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Lost in Social Media? Use Old Fashioned Networking Skills.
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Mitchell P. Davis -- Editor and Publisher of www.ExpertClick.com Mitchell P. Davis -- Editor and Publisher of www.ExpertClick.com
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Thursday, October 13, 2011

 
 Lost in Social Media? Use Old Fashioned Networking Skills.

Best ways to use: "Face-to-Face," "Telephone," "Personal & Dimensional Mail," and "Reaching Past those you know in Social Media."

One. Face-to-Face! Find new groups and new associations. See my events for 2012 at: http://Mitch.Daybook.com – you can post your future calendar at Daybook.com -- so people can follow you in person. Here's the Daybook invite: http://www.JoinDaybook.com

Two. Phone Calls – be there for people to call you. Got "desk hours" -- like in college when your professors had open office hours? Tear down the wall, let people know they can call you without an appointment.

Three. Hand Addressed Mail. When you get personal notes, you read them. Right? Take a month and compare your success from 30 tweets versus 30 hand-written notes.

Four. Dimensional Postal – Yes, that's what the Yearbook of Experts is – a package you'll want to open because you can find ideas that you can only get by turning pages, and going "face-to-face" with the hundreds of expert photos - What do you pay attention to?

a) An E-mail

b) Dimensional Mail? I've sent web cams, microphones, and for one hard-to-reach contact, I put a Red AT&T desk phone in the mail with a note -- "Here's your hotline for more sales -- call me."

FiveL: Contacts. Reach passed all the people you already know in social media. Use our printed Yearbook of Experts directory that puts the ExpertCllick.com website in your hands. Call me at (202) 333-5000 and I'll US Mail you the 356 page hard copy – Just $5 postage. (or print the PDF at www.YearbookPDF.com )

Three reasons why I give away the Yearbook:

a) Sending out the Yearbook lets me "wingman" our members and get them a connections - that's why my clients renew.

b) When you get the Yearbook, you should be thinking: "Why am I not in this book going to everyone else." Get in front of people.

c) When you call to ask for it – we'll talk, (see #2) and I'll suggest someone you should know – someone you can do business with – buy side or sell side – you tell me what you want. - PR Week called it the "dating service of PR."

Five. Dimensional Postal – Yes, that's what the Yearbook of Experts is – a package you'll want to open because you can find ideas that you can only get by turning pages, and going "face-to-face" with the hundreds of expert photos - What do you pay attention to?

a) An E-mail

b) Dimensional Mail? I've sent web cams, microphones, and for one hard-to-reach contact, I put a Red AT&T desk phone in the mail with a note -- "Here's your hotline for more sales -- call me."

Mitchell Davis

P.S. Deadline to be included in the 2012 Yearbook of Experts is October 30.

Click here to join: www.ExpertClick.com/Create

Or just call me at (202) 333-5000

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