How to Connect with Designers and Bloggers Part One | The BHooked Podcast Episode 73

Build a community. Build Success.

If I had known this right from the start, I probably could have saved myself a lot of time and headache! Truth is, I waited far too long to start reaching out to people who were also crocheters, knitters, designers, bloggers…

Here’s one reality. Every success I have achieved has been the result of a relationship. That is why I’m sharing this mini-series with you this week and next week. Because I know that when you start expanding your network, you too will find success.

You’ll Learn

  • Why it’s so important to expand your network and connect with others in your industry (even if you’re scared)
  • What being connected has done for me and my journey
  • Ways your network can catapult your channels
  • The three best ways to reach out to a designer, blogger or influencer

Now if you haven’t done so already, click on that play button at the top of the page to hear this week’s show!

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