Let’s talk about how to create a LinkedIn profile that actually brings you leads and sales (you know, a robust one).
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LinkedIn is the place to be for professionals looking to build their online presence, grow their professional network, find a job, and add to their authority in their area of expertise.
But, as a business owner, you look at LinkedIn a little differently. You’re not trying to find a job! And you might have a great network as it is—you need clients, not new friends!
Or do you?
Why You Need a LinkedIn Profile Even When You Own a Business
Owning a business is tough, and you may think you’ve got more important things on your plate than dealing with social media.
I urge you to consider otherwise.
(If you’re still not sure, read our article on how to use LinkedIn for your business.)
Debra Jason, author of Millionaire Marketing on a Shoestring Budget, has over 25 years of experience writing content, promotions, and marketing that sells.
Today, she’ll teach you how to sell yourself and your business. With just a little bit of effort, you can create a LinkedIn profile that adds authority to your business, makes people more likely to do business with you, and gives you a chance to connect to professionals with disposable income.
You know, professionals who may need your product or service (and who also might be good clients or even referral partners).
It’s not about getting a job — it’s about building partnerships.
How to Create a LinkedIn Profile That Draws People Like Flies to Honey
Sorry for the gross analogy, but you get the picture.
Learn how to create a LinkedIn profile that puts you at the top of your industry on today’s number one social media network for professionals.
To get an exclusive copy of Debra Jason’s book, Millionaire Marketing on a Shoestring Budget, go to millionairemarketingonashoestringbudget.com
To learn more about Debra Jason as a speaker (and book her at your next event), go to debrajason.com
To learn more about Debra’s phenomenal copywriting skills, go to writedirection.com
Bridging the Gap — Moving From LinkedIn to Facebook
Once you get your LinkedIn profile in hand, it’s time to get Facebook under control.