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Do you let others see who you know? - Business Networking Blog

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2009-08-14 09:00:00
Do you let others see who you know?
In yesterday's post, 'Do you know enough people already?', I talked about getting to know some people really well so that over time they will introduce you regularly to people you don't know.

One of the great features of the online Social and Business networks like Facebook and Linkedin is that you are able to see who else your trusted contacts know and request introductions.

Some people, however, hide their contacts from view. When you build trusted relationships you do that by extending trust a little or more at a time. Allowing your contacts to view your other contacts is one way of extending trust and building important relationships.

It can also be important in an emergency as I wrote recently in 'Facebook proved faster than the Police!'.

Good Networking!
Dave Clarke
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