Are you nailing your digital first impression this Valentine’s Day?

We know that the best relationships are built face to face, but one of the biggest challenges is getting face time with your customers and prospects. Since it’s Valentine’s Day, and we’re in the mood to make connections, we want to help you get the right swipe from prospects when you invite them to an event. every. single. time.

We developed our own old school magazine-style quiz so you can put your invite skills to the test and see if you’re nailing your digital first impression.

Take the quiz and then let us know if you need any help nailing the first date (read: client engagement event). After all, we’re in the business of helping you build meaningful relationships … to fill your pipeline (not your dance card). 


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