Principles, Strategies, Techniques, Examples and Tips to help you Get More Business by Building
Stronger, More Profitable Networks.
Time is the only non-renewable resource. Use it wisely.
1. Maximize your time and message
How do you get more from your networking time? Plan your networking both strategically and tactically.
Create a networking plan that fits your business plan. Choose networking groups that fit your plan. In selecting
your networking groups ask yourself these questions. Who do you want to do business with? Who do you want to
associate with? Who do you want to be known by? Who can help you do more business?
The best groups to join and visit are those your best prospects belong to. Some associations allow supplier
members. That is letting the fox in the henhouse.
The next best is one where you will find possible allies or advocates. These are people who because of their
positions might influence others to do business with you. This might be a referral, “I heard they were looking…”,
“You can use my name...”, or an endorsement and direct introduction.
The third-best networking groups are ones where you might find second best prospects, secondary referrals and
Some groups might be a combination of these three types.
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© George Torok is the author of
“Your Guide to Networking Success”. He is the co-author of the national bestseller, “Secrets of Power
Marketing”, the first guide to personal marketing for the non-marketer. As host of the weekly radio show he
has interviewed over 400 business leaders. Order your copy of “Your Guide to Networking Success” at http://www.business-networking-tips.net/