1-on-1 Marketing Meetings


If your meetings consist of purely social discussions about golf, vacations, or your new mobile phone, you are squandering valuable marketing time.

Most professionals spend hundreds of hours a year in networking meetings with friends, relatives, and acquaintances. Unfortunately most approach these meetings (lunch being the most popular) haphazardly.

Avoiding business discussions or allowing only superficial ones is a missed opportunity to deepen a relationship. Not only is it okay to discuss business with friends, it's a true compliment to ask a person to educate you about their area of expertise.

What you do before, during and after the individual networking meeting is key. Here are a few pointers..

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