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Another great example of Advocacy - Business Networking Blog

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2007-02-21 21:14:00
Another great example of Advocacy
At a Networking Meeting on Monday one of the attendees was scheduled to do a one minute to the whole group. The week before he had solved an IT problem for another member of the group and she offered to do the one minute for him. She delivered a great endorsement as an advocate of his service.

Much more powerful than him doing it himself!
Posted by Dave Clarke at 21:14:00, 21 Feb 07
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