Marketing Tip for Roofing Companies-LinkedIn Group
http://bit.ly/LeadGeneration4Roofers –505-359-5400– Marketing Tip for Roofing Companies If you are looking for the best marketing tip for roofing companies then I would invite you to join our exclusive new LinkedIn group called Lead Generation for Roofers. We will be discussing innovative lead generation methods specifically designed for your roofing business. Marketing for Roofing Companies Roofing businesses have unique needs when it comes to lead generation and we address that in the LinkedIn group. Our goal is to help you get a jump on your competitors with our unique ideas and methods. Exclusive Roofers Membership We are keeping this group private so you can use these little known methods to market your roofing company. It is simple to join – click the link on the LinkedIn page and we will get you approved quickly. An additional benefit of joining the group is that in our monthly contests, we are giving away marketing services to help your roofing company grow. We are here to help you with business growth and thought this was a good way to show it. Click the link now to join! http://bit.ly/LeadGeneration4Roofers 505-359-5400
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Linkedin – it is a plow not a steam roller
Special Link: www.SellingSuccessSecrets.com Watch video for discount code. Linkedin – it is a plow not a steam roller Small steps taken continuously will get you miles ahead on the road to success. Jason Harvey Thanks for connecting with me on LinkedIn today. Now, here is what I want to sell you, so how about an appointment tomorrow? Now that we are connected, it is time for you to become my customer. Here is how you can get started. Thanks for connecting with me on LinkedIn. I will have my sales rep call you tomorrow to get you started on our process. I guess this quote says it well: Anything worth doing is worth doing poorly until you learn how to do it well. Steve Brown This is what you call using LinkedIn poorly. Yes, it is the way many people think they can and do use LinkedIn. Does it work? Stop. Hold. www.MannyNowak.com You are running me over like a steamroller let me up please. I like to be aggressive, but you are just being rude. You dont even know me yet. Where is that disconnect button? Zap they are gone, forever. LinkedIn is a networking tool; to use LinkedIn effectively, you have to follow the same networking rules that you do in building in-person relationships. Build a relationship first. However, so many people on LinkedIn just want to run you over like a steamroller. Well to think of it, so do many people at live events, but that is another article for another day. If you want to build a great relationship by using LinkedIn, here are 3 keys to help you get things rolling toward greater success. 1/ Say Hello. Thanks for connecting with me. I look forward to learning more about you. I will connect back with you. Thats all folks! That is a simple, easy start. Note: If I am looking for what you are selling and really want to connect, then I will push the relationship further. But, as the seller, you need to step back just a bit. I love it when the other person wants to buy, and I am ready to sell. However, its important to let the buyer make that first move this early in the relationship. 2/ Read their profile. Then ask a couple of questions about them. Not if they need life insurance or need a printer. Ask questions about them; work on your relationship building first. I see you are part of this group, how do you like it? What is it that makes you different from other people in your business? I enjoyed your article, but here is a question I have about it. 3/ Ask to learn more. Its great to be connected. Could we do 15-30-minute call, so I can learn more about you and how I might help you and share a bit about myself? I do agree that if we are connected, we should learn more about each other and build a relationship. Otherwise, why did we connect in the first place? I am aggressive about growth. Remember my process is Double Your Sales. But you need to work the relationship first, not run the prospect over. LinkedIn is a great networking tool. You can find the exact people you are looking for. You can double your sales. However, you still have to build a relationship first. What are you doing differently this year than you did last year? If you dont have a strong answer, then how are your results going to be any different? Here are two things for you to look at. Our up coming boot camp a full day of interactive sales training run in partnership with Rowan College at Gloucester County. Marketing Automation Boot Camp click here to learn more. Our double your sales home study course. Set your sales strategy and move your business to a new level of success. Double Your Sales Training Sales Strategy Building click here to learn more.
From Howard to Linkedin:Why its important to get your profile popping!
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It is important that you create an easy to remember and unique LinkedIn public profile URL to make it easy for people to find you online. To begin with, hover your mouse on the word Profile on the navigation bar, on the drop down menu click Edit Profile: When your LinkedIn profile opens, look for the assigned LinkedIn URL just below your profile picture. To the right of your assigned URL you will see the gear icon, click on it. A new page will open. On the right hand side, go to the Your public profile URL section and click Create your custom URL. Change your URL to something unique and easy to remember. Enter your name as you would like it to appear and click on SAVE. Once you have saved your custom URL you are good to go.