Part 3 of 11 – How to get your LinkedIn profile picture right
First impressions count so get your LinkedIn profile picture right.
How To Create A Perfect LinkedIn Profile
The first step on the road to success on LinkedIn is creating a well-optimized LinkedIn professional profile. LinkedIn profiles generally rank on the first or second page of search results for your name, so you will want your profile to be complete if you want to make a good impression on those searching for you. Generally, depending on whether they are logged in to LinkedIn.
How to Start B2B Prospecting on Linkedin – Linkedin Marketing Ideas
http://www.marketing-for-business.com/linkedin-marketing-service/ You Have Optimised Your LinkedIn profile So What is Next to Begin Prospecting? If you have been following the advice of our other recent blog posts on LinkedIn prospecting, by now you should already have some idea of the Ideal Customer Profile (ICP) that you would like to target, in addition to a thoroughly optimised LinkedIn profile. This leaves one task that is nonetheless the most fundamental one of all: the actual use of your LinkedIn presence to prospect. An obvious first step might be to simply start searching on LinkedIn for those who fit your ICP, sending personalised connection requests that help to trigger a response. The chances are, however, that your success rate will be much higher if you also have a strong content marketing campaign underway. I am thinking, in particular, about any recent blog content that you can send to both new and existing LinkedIn connections. Indeed, I would very much recommend at least getting some high quality content together before you start prospecting on LinkedIn at all. Why is content so important for LinkedIn prospecting? Of course, it’s not impossible that you could get lucky with some connections simply contacting you of their own accord, on the strength of your optimised profile. But if you want to genuinely engage with your prospects and make your offering more credible, to the extent of consistently generating new LinkedIn leads, it will help to have one high quality piece of content, along with other blog posts. It’s a great idea to send the new connection some kind of ‘free’ offering, such as a checklist, white paper or webinar, that is perceived as being of a higher value than your regular blog posts. These formats certainly tend to generate greater interest than regular posts, especially when there is the need to attract the interest of a new prospect quickly. Make sure you get your connections and messaging right Once you have both the right profile and the right content, you will need to work on refining your connections and messaging. Don’t just settle for a couple of new prospects per day, found through fairly rudimentary means. Instead, drill down into those advanced search settings and pick out 20, 40 or even 50 people a day – whatever number is consistently manageable – who really do fit your ICP. As you make connection requests, send accompanying messages that give the impression of you having written to them personally, instead of it being merely the latest product of an automated funnel. Remember that prospects like to buy from actual people! It is from here that you can start that all-important initial conversation. As for what form that conversation could take… stay tuned for a future blog post in which I shall provide further insight into precisely this subject!
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User’s Manual for the New LinkedIn: Homepage
An unofficial guide to the changed LinkedIn, written by a User for the Users. See https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/users-manual-new-linkedin-homepage-gary-sharpe Please use the comments section to let me know of any errors, updates or changes or if you have any technical tips which you would like me to add and credit.
Much more than networking: How IU leaders can use LinkedIn for hiring.
IU leaders Stacy Morrone and Julie Johnston discuss how the professional-networking site can be used to recruit new employees. Johnston ended up in her current position after a colleague, through LinkedIn, alerted her about the opening.
Why a Powerful LinkedIn Summary Matters
Would you believe the average person just looks at your profile for four seconds sometimes even three seconds? And when a potential client or somebody looking at it when they just scan through your profile, if they can’t get the information from your profile to pop really quickly, then they’re not gonna buy from you, they’re going to skim over you and look at the next person they find or your competitor. To get help with your LinkedIn profile, connect with Jane here: https://www.jane-anderson.com/linkedin-profile-building/