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Connect in the real world, not just online
Meet face to face with your network.Â For example, Mignott created a series of networking parties to bring people together. While organizing a party might not be at the top of your list, try scheduling a time to grab coffee or drinks. Â It’s as simple as mapping out what you want to get out of a meeting, who you can bring to the table, nailing down a date and what you can do to further the growth of all involved parties. Bring things full circle and take the conversation back online. Â Continue maintaining that relationship online and off.
Keep close tabs on your competition
If someone is in a space you see yourself in, see how they did it and learn what they are doing daily to keep the momentum up. Â See who they are connected with and see if you can either work with them or better connect with that community, advises Walsh. Â Also, find, follow and interact with thought leaders in your industry. If you can connect with them, they may become your very own brand ambassador.
Commit this to memory: “Content is kingâ€
You have to constantly keep on top of your various social media profiles to stay relevant and in the know.Â Hence, constant (but relevant) content distribution is a must. Keep a steady flow of original content and partner shares available for your network to peruse through.
Remove descriptors such as “guruâ€ and “expertâ€ from your online bio
In social, there’s no such thing as an expert. Â The digital world is constantly changing and everyone in the space is learning together daily. Let your content speak for itself, not your bio verbiage.
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