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3. If you try not to spend more than _______ minutes with each new contact, you can network easily and successfully through a large crowd.
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User: 3. If you try not to spend more than _______ minutes with each new contact, you can network easily and successfully through a large crowd.

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User: 4. You've spoken with Chris at several local meetings. You met again recently and received some important advice. Which of the following is an inappropriate method for staying in touch with Chris?

User: 4. You've spoken with Chris at several local meetings. You met again recently and received some important advice. Which of the following is an inappropriate method for staying in touch with Chris? A. Sending an article related to Chris's interests B. Sending a thank-you note after your meeting C. Calling once a week to ask for referrals D. Inviting Chris to a concert

Weegy: You've spoken with Chris at several local meetings. You met again recently and received some important advice. Which of the following is an inappropriate method for staying in touch with Chris? Answer: C. Calling once a week to ask for referrals.
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User: 5. Trying to help your business and others with similar goals by trading information, including contacts and referrals, is called A. campaigning. B. networking. C. establishing. D. connecting.

Weegy: Trying to help your business and others with similar goals by trading information, including contacts and referrals, is called Answer: B. networking.
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User: 6. The first phase of networking, in which you describe your business, is referred to as A. collaboration. B. follow-up. C. exchange of information. D. assessment.

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