April 30, 2011 11:01 ET

MySaveologist™ Offers 3 Tips on How to Become a Savvier Networker

Fostering Online and Offline Connections to Promote a Firm Foundation

FORT LAUDERDALE, FL--(Marketwire - Apr 30, 2011) -®, a multi-channel, performance-based-marketing network, offers a fresh approach to entrepreneurs desiring to be their own boss while benefiting from a pay-for-performance business opportunity. The MySaveologist™ home based business model is an ideal solution for entrepreneurs, stay-at-home moms, realtors, the unemployed or any anyone who is looking to increase current income.

The saying, "it's all about who you know" is still standing strong in this "techy" day and age. Not only is this saying still around, but social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Meetup are making this connection easier. Social networking sites offer the ability to share interests and discussions and for groups with friends, family and business contacts to whom you allow in your network. These sites encompass similar features of networking and sharing while still holding on to their own diverse niches. The MySaveologist work from home opportunity provides an array of home services including telephone, Internet, cable, home security and tech support products sales that can be enhanced through these networking options.

When interacting on these sites, keep in mind the following tips to assure you are in route to becoming a savvier networker.

Three Networking Tips from MySaveologist,

1. Engagements. Be persistent, but not a pest. To get on somebody's good side start @replying and/or re-tweeting them on Twitter, comment on Facebook postings; send a LinkedIn or Facebook message if a formal introduction has been previously established. Following these tips should insure an opening starting point. Remember, while being persistence not to overdo it, possibly pushing away the connection before it ever started.

2. Join In. Housed on sites like Facebook and LinkedIn are separate groups based on common interest, i.e. sororities, fraternities, fields of study, hobbies and the list goes on. Join the portals that best fit you, not limiting yourself to just one. The broader your network the more possibilities will open up to broaden your network.

3. Online to Offline. Online communication is a superb starting point, but once you have the opportunity, nothing speaks volumes like meeting face-to-face. Meetup has taken this concept by perusing offline meet ups originally sparked online. Meetup allows members to find and join groups fused by a common interest, taking the initial social network meet-and-greet a step further.

On a more professional note, LinkedIn, a business oriented social networking site, allows users to increase their professional network reach, keeping connections strictly business related. Unlike Facebook and Twitter, most people use LinkedIn to "get to someone" in order to make a sale, form a partnership, or get a job. Through requesting group memberships users build networks and are provided a resource to request information, create networking groups and comment on others posts. These opportunities offer home based businesses a venue to expand their networking even through a wifi connection at the local coffee shop.

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