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Twin Cities, MN Business Networking Member Profiles The South Metro Area Referral Team (S.M.A.R.T.) goes above and beyond to promote our members! From interactive business directory listings to individual search engine optimized member profile pages, we do everything we can to ensure that your business gets the visibility you need.
Search for local Minnesota businesses in and around Eagan, Burnsville, Lakeville, Farmington, Bloomington, Richfield, Apple Valley, Prior Lake, Savage, Shakopee, Rosemount, Hastings, Eden Prairie, Minneapolis, St. Paul, Inver Grove Heights, and other communities “South of the River”.
The Southern Metro Area Referral Team is a combined force of local business individuals who are extremely active, focused and ready to provide references to those who become members of the team. The premise of this group is to learn who the members are and interact with them referring your contacts to members when the(…)
Trust is one of the most important aspects of any relationship. Without it, there IS no relationship. Break it, and it’s a long uphill climb to try and gain it back… if it’s even possible. So… how do you gain trust and keep it as you try to build your business relationships?
As members, we are eager to learn more about your business. At least once a year, every S.M.A.R.T. member is given the opportunity showcase their goods or services as the featured speaker at our meetings. By doing this, members of our group have the opportunity to learn more about you and your business. This helps(…)
I see it every day. Real Estate Agents and Brokers, Chamber of Commerce organizations, restaurants, diners, craft shops, spas, health clubs, you name it. They’ll be so excited because they just started a Facebook page, activated a Twitter account, put their profile up on LinkedIn, etc… They’ll post a few spam type advertising or sales(…)
Recently, I was asked to present educational content to members of a local business networking group. Of course, they were hoping to hear about social networking tools and how to use them with their businesses. Suspecting this to be the “cart before the horse” scenario, I asked for a show of hands in response to(…)