Dec 15, 2017
Ep #6: Would you like to get notified when someone in your area
interested in your service? That’s what LinkedIn does when you are
selected for their special section for professionals.
But before you get noticed by LinkedIn and more important by your potential clients you need to make your profile stand out.
In this episode, Gary Kissel shares how to get more clients with LinkedIn.
LinkedIn selected him as a ProFinder in the Marketing Consultant category and recommends him as a highly qualified contact to those who seek help with their business marketing.
As a Realtor, Gary used LinkedIn to find, connect and do deals with investors around the world. And now he helps other professionals to connect with their clients through LinkedIn. He has authored more than 30 articles on LinkedIn.
Time Stamped Show Notes:
[00:21] About the episode and Gary Kissel
[02:16] Gary shares how LinkedIn helped him to find buyers when he was in real estate business
[02:11] What professionals should use LinkedIn
[03:19] How to fill your LinkedIn profile
[06:10] How to make your profile stand out
[06:44] What are the keywords and how to use them
[08:10] What to write on your LinkedIn profile if you have two different works: one is your main job and another is your creative business
[09:58] What mistakes people make using LinkedIn
[10:40] LinkedIn ProFinder is free special service for professionals
[11:16] Marina shares her experience with LinkedIn ProFinder
[12:57] How to find more clients on LinkedIn
[14:05] Change your profile if you change the area of your expertise
[15:24] When you have your profile established then work on becoming more visible
[17:31] How to be seen by more people
[18:51] Why you need to have at least 500 followers
[19:42] Do you still need LinkedIn if you don’t live in North America?
[21:18] Three steps that will help you to start attracting more clients with LinkedIn
[22:50] Where to find Gary
[23:40] For the show notes go to IntNetworkPlus.com and subscribe to the Marketing for Creatives show.
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