Express Your Business Needs on oGoing

clock December 23, 2013 05:58 by author Ogoing Team

Express Your Business Needs on oGoing

I am excited to share with you some changes we have made on oGoing 

Starting today, members can now share their business needs and posts in the following 7 areas on oGoing: 

1. Startups - Post any question or need about starting your business, entrepreneurs 

2. Funding - Post any question or need about funding or financing your company 

3. Marketing - Post any question or need about marketing and growing your business 

4. Technology - Post any question or need about using technology for your company 

5. News - What's going on? Post your news, events and goings at your organization 

6. Services - Post specific question or need for service providers in over 100 categories 

7. Offers - Post your time sensitive deals, promotions and specials that create traction 

Did you know that all your posts on oGoing are shared with the community on the Live oGoing wall? 

Login to oGoing today, and start expressing your specific needs now. 

BTW, the three most engaged members in December will each get a $100 Starbucks gift card (for USA members). 

Remember the First Rule of Marketing that I shared last time:

Your customers and prospects are not interested in you or your company. They are not even interested in your product. They are only interested in solving their current particular problem as they perceive it, or generally in meeting their own perceived needs towards their own felt desires." 

The key reason for making this change was this epiphany of how oGoing can help small businesses and professionals find solutions to their needs. 

As 2013 comes to a close, our thoughts gather around family, friends, and those business acquaintances that helped us along our journey every day of the year. On behalf of the oGoing team, I would like to extend heartfelt thanks to you for your support and belief over the past year. 

Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas! 

Sincere regards, 
Sanjay Dalal 
founder / CEO, oGoing
 
p.s.  check my recent interview on YouTube 

 

 



Ogoing is a Small Business Social Network with Big Vision and Mission

clock March 12, 2012 20:33 by author Ogoing Team

Ogoing is an exclusive social network for small business! Ogoing Founder & CEO Sanjay Dalal created Ogoing to provide small businesses the easiest and best platform to connect, share, network and promote their products and services using cutting-edge social media. Dalal's vision is to help over one million small businesses through Ogoing within the next three years.

Ogoing is indeed a Small Business Social Network with Big Vision and Mission!

How will Ogoing achieve this huge milestone?

1. By providing small businesses, entrepreneurs, startups, business owners and SMBs the best and easiest to use social networking service. Our goal is to make Ogoing extremely simple to use, and yet provide key features and functionality that make business sense.

2. By asking all businesses who join to refer and share their Ogoing profile with their business contacts! Have you shared Ogoing with your contacts? Founder Sanjay Dalal's profile can be found here: http://ogoing.com/sanjaydalal

3. By taking some calculated risks. Ogoing will try many new marketing programs and campaigns to drive small businesses to join, connect and use Ogoing. Some programs are already running. Some are being thought out at this moment! Have great ideas?

4. By expanding our team. So far, Ogoing has operated with a very nimble team because Sanjay Dalal has been bootstrapping the company with his own money. It is now time to grow, and get a real team going!! Want to join?

5. By some divine luck and support from angels, investors or partners. Ogoing believes in good karma! If our karma is good, hopefully some partners or angels will help Ogoing grow. Want to help?

Get Your Small Business Going On Ogoing Today!! Go BIG with Ogoing, and Grow with cutting-edge social media.  Join Now



Ogoing and Sanjay Dalal mentioned in "Startup America" initiative Small Business Administration Report

clock May 17, 2011 13:57 by author

"I attended the "Startup America" event on May 12 at Stanford Law School. This event, organized by President Obama and the White House, provided a great forum for leaders, White House and SBA officials, entrepreneurs and community to connect and share our thoughts on growing and fostering startups and entrepreneurship in USA. I am happy to share that I was mentioned in the weekly news update by Small Business Administration - San Francisco District Office. I also submitted my idea for growing 1 million new entrepreneurs in USA." - Sanjay Dalal, CEO / Founder, Ogoing Inc., Small Business Social Network

In this issue:

     White House “Startup America” Initiative Comes to Silicon Valley

San Francisco District Office
News Update
May 13, 2011

‘Startup America’ Initiative Comes to Silicon Valley, the U.S. Startup Capital

STANFORD, CA - “Startup America,” the White House initiative to celebrate, inspire and accelerate high-growth entrepreneurship throughout the nation, made a stop in the heart of the nation?s startup capital for high tech yesterday during an afternoon event at Stanford University.

“Stanford University is a great place for the birth of companies,” said Stanford Law Professor Dan Siciliano, who welcomed 100 entre-preneurs, small business owners, business leaders and government officials to the campus during opening remarks. “The folks who started HP, Google and Yahoo, among others, all went to school here and started companies in the area. This is an exciting time and an exciting place to be right now.”

The coordinated public-private effort of “Startup America” brings together an alliance of the country?s most innovative entrepreneurs, corporations, universities, foundations and other leaders working in convert with a wide range of federal agencies to dramatically increase the prevalence and success of America?s entrepreneurs.

“America?s story has been forged in large part by entrepreneurs who have against great odds created innovative products and services that have changed the world and created millions of jobs,” said Steve Case, the founder of AOL who was appointed by President Obama to chair the “Startup America: Reducing Barriers” initiative. “Our nation once again needs to look towards these creative risk-takers to unleash the next wave of American innovation.”

SBA's Sean Greene, who heads the agency's SBIC program, moderated opening comments on the state of entrepreneurship. Panelists included Peggy Hamburg, commissioner of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration; Teresa Rea, deputy director of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office; Ginger Lew, a senior advisor to the National Economic Council; Canice Wu, president of Plug and Play Tech Center; and Joe Grundfest, a Stanford law professor and the former commissioner of the Securities and Exchange Commission.

“Attending an event like this allows me to gain an insight into the thinking of my fellow entrepreneurs and policy makers,” said Sanjay Dalal, CEO and founder of OGoing Inc., a small business social network site. “I want to share some of my ideas with them and see what they think.”

Jose Corona, who heads the Oakland-based Inner City Advisors, said the people in attendance at the Stanford event like to shape success and meet challenges.
“Entrepreneurs focus on action,” observed Corona. “We can talk all day about problems but entrepreneurs and small business owners really want answers on fixing problems.”

Benjamin Abram, an associate with The Westly Group, a Silicon Valley venture capital firm, had praise for the government's role in business.

“Many of our nation's most innovative companies have arisen from federal programs like the SBIC,” said Abram, “and so many new jobs have been the result of those investments.”

Noted Congressman Mike Honda's deputy director in San Jose, Mike Nguyen, “We?re glad "Startup America" stopped in Silicon Valley. We want a chance to shape public policy and help the economy grow.”

 

Thanks,

Bob Borden

Assistant District Director/Entrepreneurial Development

U.S. Small Business Administration

San Francisco District Office

Download the Small Business News Update PDF from San Francisco Office:

SFDO News Update 051311.pdf (555.16 kb)



Ogoing Small Business Social Network - Join Now

clock April 28, 2011 14:02 by author

Sanjay Dalal, CEO & Founder, Ogoing Inc. introduces Ogoing Small Business Social Network.

Sanjay Dalal, CEO & Founder, Ogoing, introduces the exclusive small business social network Ogoing! Ogoing revolutionizes social media marketing for the small business.

In this video, Sanjay talks about:
1. What is Ogoing?
2. What are the challenges for a small business, entrepreneur or startup?
3. What are the key benefits of joining Ogoing?
4. How Ogoing will help my business grow?

Join Ogoing today, promote your products, find new customers, jump start sales, and grow your business with social media! Join Now: http://www.ogoing.com



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