Back by popular demand, ConnectOps and Sandler Training are excited to present: Using LinkedIn to Generate a Regular Flow of Qualified Leads!
We hope you can join us and on October 24th from 12:30-1:15 for an in-depth discussion on how sales professionals are using LinkedIn to grow their business and keep their pipeline of qualified opportunities full!
There are limited spots available and registration will close soon! Sign up today!
You may have noticed that LinkedIn looks different now. According to CNET, the company redesigned the interface to reflect the ease and efficiency of its mobile counterpart. The platform got a new look along with new features and plans. Certain plans, like Business Plus, no longer give access to search features such as company size or job titles. Now, should you scramble to transition to a different Premium plan? We weighed the options and found Sales Navigator to provide the advanced search options and abilities that no other plan can.
Learn about Sales Navigator and how to leverage its features to your benefit below.
You’re figuring out how to best equip your profile with your abilities and experience, but do you know how to fight the bewildering content grind? Channel your inner Batman and arm your profile with keywords that pack a punch and shield your search ranking.
Have you jumped on the LinkedIn train yet? If not, you may want to pack up and hop aboard the networking and business development tool of all media. Whether you’re new to LinkedIn or a seasoned user, there is always room to expand your network. When connecting or networking with someone, keep in mind that introductions are crucial.
Social media is like playing a game with a lot of rules, but you were never given the handbook. After you create a LinkedIn profile, you start adding information, connecting with people and doing a lot of things that you think you’re supposed to do.
ConnectOps identified a great potential prospect and successfully set up a phone call for the two of you to talk. Great! Now what?
When’s the last time you updated your LinkedIn profile? For most people, it’s been a while. When LinkedIn began gaining popularity, some users hastily added their education, a picture and their previous and current jobs and called it a day.
As LinkedIn grows in popularity, more and more people are starting to forget something important: LinkedIn is NOT the same as Facebook.
We know it can be hard to believe since most people’s LinkedIn feeds have become filled with pictures from family vacations, funny cat videos or quotes about people feeling #blessed to have lost weight thanks to a new fitness program. However, LinkedIn is designed to make it easier for businesspeople to connect and to help people cultivate a professional reputation.