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Article Title:
Networking For Success

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Business networking is a powerful way to promote your business. 
Meeting other business people is an essential part of building 
your own enterprise. Businesses thrive when partnering with 
others and business networking allows you to do this. No 
man/woman is an island and the same applies to your business. 

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Networking For Success
Copyright © 2006 Cheryl Miller
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Business networking is a powerful way to promote your business. 
Meeting other business people is an essential part of building 
your own enterprise. Businesses thrive when partnering with 
others and business networking allows you to do this. No 
man/woman is an island and the same applies to your business. 
Alliances and partnerships will allow your company to grow and 
expand. Plus you will gain new clients and customers when you 

Where can you network? Here are a few places:

* Seminars

* Meetings

* Social gatherings

* Business forums and networks.

Seminars are a good way to network, as you will meet others 
who are interested in business. These people who come to learn 
can be good candidates for your product/service. Learn how to 
approach others and make conversation before mentioning your 
product/service, so that you can access whether they will be 
interested. Always attend Seminars that will attract your 
targeted market.

Business meetings: When you meet people from other businesses you 
can mingle with them and check out business partners and possible 
customers. Business to business is a powerful way to network.

Social gatherings: You will be surprised how many people are 
interested in business and would love to start their own if they 
only knew how. By making conversation and discussion you can find 
out if someone would be interested in your product/service.

Business forums and networks: You cannot openly advertise in 
forums but you can always leave your "business card" or sig. 
Usually your name and website URL. Be active answer questions 
(establish your credibility) and ask questions (other peoples' 
opinions can be very valuable.) You will become well known and 
other members of the forum will check out your website and even 
join your newsletter. These are highly targeted and valuable 

When you attend functions, like Seminars and meetings you not 
only bring your business card but also usually wear a name badge. 
Often these are paper or pinned on. A nice reflection on you and 
your company is to wear a magnetic name badge. You can customize 
them with your company logo and they will look better than the 
conventional paper and pinned variety. They add class and 
distinction to your image, increasing the credibility of you and 
your company. You can make them unique and original using them as 
a good conversational piece or "ice breaker." Magnetic badges can 
be a distinctive way to introduce yourself in any business 

Never underestimate the power of socializing in business. You 
learn new ideas from others in your industry and become know as 
an expert in your field. Both these business tactics can lead to 
long lasting relationships and new customers. 

Cheryl Miller is an entrepreneur specializing in niche markets 
For more information about Magnetic badges please visit: 
Cheryl is also the Publisher of the "Magnetic Marketer" 
a free internet marketing newsletter.



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