Quick Tip:
2 Types of Organizations You Should Belong To … and Why

Joining professional organizations is a good way to advance your skills, meet prospects, and network with people who have similar interests and/or goals as your own.

To get the most out of your professional memberships, you need to carefully choose the organizations you belong to. The two types that will do you the most good are:

  1. A professional group in your field.

    If you’re a copywriter, join a group for copywriters. If you’re a designer, join a group for designers. Being a member will give you the opportunity to meet colleagues and continually advance your knowledge in your field … two important benefits.

  2. A professional organization in your niche.

    Look for organizations that are mainly made up of the type of people you work with. For example, if you’re a copywriter who writes for alternative health products, you’ll meet a lot of potential prospects by joining an organization that attracts people in the alternative health industry. This kind of membership is also great for keeping you up on the latest news in your niche field.

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Published: September 11, 2006

1 Response to “Quick Tip: 2 Types of Organizations You Should Belong To … and Why”

  1. I came to AWAI to learn how to be a better Writer, Author, Servant and Friend. With God as my pilot and leading the way, I head for the tarmac to fly then away. The choices are many of which I must choose one, where I can be faithful and still have some fun. We taxi the runway and head for the end, where I have two choices, to fly or descend. I hear then a voice, from the tower it comes, where are you going; and will it be fun? The sky is now cloudy, so, I look for the Son, the one who will now guide me to where we have won.

    Bro Ken Bulliss

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