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Networking means concrete actions. You need to be active and open for new experiences and people. Find few concrete examples, how to take first steps toward new contacts and how to network in events and seminars, social media like Facebook and LinkedIn, you name it!

How to find new ways for networking?

The world is full of different kinds of networks. The challenge is to identify important, interesting and meaningful ones for you. First step is to search those channels and places for networking and recognize your already existing networks.

Find few tips and examples for recognizing your networks and searching new channels for networking here.

How to network face-to-face?

Face-to-face networking happens, when people meet each other. Sometimes it can happened suddenly and effortlessly but in professional networking, it often requires arrangements and preparations.

The face-to-face networking has been divided into two different sections:

  • Networking in events
  • Networking in voluntary work and hobbies and with friends

Find the tips for the face-to-face networking here & here.

How to network in social media?

In social media, it’s very natural to create new contacts and network with people. Different Social media channels have different purposes. Find below practical tips for networking in LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter from here.

How to maintain networks?

To keep your networks active and alive you need to work for those. Keep contacts up and continue discussions in next occassion or in social media.
Check out few tips below, how to maintain networks and connections that you have created here.

 

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