How can I make the most use of business.com?
I'm from Avanti Co. Ltd, a Japanese company mainly active for industrial materials. I'm looking to enter the B2B marketplace worldwide in order to promote our products and sell globally.
I just joined the business.com community as a free member. Can anyone advise me on how to make the most use of my presence on this site?
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You can share tips related to your industry and mention your company in the bio, which will get you some exposure.
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If you want your business to be more profitable than ever before, business.com contributor give you some suggestions for how to make it happen. And remember you building a successful business is a marathon.