Category Archives: Networking

Leave a Lasting Impression with Your LinkedIn Headline

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On LinkedIn, we can also share our personal brands with the world. And we can do that in one sentence. Can you guess where?

In the professional headline, the space right below your name…   

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How to Write the Perfect Networking Follow-up Email

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You meet a great person at a networking event and you have a great conversation. With expectations high, you send a follow-up email. And another. Yet you get no response…   

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11 Ways to Make a First Impression That Lasts

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Whether you apply for a job that’s full time, part time or temporary, small details leave a big impression.

That’s because competition is tough, even for temporary and contract positions…   

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The 5 Keys to No Fear Networking

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It’s harder than ever to get your foot in the door these days. Postings for entry-level positions – which in many organizations have become internships – receive hundreds of applications.

This means the best way for you to end up on someone’s radar is through networking…   

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The 10 Commandments of Perfect Networking E-mails

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Personal or professional, how can we act on our own best behavior as we fire off emails designed to impress the reader?

If it pleases the internet, may I present “The Ten Commandments of Perfect Networking Emails”…   

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How to Become a Social Age Master Networker [Infographic]

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In the early days of social media, it was enough just to be on social. We didn’t have to engage or provide value to be considered successful. Instead, we tracked vanity metrics like number of followers and likes.

Not so now. Today, in the Social Age, engagement is expected. Value is required. And relationships matter…   

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