Today I want to mix things up. I am 100% certain everyone who joins the hangouts has some fun (and horror) stories. Let's share. Why? When you encounter crazy, bizarre, couldn't make it up situations (and *cough* people) it's nice to know you're not alone in dealing with them. And I like learning from the mistakes other people make. I'll start with a quick
Today I want to share two free chrome extensions we use. They're free, save us a lot of time on Linkedin, and have nothing to do with automation. I think you'll like them. We'll be adding them to our Resources Sheet today. What's that? You don't have the link to the Resources Sheet? No worries. I'll give it to you
Last week a question came in about Service Pages. While recording a quick video explainer (for you Renison!), I saw for the first time REVIEWS on Service Pages. You'll notice in the screenshot below it reads 'You haven't received enough reviews to display an overall rating.' It would appear you need several before an aggregate rating appears. And possibly the reviews themselves.
Please take a moment to read today's hangout topic. Without exaggeration, I believe what we'll discuss today may be the most important subject we'll cover this year. It has implications for targeting, sales and marketing initiatives, the types of clients you onboard, cost of services, KPI expectations, and more. Linkedin Activity Scoring In short - what is the best way to estimate
In today's hangout we discuss how to add a video cover story on Linkedin and highlight best practices for: Video Cover Story Layout & Editing Portrait or Landscape Padding at the top/bottom (mobile adds layers inside video) Adding captions Motion graphics Audio EQ for mobile/desktop Video editing tools Air dropping edited video to your mobile app for upload Scripting Your Video Cover Story
If you're looking for a way to send more invites per week than Linkedin allows be sure to watch today's hangout. Last week we sent 700 very targeted invites from one free account in just 2 days. We're doing the same thing again this week. So far we've added 450 new 1st degree connections (all our target audience) in 6 days. We can
I used to think 'Content marketing on Linkedin is a waste of time. Just find and message the same people. It's faster.' I was half right. It is faster. But I was half wrong. It's not a waste of time - when done properly. Read this slowly - having a chasm between sales enablement and content marketing dilutes both departments. If you use Linkedin
Judy Parsons shows us how to access Linkedin Newsletters (once your account has the feature). Plus, if your Linkedin Newsletter is published on your website should you worry about duplicate content in search engines?