Monday, 4 May 2015
How do I Get My LinkedIn on Autopilot?
In my humble experience, I have met many people who have finally got their LinkedIn to an almost autopilot point when they give up... just before it begins to pay off. Just how much effort it takes to get to this point depends on whether you work with a LinkedIn coach or not.
When I was first introduced to LinkedIn, and for that matter, all my basic online social media platforms, I had a coach. This was back in 2009 when I was literally "dragged into the 21st Century kicking and screaming"!
In one day I signed up on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and my podblog site. Let me tell you, I literally felt like my head was going to pop off! The information that I needed to force into my head was challenged big time by the lack of space available. You get my drift.
My coach calmly and patiently walked me through what I needed to do with my online marketing systems and then patiently let me blunder a bit as I gradually absorbed the basics of "how to".
Guess what? I never did that again!
That said, I learned to ask before I do something for the first time. I also learned that I needed to avoid being a "lone wolf" and be teachable; to admit that I did not know something and ask for help.
Have you found yourself in this same position? Perhaps you are unaware that there is help available?
Because of the experience I had learning how to make my online marketing platforms work for me, I have since made it my goal to help as many people as I can with their online systems as well.
The basic three are LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter. My specialty is LinkedIn.
LinkedIn is the key. Here's why:
1. The average age of people on LinkedIn is 43 years - more seasoned business people.
2. The average annual income of people on LinkedIn is $125K. - they can afford to buy our stuff.
3. Everyone on LinkedIn is there to do business.
4. LinkedIn is the most professional platform on the "net".
5. The secret to LinkedIn is in the groups.
For the Five LinkedIn Secrets, check out my next free webinar:
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As The Marketing Mentress, Christine helps people to use social media and podcasting to build the one-on-one relationships you NEED to succeed with the people you WANT to know at the companies you WANT to do business with. She helps you to expand your local business network with new ideas that help you navigate more efficiently throughout the new media.
Christine has a fail-safe way to open the door with almost any company and build the relationships you NEED for business...using LinkedIn.
As a trained professional public speaker, Christine has taught courses at the Fraser Valley College and multiple business platforms on "Enhancing Your Personal Marketability", "Hiring, Training and Developing Staff" and "The 10 Commandments of Business Management".
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