LinkedIn success requires commitment folks! It’s that consistency and being there for a little bit of time every day that really unlocks the success.
Keep in the relevant conversations that are happening so you don’t miss anything!
If you have a LinkedIn strategy in place and do it right, every minute you spend on LinkedIn can generate new opportunities, and who wouldn’t want some of that?!
Avoid having a string of miscellaneous numbers and letters after your name in your LinkedIn Profile URL. It looks messy. It appears as if you don’t care.
Here I show you a neat little trick to personalise your own LinkedIn identity.
It doesn’t take long and helps make the right impression to visitors who land on your LinkedIn Profile, indicating you know what you’re doing on LinkedIn.
Why not add your new customised LinkedIn URL to your business cards and email signatures, joining the dots of your personal branding up?
What do the best LinkedIn headlines have in common? They tell me:
If I can’t tell these things from your LinkedIn headline then you’re not maximising those valuable 120 characters on LinkedIn.
Don’t let LinkedIn default to just putting your job title and company name as your LinkedIn headline. It’s dull!
Personalise your LinkedIn headline and make it your own unique strapline! It’s one of the most important pieces of Linkedin advice I can give you.
For more information on the Process behind creating the best LinkedIn headlines, including what to consider when writing your LinkedIn headline on mobile or desktop and if you should keep them even shorter than the 12- character limit, click here.
Alternatively, for a LinkedIn headline examples comparison head over to my blog post here.
Hashtags can be a bit baffling if you’re new to social media. In this quick LinkedIn advice video I explain:
I shared some key tips to help delegates at the CFN (Corporate Finance Network) Conference succeed on LinkedIn which centred around:
I also share some useful anecdotes and insights into how I choose to LinkedIn.
Now I’ve made these tips available for you to watch any time in this video. I hope they help you maximise your time on LinkedIn each day!
Are you an active and confident user of LinkedIn, looking to take your LinkedIn activity to the next level? Then this masterclass, that combines my LinkedIn training with First Frame Productions‘ Ryan Mulhern’s Smartphone Video Workshop, is one for you!
The workshop (which includes a tasty breakfast and delicious lunch) will be held on Wednesday 25th September 8:30am-4pm at Thorpe Park Hotel & Spa in Leeds.
Come join us to learn:
With 20 spaces available, you better book your spot soon!
Innovative bank meets the high street meets business meets cafe!
Find out what happened when I met café manager Bella Gamsu at the soft launch of the UK’s first Work Café on Park Row in Leeds, brought to us by none other than Santander!
With the official opening of the work café opening being on 18th July, the brand new venue offers:
I was kindly invited to speak at Manchester’s Business Catalyst Club, founded by Graham Shiers, on February 14th.
Check out some of the LinkedIn profile tips I shared at the event, including best practice advice for your:
An example of how interactive I make my talks when I speak at events, such as this Future Networking: Collaboration, Networking & Your Digital Footprint event on 17th January 2019.
During the engaging panel discussion, I shared some LinkedIn advice and helped attendees grasp the power of LinkedIn to deliver results, whilst Andrew Cooper, Chief Executive of Leeds BID explored the power behind collaboration. Meanwhile, Susie Cawood, Head of York and North Yorkshire Chamber of Commerce, talked about the value of face-to-face networking and putting these interactions into action.
After not speaking to a single punter all morning whilst exhibiting at Law 2018 Leeds Networking event in September, I decided to take matters into my own hands and share some tips on how to improve your LinkedIn Profile.
Check out how I livened things up by sharing insights including:
“Craft your message with your ideal client in mind…when you can describe your ideal client’s pain better than they can you automatically position yourself as the expert solution in their minds and they start to reach out to you.”
I met Sanae Floyd, a Sales Coach for coaches, at Simply Networking Leeds Expo, part of Leeds Business Week…here’s what she taught me.
“You need to have that 15-second elevator pitch for when you meet somebody” is a common phrase in the business world and I often equate that to your LinkedIn Profile Headline.
You have 120 Characters to get your LinkedIn Headline right – don’t waste them! Watch this video to find out how I would go about writing an attention-grabbing winning headline!
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