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May 11, 2009 6:51 pmseeking advice#

Ken Lee
Hi all,

I am seeking advice from people who have successfully networked on Ryze in the arena of lead exchange. Currently I am home bound so working online networking sites is bassically all I can do. I'm not trying to recruit and definitely not trying to find the latest, greatest become a millionaire yesterday program.

Is there a place on Ryze or elsewhere that is a legitimate lead exchange source?

Ken Lee
kenlee46@yahoo.com

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May 12, 2009 2:22 amre: seeking advice#

Lamar Morgan 954-603-7901

Ken,

I just did a search of Ryze's networks and came up with a network called Entrepreneurial Exchange Network. You might give that a try. Plus, you can always do a Google search and see what pops up.

To my knowledge, the most successful leads exchange group is BNI (Business Networking International). However, unless the rules have changed, BNI requires physical attendance at its meetings and you are not in a position to do that.

Have you tried looking at Google Groups or Yahoogroups regarding lead exchange groups?

Lamar Morgan
Network Moderator

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May 12, 2009 5:19 amre: re: seeking advice#

John Stephen Veitch
Hello Ken

Take a look at these two pages and see if they help.
http://www.ate.co.nz/crosslinking.html
http://www.openfuture.co.nz/crosslinking.html

There is an excellent blog by Mawuna Koutonin that you should read. http://linkcrafter.com/blog/

Taking his advice I'm building links which are not available to the public yet. However you can take a peek.

http://www.ate.co.nz/recommendations/

There's a fault in your Ryze Page Ken. If you take out the stuff you put in. See if you can correct it. If you can't I'll have a go at it for you.

For a start you've got table HTML in the script you are running and that's probably the problem. Running a HTML Validator on a Ryze page is a pain because it produces hundreds of errors. If you need to send me your own edited bit. Email it to me. You do have my address.

John




John Stephen Veitch
Open Future Limited - http://www.openfuture.biz/
Innovation Network - http://veech-network.ryze.com/
Building an Open Future - http://openfuture-network.ryze.com/

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