Posts Tagged ‘Linkedin’

Many businesses are now looking for testimonials. Testimonials have many uses so most businesses will need variations of the same testimonial and will probably need testimonials from a number of businesses to create the “Wow Factor”.

There are now over 100 million people on LinkedIn, people you can do business with, people you can impress with your profile and your knowledge. Most business people have a profile on Linked In and I’m sure you do. However, is your Linked In profile as professional, effective and engaging as it could be? I’ve noticed more and more business people failing to update their Linked In profile effectively; leaving it incomplete and not making use of the many benefits within Linked In. Here’s our recommendations for ‘what to do’ and ‘what not to do’ on LinkedIn.

f you are therefore going to consider forging a connection with another, is it reasonable to assume that you’ll be judged not just by what you say but by your interactions with others too? And more so than the mere interactions, will you be judged by the types of people you interact with?

You may think this a bizarre question, but to sustain that ‘in the moment zing’ should social interactions be a bit more spaced out? Should we be spending time ‘building up to the social’, or should we just let it flow over us and sweep us along?

If you don’t like going to Networking Meetings and prefer to network online here are some tips for using LinkedIn, Disqus, Blogs and Avatars for networking online.

Paying attention to what you present in your newsletter and how you present it will help you create a quality dialogue with your clients. You’ll be selling by giving, which is the most effective kind of selling of all.

Registering on a forum will help you tap into what they’re thinking. You can reply to their posts, give advice and solve their problems. There are now as many forums on the Internet as there are businesses…

As suppliers and sellers ourselves, we need to establish who our customers are before we can sell to them. These are the customers interested in our products or services. They are the right ‘fit’, the right customer…

When you’ve chosen your book, LinkedIn will invite you to add a comment telling people why you’ve chosen to read this book and if you’ve finished it, what you’ve thought of it…

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With more and more job seekers and business professionals using Facebook to network and build and nurture relationships online. Many of us are concerned about the blurred lines between business…