So begins The Savvy Gal´s Guide to Online Networking (Or What Would Jane Austen Do?), the must-read guide to networking in the 21st Century. Authors and networking experts, Diane K. Danielson and Lindsey Pollak share the nuts, bolts and savvy secrets that businesswomen need in order to use technology to build professional relationships.
o E-mail etiquette tips and tactics.
o Ideas for improving your online presence.
o Why you need to pay attention to social networking sites.
o Everything you ever wanted to know about networking through email, blogs, bulletin boards, and online networks.
With advice gathered from CEOs, executives, entrepreneurs, techies, and, of course, Ms. Jane Austen, The Savvy Gal´s Guide to Online Networking will teach you, guide you, inspire you, and hopefully make you laugh on occasion. After all, if networking isn´t fun, then your "net" isn´t working.
Lindsey Pollak is the author of Getting from College to Career: 90 Things to Do Before You Join the Real World and has written for Marie Claire, PINK, and New York Metro newspaper.
This no-fluff book is conversational yet full of news-you-can use.
As with her previous book, Table Talk, Diane shares with us new ways to maximize the powerful union of knowledge and giving -- this time with the WORLD via the web.
I highly recommend this guide to both experienced and novice networking professionals.
This might have been a good book 10 years ago, but it's totally outdated. It doesn't even mention Facebook, and it talks about social networking sites that no one uses anymore. Read morePublished 16 months ago by stefany9579
With the recent release of The Savvy Gal's Guide to Online Networking, Diane Danielson proves once again to be the shining light that guides the way for all us gals navigating the... Read morePublished on December 11, 2007 by Betsey
Once again Diane Danielson has made networking something fun and engaging, rather than something that makes you run screaming from the room. Read morePublished on November 11, 2007 by Alisa Cohn