When I moved SEOJet into a communal workspace I honestly didn't know what to expect but I learned a couple of things the hard way. I'm not the type of person to try to force my business down someone's throat so that probably caused me to go the other direction and not be social enough with the other companies in the space. I remember after being in the co-workspace about 6 months a business owner approached me and asked if he could talk to me. I could tell that he was a little nervous to approach me. He asked me what SEOJet was and then when I explained it he literally said: "why didn't you let me about this sooner?" When a second company in the building approached me in the same way, I felt a little ashamed for not being more social and vocal. Obviously this situation worked for me because businesses in my target audience shared the space with me. But I quickly realized the value of having a bunch of business owners that I could network with. I was also able to find a good web developer as a referral from someone in the workspace.