Powerful LinkedIn Resources that Can Have an Impact on Your Business Development Efforts.

Networking is vital for most salespeople, but often it isn’t nearly as productive as we need or would like it to be. We invest our time in events such as chamber meetings, meetups, business card exchanges, trade shows and beyond, yet rarely do these meetings convert to sales.

This Chrome Extension is a powerful tool to store your message templates and use shortcodes to easily leverage them for your LinkedIn and social selling efforts. There is a bonus, you will receive many of our templates for networking and prospecting on LinkedIn.

You know you need to leverage LinkedIn for growing your business, but do you know where to start? Here is a quick LinkedIn checklist to guide you through the steps you need to take to be successful.

[WEBINAR] Leveraging LinkedIn for Business Development

Join Us on Oct 10, 2018 12:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

LinkedIn is an underutilized sales tool for Sales professionals. LinkedIn allows us to position ourselves as thought leaders and subject matter experts as well as find and engage with targeted buyers. In this webinar we will cover:

► Developing a Buyer-Centric Profile

► Network and Engage 

► Gain Access to Stakeholders

► Thought Leadership

Developing targeted search strings for LinkedIn.com (the free version) is foundational when leveraging LinkedIn for prospecting. Search strings (originally called Boolean Search) is a mathematical formula that delivers a specific list that meets the defined criteria.

Creating buyer personas will reveal vital information about your ideal client—information you can then use to find more prospects just like them. But building your typical buyer persona for marketing and sales is slightly different when you’ll be using it for LinkedIn. The key is being able to pinpoint your clients’ attributes that line up with LinkedIn’s search filters, which will enable you to quickly build a qualified list of your targeted buyers.

Adding symbols was always a point of debate. Was it too goofy, too high school, too unprofessional, or did it catch the eye, bring people in, get people interested? Well, it is still the topic of discussion, but I do believe if used well and sparingly, symbols have their place on the LinkedIn profile.

Are You Ready to Transform the Way You Grow Your Business?

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The LinkedIn Sales Playbook:

A Tactical Guide to Social Selling – by Brynne Tillman

Available on Amazon

BONUS: With every book purchase you receive             11 on-demand LinkedIn webinars.