How do you ask someone for a connection?
How to ask your network for help
- Prioritize your connections. Think about your current career goals, taking into account the industry, the line of work, and the employers in which you’re interested.
- Be specific.
- Ask for a call, not a coffee date.
- Sample networking messages.
- Don’t ask for a job.
- Say thank you.
Can you introduce me to someone?
Sentence 1 (“Introduce me to someone”) means person A wants to meet person B, where person A is the person saying sentence 1. Sentence 2 (“Introduce someone to me”) means either the same thing as example 1, and is said a little differently, or indicated that perhaps person B wants to meet person A.
How do I ask for a connection via email?
Avoid using vague reasons like, “I want to expand my network.” Show that you’ve researched the third party. And when the connection is made, take the responsibility for making it easy for the person to follow through. Offer times to meet and send an invite. Most importantly, thank the person who make the introduction.
How do I ask someone to connect with me on LinkedIn?
Locate the LinkedIn profile of the person you want to be introduced to. Click “Get introduced” on the right side of that profile. Look through the second-degree shared connections that LinkedIn says could introduce you to that person. Click on one of those connections and enter a subject for your message.