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A Simple Hack to Generate More Traffic (Without Spending More Money)

Posted by Shaye Smith

January 4, 2019

I'm starting today's blog post off with a few stats:

Okay, great. Let's all give LinkedIn a big pat on the back. Those are some intense and super interesting stats to a person in the B2B marketing and sales industries... or they should be. If you aren't interested in capitalizing on these stats, you can stop reading. If you are interested in a 'hack' to help you capitalize and capture some of this focused attention from LinkedIn, keep reading. 

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Topics: lead generation, LinkedIn, Social Media

Hi, I'd Like to Join Your LinkedIn Network

Posted by LeadG2

September 30, 2016

"Hi Brian, I'd like to join your LinkedIn network." 
Don’t you love to get these generic LinkedIn requests in your email inbox every day? Yeah, us too.

While LinkedIn is undoubtedly the 1,000-pound gorilla in the business networking space, for some it sometimes can be more annoying than helpful. Many business people still don’t believe that being active on social media is worth the time or effort.  For those that don’t want to be seen as a thought leader in their industry or don’t want to spend time creating content that helps connect them with prospects, it is indeed a waste of time. But for business leaders and salespeople wanting to advance in their careers and be seen as an expert in their field, social selling and being active on social media is paramount to success.

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Topics: LinkedIn, personal brand

How to Avoid Spending $10 to Send a LinkedIn InMail Message

Posted by LeadG2

July 17, 2015

 

If you are like most salespeople, you spend a fair amount of time looking for new leads and trying to get the greatest benefit out of social networking sites like LinkedIn. One of the most frustrating things that can happen on LinkedIn is that you find a profile that seems to match your ideal customer profile, but you can’t send them an InMail since you are not connected to that person or you don’t have an account that includes InMail credits. If I’ve just described a frustration you’ve been having, keep reading.  

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Topics: LinkedIn, Sales

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