Like a handshake, a business card can say a lot about you as well as the type of business you operate. Because it’s often the first point of contact for potential clients and therefore needs to create the right impression, I’ve put together a list of the most common mistakes I’ve seen when collating cards so you don’t unwittingly make them.
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An “elevator pitch” is how you would deliver a summary of your product, business or service to someone during a short elevator ride. It’s not a sales pitch, it’s a concise explanation of who you are, what you do, who you do it for and why someone might want this. It’s useful to have an elevator pitch when networking, so let me show you how to write one.
As a freelancer, you’ll definitely be networking at some point. However, I know from experience that you’ll also be met with a few blank stares when you tell people what you do! Although Virtual Assistance is becoming better known, to some people you may just as well have said you were a quantum cat herder. Here’s how to explain what you do when networking.