Join us for the LIVE discussion, September 15 | 11 a.m. ET/ 3 p.m. GMT
LinkedIn has rolled out many new features in the past 18 months to help users better connect. In this week’s Office Hour, we’ll discuss ways to leverage the world’s largest professional network, including Creator Mode.
Mary Fain Brandt @hello2 is the CEO of Mary Fain Brandt Consulting, Founder of The Linkedin Bakery and an International Linkedin Trainer, Speaker & Strategist. She teaches entrepreneurs, business leaders, executives and sales teams how to fill their pipeline by using Linkedin for just one hour a day. She describes her brand as Fun and Informative. She’s a get-to-the-point, get-it-done type of gal with a passion for color coding, colored pens, and homemade Cold Brew with Vanilla Almond Milk.
Lexi Marek Beeler is marketing manager for PIC (Pig Improvement Company). Her career in communications and marketing has included collaborating with media outlets, developing marketing brand plans, and planning industry events. She is passionate about agriculture and was raised on a 6th generation family farm in Iowa.
Open office hour allows you to ask questions in real time or continue the conversation indefinitely!
Looking forward to geeking out on all things LinkedIn related! There are so many missed opportunities!
This should be good…spending A LOT more time on Linkedin these days!
Make sure you are building and creating your personal brand and share on Linkedin!
Your personal brand can help you get that next job!
LinkedIn Resources on the SMP site:
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Do it…be active.
Find content pillars of what you stand for and what you are talking about. Show them through out!
Weave your personal brand into content
Career professionals this is YOU too!
you don’t have to share everything you are passionate about!
think before posting…is this going to inspire or help my network?
Never post stories or photos immediately…post them the next day after you have time to reflect to be sure it’s still valid the next day.
if you are wondering…should I post this on Linkedin…you probably shouldn’t! Or at least get another opinion.
When you have an event…create an event on Linkedin
Great for engaging individuals.
Events…mark attending and you’ll get an email reminder and you can add event to your calendar
Comment on other people’s posts
Then send a connection post
Cultivate the relationship…
Consistent on LinkedIn–you need to
Create content (events, ask question, tag a couple people)
You have to play by Linkedin’s rules to win…