It doesn’t matter if you are an e-guru or just a novice in the dojo of online business, everyone could benefit from learning a few new tricks and in this article e-business veteran Chris Muccio lays out a few LinkedIn networking tips that could help bolster your knowledge and improve your grasp of the pervasive and powerful platform that is LinkedIn.
Recently, Jeffrey Davis from Radio Entrepreneurs Money Matters radio network interviewed Chris Muccio talking about the second edition of Chris’ book, 42 Rules for 24-Hour Success on LinkedIn. The primary focus of the discussion was helping a listener understand what it takes to be effective on LinkedIn and generate results for their business.
What techniques can you employ to get more eyes onto your LinkedIn profile? Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is not just for Google anymore. You’ve spent time creating the perfect LinkedIn profile, and take time to update it regularly. Getting more eyes on your profile, and for longer periods of time, will increase the likelihood of a visitor becoming a contact, and a contact turning into a lead. Here are some great marketing ideas to help you get found on LinkedIn.
How do you become more effective on LinkedIn? In our video series, we share quick tips in under 2 minutes. Here are a couple of quick LinkedIn networking tips. One of the easiest things you can do to build awareness of your business is to effectively build connections. Just think, if you can find and properly invite just one person from your target audience every week to your LinkedIn page, you will generate 52 quality connections by the end of the year. Granted, that may not sound like a lot but once you start seeing the results of your efforts, you can easily ramp up that number significantly each week.
Ever receive a letter from the IRS and dread opening it for fear it contains something negative? How about dreading the “we need to talk” speech with a significant other? Given the economic conditions, many of us have encountered the boss and the head of HR at the office door about to let you know you are no longer part of the company’s future. No one likes these situations. Many of us spend our lives trying to avoid them but the honest truth is that adversity is a natural part of life and small business growth.