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3 key Networking elements that will make you memorable and help you to build profitable relatioship

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"The 3 key Networking elements that will make you memorable and help you to build profitable relationships” Networking can provide a lifeline of support and business generation. Learn how to develop memorable networking techniques that will help you to build loyal, productive and profitable relationships. http://twitter.com/UrsulaKauth Follow me on LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/ursulakauth Follow me on Facebook: http://profile.to/ursulakauth BIO Ursula is a Marketing Consultant with a specific interest in Social Media. Her passion is to share with entrepreneurs and business owners how to design powerful marketing strategies that will make them stand out in a cluttered marketplace and outperform their competitors. She is dedicated to help you to leverage marketing strategies to boost your visibility, to create quality traffic and be highly profitable. As a Certified Guerrilla Marketing Coach, Ursula has a natural gift of helping clients to rediscover their uniqueness and strengths, and help them design marketing strategies that fit in with their skills. Ursula\'s services help clients to develop a positive mind set about marketing. She shows them how to use their energy and skills in a way that they attract high quality traffic while remaining authentic, honoring their strengths, and expressing their creativity. She has a strong background in marketing, sales and project management, and dealt with a broad diversity of populations and cultures. During her career she worked for companies like Nestle Foods, Medical Media Associates, Center for Culinary Development, Chefs Best, and have also done projects for Kellogg’s, Dole and General Mills.

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