7 Deadliest Networking Mistakes at the 2012 Traffic and Conversion Summit in Austin
A recent attendee at the 2012 Traffic and Conversion Summit in Austin shares the 7 deadliest networking mistakes she personally witnessed at the summit.
For almost any industry, networking is king. Over and over you’ll hear top leaders say that "it’s not what you know, it’s who you know.”
At the recent 2012 Traffic and Conversion Summit in Austin, there were over 800 top internet marketers in a room learning together. As a result, there was all kinds of networking going on.
Now, there are some networking fumbles that can potentially hurt your chances of making strong connections, and Kelly Tanguay from Always Going Up, a blog sharing “Tested Tactics on Being Happy, Productive & Successful” offers her list of the 7 Deadliest Networking mistakes that she witnessed.
According to Kelly, “The only thing worse than not networking is networking in a way that will get you remembered in a negative light.”
She received recent networking training from some industry leaders, and wanted to share that critical information with the world.
“I actually saw a guy lose a free opportunity to get his brand new product promoted by a huge name in his industry, and it was all because he didn’t pay for dinner. I hoped that by putting this list out there, I could help others avoid making these types of mistakes.”
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