5 Tips to increase your Engagement on LinkedIn

Connecting with potential clients on LinkedIn is fantastic but it is really only the start when it comes to building fruitful, long-term relationships on the platform. There is a real temptation to focus on simply stacking-up connections without bothering to nurture and work on them afterward.

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How to Promote Your Podcast on LinkedIn

In the beginning, while you’re still learning the ins and outs of hosting a podcast, you probably won’t feel too confident in your skills. As your skill progress, you’ll probably even feel slightly embarrassed by the previous episodes. But once you get to a certain point, you naturally want to bring in more listeners.

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How to Promote Your Book on LinkedIn

Being an author can be frustrating these days. Not because of lack of readers — there are still billions of people who read books on a daily basis — but due to all the competition. In 2018, there were more than 45,000 published authors in the US alone. The situation is worse when you look at indie writers. In 2017, for instance, nearly half-a-million people published e-books.

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Content Marketing Tips for Podcasters

At the moment, there are more than 850,000 different podcasts floating around on the Internet. Yes, we’re nearing the 1,000,000 podcasts mark sooner than expected.

Just a few short years ago, most people had no idea what a podcast even was. In 2014, only around 2% of Americans were active listeners. But things have changed drastically for the podcasting industry. You read that correctly – podcasting is now a real industry.

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Is LinkedIn Sales Navigator worth the money?

LinkedIn has currently over 690 million users in more than 200 countries around the world.
Soon that number will undoubtedly be outdated. That’s because LinkedIn’s userbase continues to grow every day. When it comes to building professional relationships, LinkedIn is the linchpin.

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Four Social Selling Tips

People that want to build meaningful relationships with their customers should look no further than social selling to accomplish their goals. More than 30% of B2B marketers feel that social selling has allowed them to build strong customer relationships with thousands of prospects.

Social selling is there to help you build a relationship with your target audience slowly and organically. That allows the relationship between you and the lead to remain strong for years and to turn that lead into a loyal customer. But in order to make this happen, you have to use social selling correctly.

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How to Get More Views on LinkedIn Content

LinkedIn will never be as popular as Facebook and Instagram. Although it has almost 700 million users in more than 200 countries worldwide, it will never be as trendy and attractive as some other social networks around. That’s because it doesn’t need to be. The quality of leads from LinkedIn is much higher for B2B businesses than from any other network.

If you’re looking for a way to give your content more exposure, LinkedIn is the place for you.

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What is Social Selling?

It’s fair to say that social media runs the world. As of January 2020, there are 2.96 million social media users across the globe. The worlds of social media and marketing are heavily interlinked. Companies use their social media platforms to communicate with their consumers, attract new customers, and measure relevancy.

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Creating the Perfect Elevator Pitch for LinkedIn

In the real world, an elevator pitch is essentially a 30 to 60 second “commercial” about your professional skills, expertise, and experience. You never know when you’ll find yourself in a networking situation, so it’s nice to have an elevator pitch ready at all times. However, when you’re creating a LinkedIn account, you always need to leave a good impression in a short amount of time.

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Podcasting for Lead Generation

From the very beginning, it seemed like podcasting would take over the world. In 2004, the first podcast ever was posted online. Just a year later, Oxford named “podcast” as the word of the year. By the end of the decade, there were more than 25,000 different podcasts available on iTunes. Today, there are more than 700,000 podcasts available from every corner of the world.

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