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Investing in an employee’s LinkedIn Profile. Where’s the benefit?

Investing in an employee’s LinkedIn Profile. Where’s the benefit?

This is an interesting question to have been asked – but not a new question by any means! It pops up every now and again when we’re talking to business owners about our suggestions for their LinkedIn strategies, and also when we’re discussing how our social media management service works. How do we suggest you…

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Five Common LinkedIn Personal Profile Mistakes

LinkedIn Profile Mistakes

This blog post is not a checklist of the things that you should incorporate in your LinkedIn personal profile, it’s quite the opposite! These are the LinkedIn personal profile mistakes we see people make time, and time again. Mistake 1 – Using A Default Email Address Ideally, the email address that is showcased on your…

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“I Don’t Use My LinkedIn Account – Why Would I?”

“I don’t use my LinkedIn account – why would I?”

Every now and then I hear these words, usually uttered in frustration by someone in a business development or sales role, and also (more often than not), just after the owner of their business has engaged my services to ensure everyone in their sales team has a tip-top LinkedIn presence.

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LinkedIn Profile Checklist

LinkedIn Checklist

It is important to make sure that your LinkedIn profile is fully completed.  Here is a quick checklist that we use during our LinkedIn workshops. Most of the items on this 10 point checklist are obvious, however if you are not 100% sure what something means, simply ping our “live chat” and one of the…

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Tasty Tips for LinkedIn Success [Webinar]

Tasty Tips for LinkedIn Success [Webinar]

If you are using your LinkedIn profile to its full potential you will be in possession of a professional network that engages with your content, a feed filled with useful industry information that you can engage in and a steady stream of useful new connections. If this does not sound like you then check out…

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