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Part 2: How To Network Efficiently On Forums

By Preben Frenning On December 5, 2008 31 Comments

 
Yeah, go network a bit now!

Yeah, go network a bit now!

Here comes the second and last part of “How To Network Efficiently On Forums”:

I’ll continue with the bullet list:

  • “Show them what you got” – Focus on a few skills you’re good at

Whenever you are talking to someone, make sure they know what you are good at, and which services you provide. You might even tell them directly, so they realize they can use you any time. This makes you one of the first persons to consider, when they need what you offer.

  • Make people know what they might need you for

This is almost the same as the one above. But this goes for using your network as well. So if you tell them you know a great webdesigner, a good article writer etc., they will ask you for help, and you will be able to help them.  This is beneficial both to the one they need, and the one needing help, since they get new customers, and might even become friends. РSo your network becomes

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Networking on Forums (Part 1)- Probably One of The Most Essential Skills in Internet Marketing

By Preben Frenning On November 27, 2008 16 Comments

Getting friends all over the world is never a bad idea!
Getting friends all over the world is never a bad idea!

Hello trusted readers!

Today I want to talk a bit about networking. – Networking on forums to be accurate. ( This post will be split in 2 because of the length, as I personally HATE reading looong blogposts. This is part 1, and part 2 will come really soon)

As most of us understand, networking is essential to achieve great success in internet marketing. It has numerous benefits, as well as it keeps it a little bit more “social”. When you network on forums, you actually speak with fellow internet marketers, and share knowledge and services. – Which is usually a win/win situation.

I thought I’d share some tips on how to do this, since obviously not everyone totally “gets it”. At least that’s what I think after a few bad experiences in different forums, which have almost made me hate a few people. I’m not a hater though, so it doesn’t really matter that much with me, but others might be able, and willing to do BAD things to your reputation – Which is something you must avoid at all costs!

So here’s the list of my tips for networking on forums with greatest effect:

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