Chas Begley: As anyone who uses social media knows it can suck up time and not all of it particularly effectively.
In this article Viveka Von Rosen outline a process for being more effective on LinkedIn which is grounded in a daily checklist and a calendar for activity on the network. Viv gives plenty of examples of what kinds of activity this may entail. Once these are in place Viv demonstrates that using a scheduler (like Buffer app) can then help your efficiency on the network.
Of course this methodology is readily transferable to other social media networks and can considerably boost your efficiency when using social media.
As LinkedIn continues to grow in popularity as a proven social media marketing platform for B2B companies, the LinkedIn company page offering continues to evolve as well with new features for marketers to fully leverage this tool.
Chas Begley: Stephanie Sammons looks at LinkedIn engagement strategies and activities designed to grow your network.
1. Frequently and consistently updating your status 2. Constantly looking for connection opportunities 3. Choosing the optimal time for LinkedIn activity 4. Participating in groups 5. Be relevant when sharing
With 150 million members, LinkedIn is the Internet’s largest business mixer, and you should work it as such. Assess the room to identify a few key players in your industry and either have one of your connections introduce you or approach them directly.
Ultimately, the goal of any business focused networking activity is to drive a sale. And what’s the best way to start that process? Here are 5 tips to get the leads flowing in your direction via Linkedin.
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