Networking – First Class Faves

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This month, we’re inspired by the age-old truism, ‘It’s not what you know, but who you know’. We’ve put together a list of articles to help you learn about, and make the most of, networking. Here they are, in no particular order

 

Make the most of Meetup: 6 tips for personal networking

Meetup is the ideal platform for networking, mainly because that’s exactly what it was designed for. Here’s how to make the most of it.
https://www.firstclassaccounts.com/blog/6-really-simple-tips-for-using-meetup-as-part-of-your-business-strategy/


10 Tips for Hosting a Successful Entrepreneur Meetup

For any small business owner or entrepreneur, it can be difficult to find the right people to know. The solution: Bring them to you!
http://under30ceo.com/10-tips-for-hosting-a-successful-entrepreneur-meetup/


10 Online and Offline Community Engagement Tips from Meetup CEO Scott Heiferman

Top networking tips form the man who runs the top real-world networking platform
http://cmxhub.com/scott-heiferman-meetup/


The Best Places To Network

Find out where the best places are to meet the people that should be included in your business network.
http://www.forbes.com/2007/05/04/networking-meeting-people-forbeslife-cx_sb_07networks_0504places.html


10 Business Networking Apps Entrepreneurs Should Know About

Social networking apps are great for making friends, whereas business networking apps are designed to help you meet the right people for your business.
http://www.inc.com/murray-newlands/10-business-networking-apps-entrepreneurs-should-know-about.html


How to network: 5 methods by top experts

How to you learn to network properly? You listen to the experts, and the people who have done it all before you. These tips will set you on the right path to positive networking.
http://www.bakadesuyo.com/2013/05/how-to-network/


How to Network Like a Pro: 10 Ways to Make a Long List of Meaningful Connections

These tips are designed to help you make real, meaningful contacts, instead of the transient ones that often plague networking events.
http://blog.hubspot.com/marketing/networking-connections


Take Your Networking to the Next Level: Build Actual Relationships

Networking is about relationships. Learn how you can build strong relationships that will last long after networking events finish.
http://mashable.com/2014/01/18/networking/#aK9ra_DHYZqb


Here Are 33 Networking Tips You Can Easily Read in Under 5 Minutes

Bite size networking tips that you can read on the go. These tips are perfect for reinforcing your skills while you schmooze and connect.
https://www.themuse.com/advice/here-are-33-networking-tips-you-can-easily-read-in-under-5-minutes


Learn to Love Networking

Most people hate networking, as it feels so unnatural. Learn to love networking, and you will open up a whole new world to help build your business.
https://hbr.org/2016/05/learn-to-love-networking


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