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10 Unconventional Networking Strategies That Get Results

10 Unconventional Networking Strategies That Get Results

Ten: I email people just to say “hello”

A typical email could be as simple as this.

What makes this weird is that I don’t need anything from them.

I am sending them an article or a new tool I read about that will help them in their career or business.

Results: People I email return the favor and share the same types of articles with me.

Lesson: Be helpful without having an agenda. This is how true friendships and relationships are built.



Embrace being different and use it to your advantage.

Be who you are and stop trying to be someone your not.

When you are like everyone else you are no longer memorable.

I know that you are reading this post because you are different. You want to:

  • Learn how to build a network with strong relationships.
  • Have access to 80 percent of jobs that are not posted publicly.
  • Have the opportunity to have accessing to some of the smartest people because you know how reach out to them.

That’s really why I created Start Networking Today. It is to help you achieve the above goals and advance your career.

Now it’s your turn.

Which strategy was your favorite? Leave a comment below.



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John Muscarello is the founder of EndlessJobOffers a website that teaches professionals 25 and up how to build relationships with top performers, get jobs, and take their career to the next level.

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