online Communication Planning: What is an Online Community?. Another excellent explanation complete with a great illustrative example. [Roland Tanglao: KLogs]

Online communities help share information on a specific topic, connect individuals for mutually beneficial relationships, and can help you achieve a common interest. While on-line communities can extend your reach across geographic boundaries, don't forget your local community networks.

I recommend various on-line communities (Ryze, Ecademy) for business-to-business executives and provide a number of resources to make networking resources successful. You want your company involved in both customer and peer communities. How can you reach the largest number of individuals in the shortest amount of time?

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By Justin Hitt at August 15, 2003 5:03 AM  Subscribe in a reader


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