Top 5 Reasons to Join KikScore on Next Wednesday’s #SmallBizChatJuly 20th, 2011 | Events,KikScore & KikReport | No Comments »
Gone are the days where interviews had to be conducted face to face, person to person. With the evolution of technology and now social media sites, Twitter has become the perfect setting to conduct an interview. In fact, Melinda Emerson has taken advantage of this and hosts a popular weekly #SmallBizChat to create a network for emerging small businesses to both teach and inspire one other. TaiGoodwin, the founder of Launch While Working, is another host of the #SmallBizChat (and you may remember her from our interview with her earlier this summer, which can be found here). The topics vary every week, all matters in regards to small businesses and the challenges they face. This helps and strengthens the small business community, aiming to prevent future small business failures. What makes these interviews different from your traditional one on one interview is that both the participants and guests can type in their answers to questions from the host, allowing for an interactive interview.
Next Wednesday, July 27th, our own Raj Malik has the honor of representing KikScore on the #SmallBizChat at 8:00 PM. He will be discussing online trust with Melinda Emerson, enlightening the small business community on How to Make Your Business Look Credible and Trustworthy Online. This #SmallBizChat is one that should not be missed. Here are the Top 5 reasons to attend next week’s SmallBiz Chat with KikScore!
1. By participating in the chat, you have the chance to introduce yourself and promote your brand to both KikScore and the small business community.
2. The statistics regarding online trust are shocking and detrimental to all small businesses, as many customers choose bigger, more popular brands as opposed to lesser-known small businesses. Therefore, it is important that you learn how to make your business look trustworthy and reliable to potential customers.
3. Get fast knowledge and rapid responses to your online trust-related questions and comments.
4. It’s more fun and valuable to be a part of an interview than just reading or watching someone else’s. Take part and be active!
5. Honestly, you’re going to be on your computer and most likely Twitter anyway, so you might as well join the #SmallBizChat.
So if you have a rising startup or small business, or are just an ambitious entrepreneur, or just want to learn more about small businesses and online trust, take part in next Wednesday’s #SmallBizChat with KikScore! I will see you there, or I will see you on another time!
Here is more information regarding the chat and how to enter.