College is all about your future, and everything you do in college is about preparing you for what you will do after you graduate. An important part of this preparation that many college students forget to capitalize on is networking. College is one of, if not THE best place to build your network. And in today’s competitive society, it’s never too early to start developing your own personal network of contacts that will help you elevate your future career.
Take a look around, because your friends, fellow students, professors, and advisors will turn out to be an invaluable asset for many years to come, providing you with a source of valuable referrals, insights and future business opportunities. Some of the friends you have now in college will become the business leaders of tomorrow. Just imagine the benefit of staying in touch and personal with these people in a relationship that goes way back to your freshman year – priceless.
Adding pictures to contacts in your address book is a great way to make the people in it more recognizable and more personal. In this how-to article we are going to see how to easily add a picture to your contacts in Google Contacts.
Automation is a method or technique, of operating or controlling a process, which eliminates the need for human intervention in order to complete a task. Luckily enough, we can apply this same idea to contact management to easily store and find contact information, such as names, telephone numbers and job titles.
Automation is a method or technique, of operating or controlling a process, which eliminates the need for human intervention in order to complete a task. Luckily enough, we can apply this same idea in contact management to easily store and find contact information, such as names, telephone numbers and job titles.
1. Go to the old version of Google Contacts, by clicking on Go to the old version on the left hand side bar.
There are many cases where you might want to export your contacts from Google to a .csv file. For example, you may want to import them into another address book, manipulate them in Excel or just for keeping a local backup of your contacts.
In this how-to article, we are about to find out how to easily export your contacts.
In today’s world, smartphones have improved living standards and how people approach things and situations. Even though they have provided great functionality and usage to people, we have all experienced the “headache” of having a ton of repeated entries in our address book.
As an Insurance sales agent, part of my job is to be constantly on the road and therefore, using my phone as my main tool of communication. Being in sales, I was in desperate need for an efficient way to help me stay more organized when it came to my means of communicating. When I came across Covve, I was instantly hooked. I immediately fell in love with the In Touch feature and how well it helped keep me organized.
Freelancing comes with the benefit of being your own boss, but also, the struggles of having to circulate business and generate new clientele all on your own. In order to keep a strong flow of business, you need to expand your network and utilize your existing contacts for fresh opportunities, referrals, and introductions.
Covve is a contact management app helping freelancers manage their contacts and seize opportunities that are hidden before their eyes, right there, in their cell phone.
Not so long ago in the grand scheme of things, the majority of your communications would have taken place in person. And while the rules and customs no doubt varied from place to place, they probably hadn’t changed a whole lot until telephones became commonplace — then we had to come up with a new set of customs for this new kind of communication. But even then, most of our communication would be with people we’d already met, even if long-distance phone lines let us talk to them at a great distance.
“You are cordially invited to a networking event. Wear your best business clothes and bring your A-game. It’s time to make a good first impression!”
If you’ve been working in the professional world, there’s a chance you’ve received an email invitation like the one above. You know the game: there’s an event for up-and-comers that’s going to help you pave the way forward for your career.
The business card is to the corporate world what sliced bread is to the average home — a staple. Walk into nearly any boardroom in the world and watch as the first thing you see is the trading of all-important contact information in the form of a small rectangle.
Very few of us can look at where we are and really say that we got here alone — there are always people we have come to know to help us get there, and in today’s world of social media and increasing interconnectivity, we’ve come to know a lot of people. But we can sometimes fall prey to our own expanding contacts list — can you make sure you’re getting the most from what can almost become a deluge of connections? And can you do it without being fake?
We exhibited Covve as a Beta start-up in the Web Summit in 2014 and, with so many detailed comms, we were thoroughly prepared for the event. There were however many small things that I wish we knew before we went. This is a collection of lessons learnt and also hacks and tricks to help you get the most out of it.