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October 27, 2007


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very nice!


I like the content of this piece. You hit on some important points I have read from great networkers like Harvey Mackay.
The advice about the name tag high and right is correct and as you say important. You left out the Why here. So People can see it when they shake hands. How about some examples of some memorable name tags you use or have seen.
I am writing this thinking you screen comments so feel free to read and delete this. It isn't intended for general consumption just a few things I saw. I know that unwanted advice is often perceived as criticism. Take it for what you paid for it - nothing. Keep up the good work. This is the kind of info I would put subscribe to but I have read many books about this, give me something I can't get in a book - recent examples!

Jason Jacobsohn

Thanks Bruce for your comments. You are right that I forgot to mention why you need to wear the nametag high and to the right. My bad for missing that piece in this article. One unique nametag that I remember was someone had a scrolling marquee for a nametag. That was definitely interesting and very memorable.

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