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Pitchbox App Apr 24
Let's start with an icebreaker! πŸ’ͺπŸ¦Έβ€β™€οΈπŸ¦Έβ€β™‚οΈ
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Pitchbox App Apr 24
Q2. What is your strategy for building relationships?
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Go Fish Digital Apr 24
Catch on your lunch break via on building and maintaining relationships! 12pm TODAY!
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Dan Willis #SMWL19 Apr 24
Replying to @PitchboxApp
A5 A relationship isn't a license to spam! Keep your relationships legitimate and compassionate.
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Bentley University Apr 24
Woohoo! We can't wait.
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Pitchbox App Apr 24
Q3. It is no secret that you should provide value to the people you are connecting with. How should you understand what value this person needs?
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Sarah Clarke  🌻🌻 Apr 24
Replying to @PitchboxApp
Hey guys - I'm happy to join in I would love to be able to blink and all of my housework is done! That is a superpower I would use every day!
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Simon ~  πŸ“±πŸ‘”πŸ“Ή Apr 24
Replying to @SabrinaCadini
The best week. You?
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JessGoFish Apr 24
A3. Simply enough, you can ask them directly how you might be able to help them. They know best what is needed to meet their goals. Or, you can think of your unique selling point and, if it's a good fit for the individual, offer your help in that way.
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Sarah Clarke  🌻🌻 Apr 24
Replying to @PitchboxApp
A4. LOL I think stick to the basics of their public profile if trying to be personal, i.e. how is the weather in Orangeville today?
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Pitchbox App Apr 24
Q4. Personalization is a key, especially when connecting with a person. What is the border between personalization and creepy stalking?
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Buzz Carter Apr 24
So looks like that's all from me today. It's been a blast. Now I'm logging off Twitter until Friday to avoid Avengers spoilers
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JessGoFish Apr 24
A7. If you have a large network, it can be hard to balance all of the different relationships and remember to keep in touch. For this reason, it can be good to set reminders in your calendar ☺️.
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Simon ~  πŸ“±πŸ‘”πŸ“Ή Apr 24
Replying to @BulldogBuzz
Yup. I kinda see Twitter as an online pub. LinkedIn as a business conference. And Facebook as a party at a friend's house
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Pitchbox App Apr 24
Replying to @SabrinaCadini
Heeeeey Sabrina! Happy you joined us today!
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JessGoFish Apr 24
A2: Build relationships based on honesty, mutual benefits, and commonalities. Be yourself and don't pretend that you represent something that you don't. Find common ground and use that to your advantage. Also, a little friendliness goes a long way.
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Pitchbox App Apr 24
Q6. What are the key points of maintaining relationships?
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Buzz Carter Apr 24
Replying to @PitchboxApp
A7: Personally, the biggest roadblock in maintaining relationships is time, it can be hard to keep nurturing relationships if you’re strapped for time. When you have deadlines & KPI’s to hit, making sure you’re keeping up with everyone can be a bit hard…
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Buzz Carter Apr 24
Replying to @PitchboxApp
A3: Working out the value you can provide to someone is a bit of a strange game. Usually, it ties into what you need from them, if you’re talking to a journalist, you want a placement, they want a story…
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Simon ~  πŸ“±πŸ‘”πŸ“Ή Apr 24
A1. Depends where they are. Where do they hang out? Online? Offline? Go where your connections hang out
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