Things to Remember Regarding Networking Networking is considered to be one of the most cost-effective and productive marketing tools available. The main ingredient is TIME It takes “time” to build relationships. More success is seen in “SMALL” circles whose main
How to be FABulous An introduction is a great opportunity to leave a lasting impression on your audience. Forget about gimmicks or surprise tactics; the simplest way to make your mark is to let your audience know what sets you
The What, Why and How of Tag Lines Like your logo, your tag line is part of your brand or business identity. It is a one to two-line phrase that, crafted well, helps you stand out from your competition and
How Networking With Strategic Referrals Can Help You.! The number one reason why new or existing products/service initiatives fail is that management assumed or relies on the fact that they have an excellent product, and do not promote it or
Not all clients are created equal. Some are easily worth the cost of doing business. Some might actually be more of a liability than an asset. By being specific about the clients you want, you can help your network help you in finding the right connections.
We know that networking with other business people and professionals can bring your business a steady stream of new contacts and clients, but how do you make the most of your networking opportunities? Be prepared with the Top 10 Networking
Putting the “You” in Your Business Like every small business owner, you’ve done your homework. You know what to do and how to do it to keep your business going. But, if you’re like most people, you haven’t done your
5 BEST WAYS OF GETTING MORE QUALIFIED REFERRALS Simple tips on how to receive more referrals – main one is “BEING SPECIFIC” Tip 1: If you go to a networking event – unprepared, not knowing what it is “specifically”
How to Nurture Your Network Networks are living entities. They change and evolve over time, with members setting the stage for what direction a network will take. Networks with proactive, contributing members thrive on the time and energy they receive.
HOW MUCH BUSINESS ARE YOU LOSING FROM LACK OF FOLLOW-UP? How Do You Follow-Up? Do you do what you say you are going to do? Why is this so important? Because this is the most common “error” in networking.