BranchOut is a popular Facebook application that is used to search new jobs and can connect with professionals across the globe. The BranchOut App is used to recruit employees as well.
Launched in July 2010, as of now it has more than 25 million registered users to its credit. BranchOut is backed by the dedicated team strength of 45 employees. It has grown so smart that it poses a challenge to a professional dedicated network that connects professionals — LinkedIn. LinkedIn was launched in the year 2003. It has more than 200 million users which are being benefited from more than 200 countries. The site is available in 13 various languages including English.
If you’re like me, then your social profiles haven’t done anything to your business life other than imploring you to waste valuable working hours looking at random acquaintances’ mobile uploads of their cats. Enter LetsLunch.
LetsLunch is a new networking tool that blends the ease of online networking with the practical use of actual networking. And, its as easy as 1-2-3. Literally!
If you have a LinkedIn profile already you’ve got step 1 done (if you don’t you can create one or use a LetsLunch account).
Step 2 is to tell the system what days you are free for lunch — after which it will send you an email with your possible lunch matches and restaurants within a convenient distance for both parties.
Take a guess at step 3 (hint: its delicious, entertaining and gives you something to do over your lunch hour).
Surprisingly, the prevailing attitude towards social media websites such as Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn is one of either ignorance or disdain. Many small businesses have not seen how much of the small and medium business world have begun to use these formerly consumer products for various business purposes.
Social media hubs like Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn can definitely be trusted to launch your business online. That was an easy question, wasn’t it? But you are not that easily convinced, and nor should you be, because you did not become a successful businessperson by simply believing whatever anyone had to say about something. You required proof and statistics.