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Collaborative spirited business and professional women can now network on our new One Million Woman Link Up LinkedIn group. Key discussion topics are in place to jumpstart the conversation. They can share their 2019 business goals; types of women-owned companies they are interested in collaborating with; and much more.
Ladies Let’s Connect on LinkedIn is our Facebook group. It offers women the opportunity to share their LinkedIn profile, business story, Company Page, etc. If they are a One Million Woman Link Up participant, they will get a special spotlight.
Pinterest’s great new feature is communities. The One Million Woman Link Up has two communities that are in the process of being set up. You can only see the Community tab on Pinterest if you have been invited to join. Our first community is LinkedIn for Women. It’s for women who are passionate about using LinkedIn for business. Our second community is Collaborative Marketing. Members can add pins, discuss business and more on the
Our Twitter List, Women’s News Bureau, offers business and professional women a place on Twitter to share news and hang out with like-minded women.
Slack is our collaboration hub. The Smart Women Partner community is open to women involved in the One Million Woman Link Up. It’s a source of news, networking, and collaboration. An invite link is sent out in the welcome email.
We are setting up spaces on YouTube, Instagram and more for One Million Woman Link Up participants to interact. They will be shared as soon.
Have you added your business to the One Million Woman Link Up yet?
The One Million Woman Link Up does not offer memberships. Membership implies something will be done for you. Whereas the women who get involved will work together to build the One Million Woman Link Up so it can benefit their bottom-line. Free and fee-based involvement is available to accommodate different budgets and business goals. The “fee” for participating in any project or event is simply helping to grow the One Million Woman Link Up by bringing two female LinkedIn connections into the movement.