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John Grubb
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Jason, your internet conference on networking with Barney Davey was important enough that I took notes along the way. I'm reading his book on gorilla marketing first and then I will order and read your's. One BIG issue I have is being overwhelmed by social media-I do not have money to hire someone. Barney and you were on Google + and now I've been deluge by Google, hangout, which I kind of enjoy, but it's not turning or carving wood. I went to the Google page about hangout and seemed to be more of an advertisement than instructions on how to make it work. I'm capable of getting past these obstacles with Google, facebook.com but it's too time consuming. I would like a hangout or references to sources that break it down to step A, step B and so forth so that I can turn and carve more. Maybe I'm missing something obvious, I don't know. I doubt if I'm the only one that feels this way though.

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Every successful artist has been helped along the way by benefactors. Discover how to identify patrons who can help your career, and how to network through your contacts to get a introduction to them. Learn easy, effective ways to ask for help in reaching those who can help further your career.

Join art marketing and art business experts Barney Davey (artprintissues.com) and Jason Horejs (xanadugallery.com) as they discuss how networking can help you meet people who can shape your career.

During the broadcast we will discuss:

What is networking?
Why networking?
Where to network?
Whom to target with your networking?
No to business cards.
What to bring when you network.                         
How to make a good first impression.
Have and elevator speech.
Referrals – norm of reciprocity
Givers gain.
Follow up.
Becoming slightly famous - public speaking.
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