An emerging game-changer in networking during the COVID-19 pandemic is Virtual Networking. This type of networking is far from new but in recent times it has elevated itself and has proven to be beneficial in this day and age. These articles below offer amazing tips on how to improve your virtual networking techniques.
Virtually Networking Made Easy
Whether you, your team, or business have always been virtual or because of emergent issues like the current coronavirus crisis, that doesn’t have to keep you from networking. Keeping in touch with your connections is always a good idea. Here are some tips on making virtual networking an easy experience.
Common Virtual Networking Mistakes To Avoid
In the Covid-19 era, networking looks a lot different than it did a year ago. Large conferences and indoor gatherings are off-limits for the foreseeable future, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still network. There are countless opportunities to meet people virtually, and when done the right way, it can be just as effective as in-person networking. Avoid these simple mistakes and networking virtually will become a breeze.
Virtual Networking In The Midst Of A Global Pandemic
With the arrival of Covid-19, our networking options have moved almost entirely online, which makes establishing and maintaining a personal connection all the more challenging. So how should you go about networking in this increasingly uncertain and stressful time?
How To Get New Clients Virtually
Some of you may be sitting at your desks asking yourselves, “If I can’t interact with people face-to-face, how will I close new clients?” Luckily for you, people still have legal troubles – those have not disappeared because of this time of crisis. Successfully networking online will immensely boost the number of contract opportunities you have. This article provides some quick tips on how to gain clients the virtual way.
Unique Ways To Network And Social Distance
Make a more impactful and memorable impression on your potential referral sources by avoiding the boring overused coffee shop meeting. Branch out of your normal routine or even embrace your routine in a unique way in order to bring in new clients and contacts.
Become A Networking Powerhouse On Linkedin
As a growing number of professionals spend more time on LinkedIn, lawyers have an unprecedented opportunity to cultivate relationships with colleagues and clients. And these relationships will translate into new revenue if you take the time to build and maintain your network. Becoming a powerhouse on social media is easy when you follow these four steps.
What You Can Learn From A Virtual Conference
When I first agreed to attend the giant Collision Conference and moderate two panels while there, it meant flying to Toronto. But then Covid-19 happened, and the entire conference was moved online and renamed Collision from Home. Could anyone really create a virtual conference for 32,000 people with only a couple of months’ lead time? They could, and they did. Here are lessons you can use if you’re planning a virtual event of your own.