It’s been said that, ‘Networking is more about farming than it is about hunting.’ To be successful, you have to put yourself out there, meet new people, and show that you’re someone they can put their confidence in.

Looking to make new contacts and get your message out there? A live event is a great way of building your brand and it doesn’t have to break the bank. Find out more from Eventbrite.

Creating great content (and lots of it!) is becoming a vital part of getting people’s attention, so we asked our friends at Percolate to share some of their insight.

Conferences can be a hotbed of contacts and potential profit – if you know how to make them work for you! So what can you do to make sure your experience at any event is fruitful? Follow Eventbrite’s guide to habits of highly successful attendees.

As a candidate looking to stand out in an over-saturated market, it’s part of your job to use all resources available to show off how good you are – and that includes video.

How do you reconcile social networking turning the world virtual, with new technology that’s all about where you are in the real world – and make both sides work for you and your business?

Looking into crowd-funding to raise money for your new project? Andrew Denham, founder of The Bicycle Academy is here to help!

It's always nice to receive an accolade - but entering business awards, even if you don't win, can really help to boost your profile.

Anyone can collect Business Cards - it's what you do with them that counts. Constant Contact have tips to turn new cards into new clients.

A picture paints a thousand words - so an actor's CV needs to present the perfect one. Luckily, Spotlight is here to help you choose.

How do you network successfully in the real world? It starts with a conversation - so make sure it's a good one, with these tips from Klout.

MOO's master of social media, Dan Harris, has some expert tips to make sure your personal online branding puts you one step ahead.

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