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Importance Of Follow Up When Networking

Dan McCarthy, Event Manager, Venueseeker A networking event is your chance to shine in front of prospective employers and recruiters. However, your work is far from done after shaking a few hands and giving out a dozen business cards. The work is just getting started. Now comes the follow-up work. There is a right and…

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Cisco 300-101 Exam: A Pathway to Success in Networking

CommPRO Editorial Staff    As technology increasingly evolving, so do Cisco certifications. Cisco is one of the leading providers of routing and switching technological products. The company also offers a number of credentials to individuals trained and tested for their networking know-how. Cisco 300-101 credential is one of the advanced Cisco certifications that has brought…

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Networking—or Not 

Karen Maserjian Shan, Account Manager, Impact PR & Communications A recent article in the Huffington Post talked about the importance of not just business networking, but more importantly, in-person, eye-to-eye, handshake-to-handshake networking. That’s not to say connecting across social media platforms isn’t essential, too, but as the article pointed out, virtual associations can’t match the…

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5 Tips for Networking After a Conference

Jack Monson, Director of Digital Strategy, Qiigo We’ve read many articles and posts with tips on maximizing our networking at or before an industry conference. But what do you do after a conference to follow-up with the people you just met? Most people have two go-to moves: send an email or invite them to connect…

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Networking

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Coach’s Corner – Networking: Necessary Evil, or Just Evil?

J.D. “Jim” Fox, Head Coach, Next Act Coaching You’re looking at the schedule for an upcoming conference, and you see those two early evening hours set aside for a “Networking Reception.”   Does your heart fill with glee, or the pit of your stomach with dread? I think there’s basically two kinds of people in the world…

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Social Schmoozing: Networking or Not Working?

Filomena Fanelli, CEO/Founder, Impact PR & Communications, Ltd.  Time away from day-to-day business. It’s what every harried entrepreneur or busy executive fears. After all, how will the core work get done if you’re not working on the work that your clients demand and pays the bills? Plus, you can’t be everywhere since there’s only one you,…

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Networking: Tips for Beginners

Networking is one of the most important skills you can develop.  It will help you with your career now and later in life.  It’s a skill that will help you develop communications skills and assist with business development skills as well.  Most people struggle with networking so it’s very important to develop the skill now rather than later.

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Body Language Secrets For People (Like Me) Who Hate Networking

By Carol Kinsey Goman, Ph.D Imagine that you are at a networking event with the intent of doing business with some of the other attendees. In your mind, how’s that going for you? Do you see yourself socializing with ease and grace, or – if you are anything like me – has the very word “networking” increased…

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Hello: 5 Networking Questions

“Hello, I’m Marie and you are?” Yes, networking can be awkward.  Most of us hate to do it and rely on the standard introductions and questions.  How many times have you been asked or asked someone, “What do you do?”  To be good at networking, you must understand your goal. Your networking goal is to make a…

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Attending Events & Networking: 5 Important Tips

Attending events and networking are the most important things you can do for your career.  Online conferences and webinars are a great way to learn, but nothing will replace the value of being there, according to Matt Heinz, Heinz Marketing.  I couldn’t agree more.  Here are some of Matt’s reasons and insights: 1.  Get that ‘out of office’…

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Twitter Chat on Networking (November 19th)

Editor’s Note: Jennefer Witter, Chief Executive Officer/Founder, The Boreland Group Inc., will be hosting a Twitter Chat on November 19th at 12 p.m. ET. Join the Chat: November 19th @ 12 p.m. ET / #JenneferTBGTalk About the Twitter Chat… Based on the phenomenal response to my LinkedIn posts on networking, I will be hosting an hour-long Twitter…

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Importance of PR for Hedge Funds

Ronn Torossian, CEO, 5WPR  One of the biggest marketing tools that hedge funds tend to avoid is public relations, which is unfortunate because making a hedge fund available to the press and training the spokesperson for the hedge fund properly can lead to a lot of success for the business.  There are plenty of ways…

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Get Hired: Six Tips to Stand Out During your Job Search

Stacey Ross Cohen, CEO/President of Co-Communications Since the onset of the pandemic, more than 50 million job claims have been filed.  If you are one of the many seeking a new job, you need to develop a compelling narrative and competitive advantage. To succeed, it is not enough to merely update your resume – – you…

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Think Bigger with Thought Leadership

Stacey Ross Cohen, CEO/President of Co-Communications So, what exactly is a thought leader?  And how can it benefit you? A thought leader is considered an authority on a particular subject matter or industry. They share their deep knowledge, insights and ideas with audiences through speaking engagements, media interviews and content development — — and have…

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It’s High Noon for Employee Engagement

Tara Lilien, Chief Talent Officer, Peppercomm When the COVID-19 crisis hit and it became clear we’d need to vacate our New York, San Francisco and London offices, Peppercomm’s senior management team quickly gathered for what would be our last in-person meeting.  We discussed how we could stay connected with everyone knowing they’d be leaving the office…

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PRSA Announces ICON 2020 Virtual Conference, To Take Place October 26-29

Full Conference Experience To Include Keynote Speakers, Professional Development Programs, Networking And Social Opportunities CommPRO Editorial Staff This year has been, and continues to be, a challenging time for public relations and communications professionals. As PRSA explored options for the safe delivery of an in-person International Conference in Nashville, Tennessee in October, it became increasingly clear that…

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