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The sooner you start networking, the more potential results will come your way. Maintain your connections by looking for opportunities to support the people in your network.
Write positive reviews and let them know. Add comments on their blogs and posts. Acknowledge and compliment them on any promotions they receive. Even if the connection does not lead anywhere, you've gained experience that will help in future efforts.
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Look for opportunities to do something for your connection.
When someone connects with you on LinkedIn, thank them and ask if there is anything you can do for them. It can lead to valuable connections and partnerships. Always follow up your meeting with a thank-you note.
Platforms like LinkedIn and Twitter can be used to find people in your field or industry you want to work for. Look at their profile for anything similar that you can connect with, such as similar goals or interests.
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