4 Types of Networking Emails—and How to Write Them
The more time that passes after you meet people for the first time—either in person or virtually—the harder it is to remember them. This is why, when you’re job searching, it’s important to take notes after meeting someone new. It’s also important to follow up with people after you meet them. This helps you maintain and build relationships—which is essential when you’re looking for a new job.
In order to maximize your networking efforts, here are four types of emails that will help you move from “potentially forgotten contact” to “recommended job applicant.”