In this video, learn how to engage cold prospects on LinkedIn, whether it's an invitation to connect or to pitch your company and services.
- If you are in sales … or looking to grow your business and find new clients, … using LinkedIn isn't an option, it's a requirement. … The good news is that LinkedIn's … 500 million plus member database is easily searchable … with just a couple of clicks and completed search fields. … From your LinkedIn home screen, … go to the Search bar in the upper top row … and click on People, then all filters. … From this screen, either enter the company … that you're trying to sell to … or type in the job title of your ideal customer. … For example, I own a digital marketing agency. … Therefore, connecting with Chief Marketing Officers … is the key to growing my business. … As seen in the example, LinkedIn gives me access … to reach over 21,000 Chief Marketing Officers … in the United States. … However, before you connect or send an InMail … to any sales prospect, … look them up on Twitter or Instagram … and engage with them off of LinkedIn … before you engage on LinkedIn. … …
- Expanding your network with LinkedIn Groups
- Writing the perfect InMail message on LinkedIn
- How often you should post on social media
- Using Facebook as a sales and marketing channel
- Humanizing your brand
- Reclaiming lost fans on Facebook
- Building a Messenger chat bot
- Getting your first 10,000 YouTube subscribers
- Using hashtags
Skill Level Beginner
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