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Why Use Linkedin?
Linkedin is the premier business networking site with more than 160 million members and growing by 2 new members per second.
If you are engaged in any kind of B2B (Business-to-Business) activity whether it be with business clients, strategic partners, vendors/suppliers or if you want to network and share best practices with your industry peers, you want to and need to be using Linkedin!
Where Can I Learn More about Linkedin?
Interview on the "Social Networking NewsHour" with Laurie Hurley -
Click here for the Podcast (07/18/2012)
More LinkedIn articles on the Social Media 2 Connect Blog
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How Do I Get Started?
It's easy to create and begin setting up your Linkedin profile. Decide which email address you want as your primary email for Linkedin (you can have multiple email addresses, but only one primary), create your password, and you're in!
Start filling in your Linkedin profile - include a photo (use a professional headshot), a headline that briefly describes you (like a title), and select your location and industry.
Write a Summary that provides an overview of your business - what you have to offer your clients, introduction to your professional background, your products/services, and include some contact information.
Contact Me Today
Contact me to discuss Linkedin, your networking needs. and how I can best help you use Linkedin more actively and effectively!
Call (818) 577-1347 or email me to set up a free initial consultation and get started today!
What Can I Do with Linkedin?
Connect with your existing clients, strategic referral partners, and vendors and suppliers. Then, get testimonials (Recommendations) from your clients, etc., to boost your credibility and appeal to other Linkedin members who find you.
Search for (using targeted search methods) for potential new clients, strategic referral partners and vendors and suppliers. What does it cost you today to find and acquire a new client? $$$
Network with your industry peers - ...
How Do I Build My Network?
Import one of more of your email contacts databases. Select those individuals who know you well enough to invite without a personalized invitation.
Search by name for people you know for whom you don't have the email address they use in Linkedin.
As you make connections, look through your connections' connections to see who else you might know.
When you meet new people online or at events, ask if they are on Linkedin and if they would like to connect.
Click here for some Networking articles to help get you started.