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Subject: Re: The Networking Survival Guide Date: 12/15/2005 5:45 PM
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I set up a linked in account a while back when a friend (who had been laid off) invited me. I also have been sort of at a loss as to how useful it is. But I didn't get the dreaded spam. (Even the fool gets a bit agressive with their spam sometimes)

I wholeheartedly agree with the previous response about helping others who need networking as an excellent way to build a solid network. You may never need it, but you're planting a seed. People are most receptive to becoming part of your personal network when they're most in need of a network.

Hey Fuskey, maybe I'll drop you an e-mail and join your network.
One of these days, . . . who knows.

later,
C
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