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Here is why. Markethive is a blockchain with our own coin and our own economy, ecosystem. This means we can reward you, will reward you, for your following our social networks. Since we will have your accounts in Markethive, we will be able to check your accounts in Markethive against our social networks and set up a bounty program to reward you with ongoing coin.

As we ad being a media content provider and offer services like Press Releases and sponsored articles, having the huge social connections ads major value to our services, which ads additional revenue to our company, which means we will reward you because of this. Make sense? But it gets even more powerful and we need your engagement.

We are preparing to build a real Press Release system, similar to blogging, but syndicated and distributed to a huge database we are building of 1000+ news sites like Buzzfeed, Medium, Bizjournals, Marketwatch, Boston Globe, San Jose Mercury News and Yahoo news.

Syndication can also include your WordPress sites via Markethive’s plugin just like to our sites like Markethive.com, Markethive.net, Ewav.net, Aboutbitco.in, Iwav.net etc.

Now ad into this our ability to publish to our own social networks (8) each with 10,000 members and you get the picture. But it is even bigger than that. We will make it beneficial for all Entrepreneur upgraded members to enter their social groups into our Press Release system and sponsored article system, were as they are all set up to receive the press releases to all their social accounts. This will be another point of revenue as we grow.

So seriously learn the system, understand Inbound Marketing, learn how to write blogs and build autoresponders. If that is over your head, just upgrade to Entrepreneur and let us do the rest. Either way, you will come alive with Markethive.

ThomasPrendergast
CEO and Founder
Markethive.com

P.S. John Norman and others. The FREE Alexa browser extension is the blue button down on the page. Not the orange button in the top right corner.

 

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Entrepreneurial Social Networks

Top 5 Social Networks Entrepreneur Strategy

There are hundreds of social networks out there. You can’t be everywhere and we all need to focus our efforts and time on the most effective social networking sites. Here are the social networks I would recommend most for entrepreneurs.

Looking for a job? Consider creating your own. There are a number of social resources to help you connect with other entrepreneurs and get your business ideas off the ground.

Here are the top 10 social networks for entrepreneurs. Each helps entrepreneurs succeed by providing them with the guidance, tools and resources they need to setup their company and gain exposure.

Nothing compares with the brute force horsepower Inbound Marketing engine that comes free with Markethive, but we need to build alliances among our peers and this list is the top 10 of other Entrepreneurial social nets we recommend you frequent as well.

1. Markethive

I am putting Markethive as number one for many reasons, including a serious case of bias. I built it, aside from that. Markethive is a traditional easily navigated and profile oriented network similar to Facebook, oriented like LinkedIn but unique in that it's engine is a multimillion dollar Inbound Marketing platform. As entrepreneurs, we invest (spend) millions on autoresponder systems, capture page systems, blogging platforms, broadcasting technologies, known as Inbound Marketing today. Markethive's founder is the same man the developed Veretekk and invented Automated Marketing, auto responders, capture pages basically what has become today known as Inbound Marketing. There is no other Inbound Marketing solution on the Internet that comes close, has the level of integration found on the Internet at any price and the other systems cost upwards of $10,000 per month. Markethive's Inbound Marketing platform is free included and built into the social network.

2.  StartupNation

Most social networks neglect the content aspect that makes StartupNation so useful.  With articles, forums, blogs, on-demand seminars, and podcasts, entrepreneurs will be better prepared for their ventures and have the resources required to make better business decisions. 

There are a wide range of topics being discussed on StartupNation right now, including business planning, marketing and web-based business.  The site also offers a series of competitions, such as a dorm-based 20 contest and an elevator pitch competition. If you're an entrepreneur or hope to become one, this site is definitely one you can’t miss out on.

3.  LinkedIn

It’s difficult to leave LinkedIn off of any social networking list because it’s so useful for anyone who's either searching for a job, is trying to network with like-minded individuals, or building a company.  LinkedIn offers many resources for entrepreneurs, such as groups, including the very popular “On Startups” group that has over 54,000 members. 

Entrepreneurs on LinkedIn should brand themselves properly so they can attract the right kind of business opportunities, and perform searches to find service providers or partners.  As an entrepreneur, you should also be looking to participate in LinkedIn Answers, events and applications to spruce up your profile and become a valuable member to your community.

4.  Perfect Business

If you want to meet thousands of serious entrepreneurs, experts and investors from a variety of industries, then Perfect Business might be the perfect social network for you.  The type of people you’ll find are potential business partners, potential clients and advisers. Additionally, the site has leading business partners like Entrepreneur and Virgin Money.

From business networking to a video center where you can learn from successful entrepreneurs, a business plan builder and even an investor center, you’ll have most of the resources you need to create or regenerate your business. There is a free basic membership and a gold membership that costs $29.99 per month.

5.   The Funded

The Funded is an online community of entrepreneurs who research, rate and review funding sources.  Entrepreneurs can view and share terms sheets to assist each other in finding good investors, as well as discuss the inner workings of operating a business.  General benefits of this site include viewing facts, reviews and commentary on funding resources, and accessing RSS feeds of the most recent public comments by members. 

By joining the site, you have access to detailed fund profiles with specialty, reference investments, and investment criteria, in addition to accessing partner vCards that have full contact information of all partners at venture funds.  In order to get any value out of this social network, you pretty much have to become a member.

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Stephen Hodgkiss
Chief Engineer at MarketHive

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