Keith Ferrazzi’s Networking Tips for Advocamp Attendees

In this video, Keith Ferrazzi, author of Never Eat Alone, shares a few ways to get the most out of your next conference.

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Planning is the key to successfully networking at a conference. Decide in advance what you want to get out of the event, and who you want to speak with. Then, do your research! This ensures you’ll have an engaging conversation with your targets – not just a one-sided exchange. Try to connect before the conference to build rapport and schedule a meet-up. Going into events with a networking game plan will help!

To hear more of Keith’s tips, register for Advocamp!  Advocamp is the world’s first business gathering focused on the transformational idea: The future belongs to those companies that develop and mobilize advocates as their primary goal. It’s a full-day event for marketing executives, customer success and customer experience professionals who are passionate about harnessing advocacy to amplify business growth.

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4 Responses to Keith Ferrazzi’s Networking Tips for Advocamp Attendees

  1. […] of his greatest approaches to building strong relationships can be summed up in three simple words: “Give a damn.” This simple concept can dazzle customers […]

  2. […] discussion between customer engagement experts like Joseph Jaffe, Jay Baer, Mark Fidelman, Keith Ferrazzi, Matt Heinz, Bryan Kramer, Laura Ramos, Russell Rothstein and […]

  3. […] You’re not only at Advocamp to learn from business leaders and customer-obsessed marketers, but also to make friends with them. If you want to share your campaign ideas, get input on certain strategies or ask questions about projects your peers are working on—this is the place to do it. Here’s a few networking tips from our speaker Keith Ferrazzi. […]

  4. […] put away the business cards you’ve collected at the conference. Reach out to the most important people you want to keep in touch with immediately. Then schedule times to touch base with other attendees in your calendar. Remember: follow up, or […]

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