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Are you a good networker?

Whether you're job hunting or trying to perform better at your current gig, it helps to have other people in your corner. Test your networking skills with this quiz, based on ideas in The 29% Solution: 52 Weekly Networking Success Strategies (Greenleaf Book Group Press, $21.95), by Ivan R. Misner, Ph.D. and Michelle R. Donovan.

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1. If you only know someone through a social networking site like LinkedIn or Facebook, it's inappropriate to ask him or her for an in-person meeting.
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