WEB TREND: Online social networking has become a big deal - for making business and personal contacts, getting the inside scoop on news stories and market trends, promoting your business, learning more about solutions to complex problems, and other good reasons for getting involved. In chauffeured transportation, In the Left Lane and the Limos.com forum, are active locations for people in the industry to make good use of their time online. LCT's Events department has just set up two online group discussions to promote its upcoming International LCT Show and to give those attending an early bird start for networking and connecting before going to Vegas to meet each other. One is through Facebook and the other through Linkedin. Online networking takes up more time for busy people, but its value increases every day.
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