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Monday, June 7, 2010

Create Your Own Dealer Network With Tradeloop's New Connections System

Use Tradeloop's new Connections system to form your own personal network of trusted dealers and find new business opportunities. The Connections system is similar to LinkedIn, but offers more security because it's limited to the Tradeloop community.

You can invite any Tradeloop member or registered user to join your network. Here's how:
  1. Go to the person's profile page and click on the "Add name to your Network" link.
  2. That link takes you to the "Request Connection" page where you can type a short personal invitation.

  3. Visit your account's "Manage Connections" page to check the status of your invitation.
The Manage Connections link on your Tradeloop Account Home page shows you the members you've already connected with, members you've invited to join your own network, and who has issued invitations to you.
You'll receive a notification email when other members invite you to join their networks. Accept their invitation using the "Accept Connection" button in the email invitation you receive. You can also join from your account's "Manage Connections" page. The middle column lists "Pending Approvals," which are invitations you've received but not accepted yet.

Tradeloop's Connections system is launching today. Check it out and share your comments here at the member blog. We want to you what you think!

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