Communicating with traveling networks

Not all networks stay in the same spot. Many people are constantly on the move. As in, they are moving, or at least traveling, all over the nation, or globe. So how do you keep in touch with them?

I think that the easiest way to do this is to make use of the Internet. They have email address, and likely also have internet profiles at LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter.

Make use of their online presence to keep in touch with them.

Have you had some experience dealing with traveling networks of people? What are your suggestions for communicating with them and letting them know that you exist?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

Keeping your success in focus,
-Coach Kolansky

How do you continue to network when you are out of town

I have a great suggestion for you which I started to do a while back. I went on a week long vacation and one of the things that I did while I was on the vacation is start to send my networking partners emails.

The emails thanked them for everything that they had done for me up to that point. Just a simple, honest-to-goodness thank you note. It was received really well, too.

Since I wasn’t really able to make any commitments to meetings or anything, I just sent out thank you notes. It was really powerful because it was something that I hadn’t done much of in the past. So I really build some credibility with my networking partners while I was out of town.

What are some strategies that you have employed to continue your networking when you were out of town? Fire us your thoughts in the comments below! :).

Keeping your success in focus,
-Coach Kolansky