Networking is about building relationships. Build relationships and build credibility so that people can get to know you and see that you are the person you want to (or just know) business.
But there are many ways to grab the opportunity with people, giving them the opportunity to separate ourselves from the stock.
When we met people for the first time, we were put through a mental hurdle. We wonder if this person is valid, someone to trust. Have you ever been to an event and talking to someone when a third party comes up and says, "I used John's services, and he's great too." Automatic jumping that "attaboy" gets more credibility in everybody's eyes and some squares (or even I'm not suggesting you hire a professional plugger where you have to wait until you talk to someone and then come to the sign and start announcing it the miracle of the services, that it would surely not be in the line to ask them to mention or be available if you told someone "he was pursuing my ministry and happy to talk to you about his experience." Immediate Credibility
Another Way to be a speaker, many organizations, especially The chambers are looking for people who talk about the topics concerned with their group Instant authentication with the loudspeaker as a knowledge-maker. People who do not even participate in your engagement will still give you "expert" status when they know that they've been lecturing. However, there are pitfalls, and public speech has an entire number. The top two pitfalls need to do a decent job of talking, and secondly, do not infomercial. Infomercials, where you basically run a 30-minute sales demo with 25% discount if you register today (and there are still people), is a huge turning point for the vast majority of participants.
However, presenting a good and informative speech on topics relevant to students instantly instills a number of people, enabling you to show yourself as an "expert" to help your life / career / business. Someone would want to do business. Immediate credibility.
Another way to write articles. There are a lot of publications there, once again the chamber / neighborhood newsletters are reminded of what they want. There are also online sites such as those that accept the articles. The articles themselves are a long-term marketing solution for business or turnover to win.
However, if you can say "Oh, yes, I've published an article on this topic" as well, you can change your status immediately. People writing articles are counted as knowledge-makers, once again giving you credible credit. However, raising the subject should be natural. If you begin to walk around people by writing articles, they do not have much effect (or at least the desired effect). But if a topic is discussed and usually mentions your article, you may expect a positive interest if you know it better.
The last and easiest way to gain credibility when networking has taken its position within the organization. Get to the board or a committee. If the group has them, switch to new people for a greeting ambassador. If you meet new people, are not you in a good position?
Members of the Board, etc. They get a certain introductory pass. Let's face it, be amazed, and maybe a little flattered that they will be watching us. A member of the board of directors, people believe that you are in contact with the community or body and that you are a good person to get to know each other. Someone who should know. Immediate credibility.
As a civil servant you can offer to meet a new member whose intention is to let them know the organization's work. And they love this! If he then sells his business hard? Not at all. But if the goal of networking is to meet new people and build relationships, this is a real, non-threatening (readable, non-selling) opportunity for you to approach people, get familiar with them, and create a dialogue that is profitable for all.
If this is an approach that has inspired you, we suggest you really commit yourself to the situation. Do not just get involved with the name tag, and it will help you get more business when you network. The main reason is because it's just ethical, but if you need business reasons, think of someone else on board. They may be related; they are good people to get to know each other. And if you join, engage, work, and support the organization, which is more than happy to know and support you in your business just for the new member and the senior.
People go through a shopping process. First "buy"; you can "buy" your company and eventually buy the product. If one is the recommended (first example), a knowledge expert (speech or writing) or organizational leader, he gets immediate credibility to get to know him better. And is not that you want people to see when they're networking?