In episode #2047, Neil and Eric discuss 7 networking strategies to connect with world-class people. We all have different ways of connecting with people. Based on whether you’re an introvert or an extrovert you’ll have a certain preference for which type of social situations allow you to feel most comfortable in. Tune in to hear Neil and Eric’s tried and true methods for connecting with world-class people and building deeper relationships.
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- [00:20] Today’s topic: 7 Networking Strategies To Connect With World-class People.
- [00:30] Why hosting dinners are a great way to connect with people.
- [01:15] Connect with people online and build deeper relationships by addressing their online problems.
- [01:32] Follow up after meeting someone and deepen that relationship.
- [02:04] Provide thoughtful and well-crafted responses to high-profile tweets.
- [02:23] How to use DMs on different platforms to connect with people.
- [03:14] How to use interviews to connect with other people and expand your network.
- [03:31] Use a CRM tool to remind you to connect with people.
- [04:48] That’s it for today! Don’t forget to rate, review and subscribe!
- [04:52] Go to https://marketingschool.io/live to learn more!
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