Espero que los tengan en cuenta, y les sirvan de algo.
No dejen de leer el post entero, como siempre, les dejo un resumen a continuación.
I’ve been to many conferences in my career and have read many articles from “experts” about how to maximize networking at these types of events. Now that the conference is over I realize that something I’ve never read about is maximizing the value of networking AFTER a conference or an event is over. So here are my tips, which I hope can be helpful:
- Organize all business cards you collected into two piles: Now and Later.
- Make notes on the back of business cards you collected to help you with your follow-up.
- Don’t send out any follow-up emails the day after the conference is over.
- Personalize every follow-up email you write.
- Offer something in your email that is useful for your contact.
- Don’t kiss up (too much) in your emails.
- When you send follow-up emails, keep them short and include an action step or a question that leads to continued communication.
- If you have a blog, write a post about the conference the day of or the day after.
- If you choose to blog about the conference, make it useful and interesting to read.
- In your blog post include links to any blog posts written by people you met at the conference.