Making the most of LinkedIn: In the Trenches Episode 10
Here’s a link to the related blog post: http://6figuremeetings.com/making-the-most-of-linkedin-in-the-trenches-episode-10/ In Episode 10 of In the Trenches, Nick shares some tips on how to properly use LinkedIn to reach new markets. Nick is in the top one percent of strategic LinkedIn users in Australia and has the perfect formula down well. Its not an art, its a science – that means it can be replicated. Get your profile right – make certain it is professional sounding. Speak in the first person. Make intelligent comments and like on other peoples blog posts. Make 10 – 20 connects a week. However, connect with the right people, not just anybody. It less about numbers and more about quality, which can help create a really awesome community. For more information on how Nick is using these and other strategies to expand his business, check out the 6FigureMeetings Community. The community is a valuable tool for anybody in a sales-based position who wants to reach new markets.The exclusive nature of the community means that this information is not available to anyone who wants to it, only the community, which is really supportive.
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Personal Branding (3/3): 3 Secrets to Stealing the Spotlight on LinkedIn
Learn how to bring your personal brand to LinkedInand stand out from the crowd. Timeline: Start-6:03 – Coach intro, series review 6:03-13:10 – Overview of LinkedIns role in branding 13:10-37:02 – Tip 1 outline (steps 1-6) 37:02-42:39 – Tip 2 outline (step 7) 42:39-47:36 – Tip 3: outline (step 8) 47:36-End – Q&A
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2 Leads Into Sales On LinkedIn (The PROBLEM)
For More Information Click Here: http://www.theinfluencerproject.com How many leads did you generate for your business from LinkedIn in the past 7 days? If the answer to this question is “zero”, or “not enough” then you owe it to yourself and your business to read on and reach out. LinkedIn is a simple place to get found BUT only once you have created a powerful first impression PLUS get active. That’s it, pretty simple hey? Then why is that 94% of profiles DON’T use LinkedIn in this manner. Want to turn yours ON? How can our Influencer Project assist you to grow your Business? Our LinkedIn Optimisation, LinkedIn Community Growth & LinkedIn Lead Generation packages help develop and implement powerful profiles of distinction, specifically designed to dynamically grow a community around you of prospects ready to be qualified into leads. Our LinkedIn Profile Optimisation, LinkedIn Community Growth and LinkedIn Lead Generation strategies help the business owner or executive create connections of distinction and leads that convert. What do we offer? LinkedIn Coaching for Business Owners and Sales Professionals LinkedIn Training for Sales Teams LinkedIn Lead Generation Strategies LinkedIn Group Mastery LinkedIn Connection Strategy for Lead Generation Want to know more? Like to explore the possibility of creating greater levels of leads, leverage and influence for your business through adopting and implementing proven social strategies via the LinkedIn platform? Want to work with professionals who have the answers and 1000s of examples of how this works? Ring first, email second, LinkedIn message last… PICK UP THE PHONE! Let’s chat! +++++++++++ Call: (07) 3667 8866 Email: email@example.com Visit: www.theinfluencerproject.com
How To Add Contact Information on Your Mobile LinkedIn Profile
http://SalesTipADay.com Chris Hamilton 403-630-1243 The new Mobile LinkedIn Profile doesn’t have anywhere to find contact information such as an email or phone number. Here is a way to add Contact information to your Mobile LinkedIn Profile. Hi there, it’s Chris Hamilton here and I wanted to show you something unique on the new Mobile LinkedIn Profile. One of the things that I have found that is interesting is that it’s extremely tough to find peoples’ contact information. What do I mean? If I go to the search functionality … I’m going to look at my buddy John Leishman and I’m also going to look at my other buddy Jimmy Dimas and show you what I mean. When I go into John’s profile, one of the things that it does is it pulls up his information. I can message him, but I can’t find his phone number or contact information. I’m searching through, and literally all I’m seeing is experience. I see his skills. I see his recommendations. I see some accomplishments and groups and also what people have viewed apart from him, but literally no way for me to get information on John. That said, I’m going to go back to my buddy Jimmy Dimas here. Same sort of thing with Jim is I go through, I can message him if I feel like, but if I want to call him or even, say, send him an email, there is no way for me to do so on here as I’m going through and looking at all this stuff. I can see his education, his skills, his recommendations, some of the accomplishments and some of the groups he’s in, but no way for anyone to either phone him or email him. You just have to message it through the platform. I’ve got my own opinion on where LinkedIn’s going with their messaging. They’re going to start forcing people to use their messaging very similar to the way Facebook is. What that’s going to do is it’s going to give you the ability to no longer be able to find peoples’ email addresses on LinkedIn. This is just my hypothesis right now, and that you’re not going to be able to find their email addresses and they’re going to force you to do the messaging or talking on the LinkedIn platform. Now, what I notice, though, is when you go to my profile what you’re going to see … I’ll go to the main page here. One of the things you see here is my picture, my ugly mug, my name, my tagline, where i went to school, my city, my connections. Then you look down below it says, “Call me at 403-630-1234 or email me at Chris@SalesTipADay.com” Where that information is coming from, it is actually coming from my summary on my LinkedIn profile. It’s the first line that’s in there. Just a suggestion, maybe a helpful tip that you can use, is leverage your summary to put your contact information in right off the back and it’ll get drawn into your picture. Why do you want to do this? About 55% of all unique visitors on LinkedIn use a mobile device. That is obvious. It’s getting higher and higher and higher all the time. With projections like within about a year’s time, and this is in January 2016, that’ll go from 55 million to probably close to 70 to 75 million people and probably will be in that 65% to 70% range of visitors to LinkedIn going to the mobile platform. You’ve got to be able to get it to a point where people will be able to reach out to you and connect with you. That’s one of the quickest ways I can find to do it is put your contact information on the first line of your summary. It drags it into your online profile, and it shows you exactly how to get a hold of people. Hopefully you find that information useful and for daily sales and marketing tips, go to www.salestipaday.com. Thanks for watching. For help on your marketing and sales needs, contact Chris Hamilton in Calgary at: 403-630-1243 Chris at SalesTipADay.com http://salestipaday.com/linkedin-social-sellings-success-seminar Join our next LinkedIn Social Selling Success Webcast. In the U.S., you can text LinkedIn to 44222, in Canada you can text LinkedIn to 1 855 969 5300 You can go to http://salestipaday.com/linkedin-social-sellings-success-seminar or go to http://bit.ly/linkedinsocialselling.
Linkedin Advanced Search Tips and Tricks
Brought to you by http://www.LinkedinConnect.com: Learn how to properly use Linkedin’s advanced search to find the hottest prospects for your business. Learn how to properly use keywords for Linkedin. Using keywords on Linkedin is not the same as using Keywords for Google. People do not mention what they want on Linkedin. They talk about who they are. So use keywords to find commonalities between groups of people and narrow in on your target market.