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The Most Overlooked Social Network for Business

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Don’t miss out on marketing on Linkedin. Linkedin has become one of the best places for small businesses to gather, promote, and connect recently. Over the years, people have spent more time focusing on Facebook and other social networks than they have on Linkedin. The major reason is that Linkedin was not as advanced in the ability to connect and interact as other platforms. That has changed.

has realized that it must compete with other social networks and upped its game. Just this week, I did a survey with them about how to improve their platform – which shows dedication.

Plus, Linkedin is focused primarily on business unlike social networks like Facebook and Instagram where you get a lot of other static that is not business-focused. Linkedin is also more professional and has become a lot less dry and sterile.

Stop by, give it a try and let me know what you think. If you are already on there connect with me!

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Aunia Kahn, Rise Visible CEO

Aunia Kahn is the CEO of Rise Visible. With 24 years in the industry, she is a highly sought-after digital marketer, strategist, designer and public speaker. Rise Visible was named a Top-Ranking Woman-Owned Digital Agency by Clutch and is a certified Disability-Owned Business Enterprises (DOBE®). Kahn is also an internationally renowned artist and photographer and has been in over 300 exhibitions in 10 countries; at places such as SDAI, iMOCA, and the SLAM. She founded Create for Healing, is the host of the Rise Above Be Visible Podcast and a contributing writer for Better Marketing and Just Creative. She been featured on Yahoo, Prevention Magazine, Authority Magazine and Entrepreneur on Fire. She also identified as a disabled business owner in STEM surviving and thriving with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (Type 3), MCAS, Dysautonomia, POTS, PTSD, etc.

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