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Small Business Marketing Tool: A Face-to-Face Networking Guide

My friends at RainToday.com have just published the “Face-to-Face Networking Guide: A Primer for Relationship Building.”.

In it, you will learn:
• The golden rule of networking
• Who to network with and where you can go to find them
• 3 tips for starting a conversation
• 6 open-ended questions to get contacts talking and to build a relationship
• How to get into (and out of) any conversation
• 3 keys to an effective elevator pitch and a worksheet to develop your own
• Networking dos and don'ts
• Tips for following up along with sample notes, emails, and voicemail messages
• 8 common networking stereotypes to avoid
• How to evaluate and replenish your network

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December 15, 2008 in Small Business Marketing | Permalink

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