How to construct your network?

Good PR is ultimately about having good networking and communication skills. Whether he works for a PR agency or is looking for coverage for brands, his networking skills are a must. Some people can acquire networking skills naturally, while others need to work harder. Whether you’re a beginner or a pro, there are some great tips to help you network better. Acquire trust

You should look your best when attending events and conferences. Keeping yourself well-groomed will help you feel more confident and make a better first impression. Be polite and courteous with people you meet. If you appear confident, more people will want to get to know you. Making eye contact and a smile not only makes one look more confident it also gives that connection. 

Attend an event

To become a good networker, you must actively participate in industry events. You should also be a member of an association or club related to your work or interests. I don’t know who I can meet! This allows you to expand your circles, ideas and boundaries.


Remember that no matter what kind of event you attend, you need to appear knowledgeable and engage in stimulating conversations. It means that you should keep This will prevent you from being silent. Please carry your business card. Ask open-ended questions to keep the conversation going.

Keep the conversation going!

At networking events, it’s important to be a good listener as well as a good speaker. Give us a listen and join us in the comments and replies to show that you really care. Let the conversation flow, don’t try to dominate. If you can’t reach the person who will introduce you to others, take the initiative to look for vacancies and introduce yourself.

Move on

Not all networking contacts will work for you. If you feel unhelpful or find the contact irrelevant, politely end the conversation and move on.

Follow-up with journalists

A big part of PR success is how well you connect with the media. Do your homework by following journalists on social media. This will help you get to know them better and will help when you meet and socialize.

Lasting effect

Make sure you have something that makes you very different and makes people remember you. It could be a hobby or it could be a talent. It may be the way one speaks or it may be the point of view.

Follow up

If you meet someone at a networking event, don’t stop. Make sure to follow up regularly. Contact us via email, social media, or LinkedIn. However, don’t chase someone on social media right after you meet them. You can probably start with an email, a LinkedIn connection, or a small WhatsApp message. Based on their answers, you can move on.