Today we revisited Linkedin's new features, discussed the pro's and con's of changing connect to follow, reviewed a bug with enabling creator mode, I read the rejection letter Linkedin sent me after applying for Linkedin Live, we have an in-depth discussion on duplicate content for Newsletters, and show how you can give someone a link to get 2 free months
In today's hangout we explored New features announced by Linkedin just yesterday including: - Video introductions on your profile - Live broadcasting on your banner - Creator mode - Service page launch We also spent time revisiting last week's discussion about weekly invite limits.
In March of 2021, Linkedin users began reporting a new weekly limit for how many invites (connection requests) they could send per week. While we had seen a similar notification in the past, this was rebranded and appeared after significantly fewer weekly invites. The notification reads: 'You've reached the weekly invitation limit. Connections benefit you more when you know them personally, so
Need to create sales territories and make sure they're fair for all your reps? In today's hangout we discussed how to use Linkedin to segment your target audience into equal territories. Want a link to the google sheet we referenced in the video? Ask Isaac on Linkedin.
Linkedin now lets you import a list of companies (they use the language 'Accounts') by uploading a CSV inside Sales Navigator team edition. Let's do a walkthrough on when to use this feature and how it works. Why import companies as a CSV? Really it all comes down to one thing - saving you time creating account lists. There are two primary
Watch as we take a look under the hood at Linkedin's new Account Mapping feature inside Sales Navigator. In this hangout we'll discuss the nuts and bolts of: How account mapping works inside Linkedin The three tiers available in mapping Maximum leads per tier How to use the default tier structure versus customizing Accepting recommendations Lead lists relationship with account mapping
Today we take a look at the new features Linkedin announced will be coming to Sales Navigator in Q1 of 2021 including Account CSV imports, increased saved lead limits, account mapping, risk alerts, and more. View the official release slides from Linkedin here.
Linkedin has been alluding to an overhaul of their ProFinder platform for some time now. Here's the series of events we've seen unfold starting last Fall (2020 to Spring of 2021). Rolled out 'Open for Business' enabling you to add services to your profile Added 'Service Provider' to search Stopped accepting new ProFinder applications Subtly announced in their new Product Page
It doesn't matter if you DIY or you're an agency getting approval before a campaign launch. You need to map out your sales conversations. I'll show you how we map it out at Zeeko and do client/team collaboration during planning and after a campaign launch. We'll also do a high level comparison of Google Drawings versus Lucid Charts.
Today we'll do a high level comparison of Apollo.io with Linkedin Sales Navigator. Apollo pulls data in from multiple places (including Linkedin) and can be a powerful utility in both targeting and email discovery for your Linkedin campaigns. It's also not a very well known tool. Enjoy!