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Realtors, Business Owners, Stagers, Title companies etc go to meetings to network and the learn. At these meetings, yes, they are hoping to build relationships with others at these meetings.
Building relationships is not stopping in the hall and talking and passing our cards. It's long conversations about the business and building into personal conversations.
Just because you get someone's card does it give you permission to then flood them with emails and newsletters?
I've gone to NAR meetings for many years and after the flooding starts. NARSPAM as I call it goes on until I program my email to throw them into the junk mail.
I wish that I thought about giving out cards with my website and email address on them for those who I casually meet and give out my full card to those I build relationships with
It's OK to send out an email thanking they for taking the time to talk to you today OR say how much you learned in a specific meeting. Newsletters etc should not be send out without permission.
The same goes for 'potential clients' that you meet OR clients that you have worked with. Ask for permission