Six Tips for Successful Networking


Today’s column comes from David Bell, a successful job seeker who used networking to help land a new job in the current economy. I asked him to explain the secret to his success, and he distilled his experience into six key points that can help you build a better network:

  1. If your contact refers you to other people, keep in touch about how the new connections are going.

With a little practice and perseverance, networking can help you connect with important people and positions much more effectively, and stand out in an increasingly crowded job market.

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