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Getting Started

You are now an Expert Member of www.businessgyan.com. This guide will help you get started....set up your profile page, put up your picture and start sharing with the world !
 

Businessgyan Site Overview.

For someone who has stumbled upon www.businessgyan.com for the first time, here is a small introduction.

www.businessgyan.com is the Destination for business knowledge. It is filled with useful, inspiring and easy to read articles and blogs. It is basically a sharing of knowledge from people who have been successful in what they do

 

Why Register on Businessgyan ?

As business professionals and entrepreneurs, time is a scarce commodity. Yet we need to keep updated on useful  information for business. This can be time consuming in this age of information overload. Businessgyan is the solution for this. Businessgyan's Expert members, find the most useful and inspiring information and recommend it through businessgyan. They are Experts in different fields and are good at spotting articles, thoughts, blogs, videos useful for business

 

Your Identity as an Expert

A share member or Expert is invited to businessgyan.com.A Share member or Expert can blog, share links and insights, and display their profile here. Experts share their views from their field of.

 

Share What You Liked on the Web.

Saw a wonderful article or a video while surfing on the web and like to share it with the business world? It is very easy to do so with Businessgyan. Just submit the link of what you liked- Businessgyan will tag it and broadcast it to your LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter Accounts and also to its subscribers through email alerts and the web. This presentation has more details

 

Spreading your Blog and Tweets to the Business World

How about reaching your blog and tweets to a larger audence? Businessgyan can be used to reach out to entrepreneurs and business leaders. This presentation shows how easy it is to do. Set up your account once and Businessgyan will regularly pull the feeds from your blog and tweets and spread it to a large audiance. Let a lot of people benefit from your expertise. Fun and simple way to spread your thoughts.
 

The Business Social Networking Tool Bar

It is very important to be visible for Business and so to make it easy for the Share Members of Businessgyan to be visible, here is a Business Social Networking Tool Bar which can be used with FireFox and Explorer Browsers.The Tool Bar makes it easy to Blog on

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