The Wrong Way to Introduce People Over Email | Ted Prodromou

The Wrong Way to Introduce People Over Email

handshake photoOnline introductions are a common practice among people who are trying to network. The first and foremost rule is to ask for permission before sending out a group email.

This prevents you from disclosing personal contact information without permission. Being aware of the receiving party's schedule, being conscientious about communication preferences, and being a good liaison are all important to remember when doing an introduction through email.

Key Takeaways:

  • When it comes to building your network, introductions play an important role.
  • If you’re making introductions the most common way — you might need to stop.
  • For an increasing number of business people, the standard introduction happens over email

“Unless you’re absolutely sure of a person’s schedule, your email might arrive in her inbox at a time when she’s out of the office.”

https://hbr.org/2016/10/the-wrong-way-to-introduce-people-over-email?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+harvardbusiness+%28HBR.org%29

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About the Author Ted Prodromou

Would you like me to help you? I'm the #1 best-selling author of Ultimate Guide to LinkedIn for Business and Ultimate Guide to Twitter for Business. People call me America's Leading LinkedIn Coach. I'm the founder of Search Marketing Simplified, LLC, a full service online marketing agency. The SMS team designs and implements advanced LinkedIn and social media lead-generation strategies for small to medium-sized businesses. SMS will set up and manage your marketing funnels using organic, social and paid traffic. Did you know I've been working with the internet since 1991, long before Al Gore invented it?

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