Networking in the rain

Networking in the rain
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l-r: Mat Nordahl (Sales representative for Legend Brewing of Richmond, Virginia); Mike Killelea (brewer for Legend); Michael Kuykendall (eastcoastbeercast.com).

The ‘fall edition’ of the Northern Virginia Brewfest, held at Bull Run Regional Park, 24/25 October 2009.

Gusty winds, rain squalls, colder temps in the later afternoon kept attendance low on Saturday.

On Sunday, a more enjoyable day for beer: bright sunshine, autumn-crisp temperatures (and ankle-deep mud).

Photos by Yours For Good Fermentables.com.

How to Create Your Networking Strategy

This 5 minute clip is from a sold-out speaker presentation at the Tower Club in Vienna, Virginia. The topic was on Sheila Savar’s book ‘The Power of Networking’. Sheila is one of only two speakers to ever sell out the Fairfax Room at the prestigious Tower Club. If you are interested in retaining Sheila Savar for an upcoming speaker event please send an email to info@savar.biz or call us at 703-766-6550.

Singles Networking Event – August 2010 023

A few nice Network advertising images I found:

Singles Networking Event – August 2010 023
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The gentleman on the left is advertising that he’s really good at hugging. I hope someone made him prove it.

Just Do It
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Martin Keamy knocks his ball out of a nasty bunker while advertising for America’s favorite sneaker company.

I believe they call this… “swag”
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Cindy, Jeremy, and I are heading south to Orlando for Refresh ’06 tomorrow. Work was kind enough to donate a few shirts (Cindy’s got another pile) and buttons for us to give out.

The shirts are celebrating/advertising the launch of the AOL Developer Network – the latest in AOL’s many steps to break the garden walls down and allow anyone and everyone to come and play.

Top categories by revenue generated from Econsultancy: PPC, True-Content, Blogs & Forums, Social Networking, Cashback & Reward, Email marketing

A few nice Network advertising images I found:

Top categories by revenue generated from Econsultancy: PPC, True-Content, Blogs & Forums, Social Networking, Cashback & Reward, Email marketing
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Illustration from the following post: Affiliation Program: motivations, EPC, top 20 publishers & network comparison.

Paid search or pay-per-click advertising (PPC) is the most significant category for US affiliates (48%), marginally ahead of true content (SEO) on 46% in terms of the amount of revenue they help to generate. Just under half of affiliates surveyed say that each of these methods is among the most important to them.

Blogs and forums are an important category for 40% of affiliates. Social networking (24%), cashback & reward (23%), email marketing (20%) and coupon codes (19%) are the next most important methods.

Session: The Truth about Social Network Advertising
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