Networking goofs that can turn off connections

05/2/2013 |

Many people make networking mistakes such as trying to meet too many people at an event or not following up once they make a connection, Heather Huhman writes. "Email is fine, but you get extra points for something handwritten. Thank them for their time and for something specific about your conversation. This is a good opportunity to make your name stick in their mind," she writes.

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