Professional networking

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Social media can be adventurous at times. Going through different tools to help elevate your business or brand can be tricky at times. Making sure you have the correct professional networking techniques plays a vital role in one’s organization. Professional networking involves building relationships to expand business opportunities and help with career growth. When speaking about professional networking, it is important to connect with one another on the business side of things. Professional networking is important because it brings things to the table, such as new ideas, new opportunities, creativity, and relationships. My strategy for a professional network is to build relationships without forcing one. Building relationships is the key to networking. However, it is important to not force a relationship because, at times, that can do more damage than good. I believe starting off by building relationships will definitely bring you opportunities within time and not overnight. Building relationships can be done in person and online, such as joint in-person conferences and events, and also if offered online. Partnering up with others to achieve a certain goal or objective with benefits to both parties is what I will continue to develop networks for in the next 6-12 months.

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  1. Great post. I know what you mean about not forcing a relationship, as with social media it can be hard to gauge what comes across as enthusiastic and what comes across as obnoxious, especially when it is harder to express sincerity with an on-screen persona than it is in person. Good luck with everything!

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