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I was impressed, for a newer social media platform, they really had their act together.Well laid out, easy to manage, and has a great outlet for Q&A. It was the first date, and though I was impressed I still felt that my time was spend better elsewhere.Let’s do this, I thought to myself, and I signed up and started setting my profile up. We’ve all had that old dating partner, the one we’ve know for years, who can be distant and full of themselves at times, but remains familiar and safe and keeps you from wanting to make a change. Linked In had me hooked, and I simply couldn’t let go.We’d been dating since 2003 and over the years had changed and grown together.On Alignable you have three basic areas to work in: - My Network: here is where all your connections and potential connections are- My Community: this is your drill down for local- Q&A Forum: Both the overall nationwide Forum as well as a local Forum option Here’s a bit more detailed information about how I use the three of them… This is where you can look for the type businesses that you want to connect with.Like industries, complementary industries, businesses that can help you and businesses that you can help. I also personally try to look for people that are active on the site, it just makes good business sense to search for ones that will provide great content for you and you can do likewise. Cost effective, with greater control in reaching your target market of complementary consumers. Let's face it, today's consumers are BUSY and they need to search for solutions to their needs/pain quickly.Consumers base their decisions largely on the trust of others' opinions and experiences.
I completely severed my ties with Linked In, and decided to go full throttle with Alignable, and here is what I found: But here is the real beauty of Alignable, the secret sauce, if you may, is that it will best serve you and your business if you serve it….
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In the Forum, you can do nationwide or your local area. Local is best if you need a recommendation for a local vendor (florists, plumber, web designer, etc) as well as to talk about anything that is specific to your town (for example: parking issues, local legislation, town robberies, etc).
In a similar vein to the Q&A Forum you also have the Alignable Blog ( a great resource to both consume and share longer form advice) and the Brand Ratings section.