Networking 101: What You Need to Know for Networking Success


Let's face the facts: employers and recruiters are much more willing (and more likely) to hire individuals that were recommended to them, or those that they have met before. Hiring contacts that they already have lessens the chance of hiring an under qualified candidate, and makes the process easier overall. Moral of the story is: networking will heighten your chances of being hired and will help you advance within your career.

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Networking 101: What You Need to Know for Networking Success

What you will learn in this eBook

Although meeting and networking with new people that could be beneficial to your career may seem like a breeze, there are many that can't seem to start up the right conversations. Networking 101 will show you how to:

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Maintain a large group of important contacts
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Avoid blunders while networking
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Reconnect with old contacts
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Continue making business relationships

Sneak peek

Already Have Contacts? Don't Forget to Reconnect

Whether you are in the corporate environment or own your own business, you know how important business networking is for your advancement and growth. But often, life gets in the way, and we lose contact with some potentially important people in our careers. So, what's the best way to reconnect?

Chapters

Introduction
The Truth Comes Out: Networking is the Best Job Search Method
Networking Etiquette: How To Make Connections the Right Way
Already Have Contacts? Don't Forget to Reconnect
The Big Secret? Don't Stop Networking After You Get the Job

About the author

Anne St. Hilaire
Anne St. Hilaire
Anne is my name, marketing is my game. Slight obsessions include: antipasto, social media domination, and helping job seekers score the career of their dreams.
Networking 101: What You Need to Know for Networking Success