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Strategy You Use For Networking For Business

What strategy do you use for networking for business? Okay, seriously, please don’t tell me you don’t have one! This does not have to be difficult. It is as easy as saying to yourself, “Self, today I am going to meet five new people and engage them in a conversation that will end with a call to action.” Wow, you did it!

Of course what we are really seeking here is a bit more formal, like at least write this down and then at the end of the day write down who you met and what is the call to action, hopefully a date and a time to meet for a serious conversation.

Here are a few thoughts for you in structuring a strategy for your networking:

Write down where you go each day in a given week or month ahead of time.

How many people would you reasonably be able to engage in a conversation, even briefly, at each location?

Record all of this information and make this your intention each day as you are out and about.

A few of you might say, well I network on Facebook and twitter from home. This will be addressed in another blog soon and it is really great you network in the social media realm. The networking being discussed here is face-to-face networking. The type of networking which will build your business faster than any other type of networking you may invent.

Subscribers to my ezine were treated to another bonus this week. Free templates they may utilize over and over again to assist in their networking.

If you know you really need the help of an expert to create a networking strategy with you,  sign up for a strategic business breakthrough session with expert business strategy coach, Mitch Tublin.


  1. Mitch,
    Great tips. Thanks!
    Kiyla Fenell

    • Mitch Tublin Business Strategist says

      You are so busy! Thank you for stopping by.

  2. Mitch,
    Good networking strategies.
    Dr. Robert Fenell

  3. Great tips for getting out and taking action on networking and expanding your circle of connections Mitch
    Heidi Alexandra

    • Mitch Tublin Business Strategist says

      Yes, it is what makes the business grow faster.

  4. It makes so much sense to go into networking situations with a clear plan! It can be intimidating to networking and engage in conversations, but when you know that you are serving a bigger vision it takes the fear out of it!

  5. Mitch, isn’t it amazing how we are now going back to the former methods of networking before social media and internet!
    Thanks for the tips

  6. Love your putting the art of networking into a structure that can be measured, Mitch. More results come one’s way by doing this, for sure.

  7. Mitch – super! a plan and measuring the results. And I love this suggestion: Write down where you go each day in a given week or month ahead of time.

  8. Really insightful suggestions, Mitch. So crucial to be intentional (and measured) in your connection efforts.


  9. I don’t have a networking strategy! Yikes!! Your post has inspired me to add at least 2 networking days a month to my calendar. (And I signed up for your free report…is it too late to get the free templates? 🙂 ~ Carmen