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Nov 9 Posted 1 year ago
Oh yeah, you should definitely be prepared to exchange business cards. And, as a creative, I believe you want your business card to stand out. I have a variety of unusual business cards that get a reaction out of people.
Collect them too. And more importantly, when you get back in your office, follow-up. A lot of business card exchanges happen at events, but not that much interaction happens after. A thank you follow-up definitely helps make the connection.
Nov 8 Posted 1 year ago
Great article, Barry. Loaded with great tips. Feels like a game plan I want to execute.
I had a question about when you attend conferences or any place where you meet influencers in-person, what do you think about business cards? Are they something we should be using in those situations, or is it better to not attempt to give a business card to an influencer?
Thanks for sharing this info.
Nov 7 Posted 1 year ago
Well done, Barry! Thanks for the plug, and thanks for sharing some really great ideas and strategies about community. Valuable stuff that my team is already considering thanks to you.