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Feb 13, 2007 5:14 pmRyze Help > Lesson 14: How to Introduce Yourself in a Network#

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This lesson was provided to Network members by Scott Allen, Network Leader of "The Virtual HandShake" Network....

14 - How to Introduce Yourself in a Network

First of all, make sure it is appropriate to introduce yourself. In networks focused on a particular topic, rather than more general networking, personal introduction messages are often consider "clutter", as they are off-topic. Remember the Golden Rule of Netiquette - "What would happen if everybody did it?"

In those cases, you want to simply join the conversation - ask a question, share your opinion, etc. But even in those cases, you can still introduce yourself as part of your first message. And of course, in other networks, personal introductions are not just accepted, but encouraged.

So how can you introduce yourself most effectively online?

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