5 Deadly Mistakes on LinkedIn

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5 Deadly Mistakes on LinkedInLinkedIn is often the most overlooked social media platform when it comes to marketing your small business. It’s time to start looking to LinkedIn to promote your brand and gain new business. But, be sure to avoid these 5 deadly mistakes.

 

 

1. Not Creating a Company Page

Your LinkedIn company page allows you to showcase how your business benefits clients/customers. If you don’t have one, these benefits aren’t shared. Furthermore, other LinkedIn members can follow your company page, and you can share company updates. Your LinkedIn company page is very similar to your Facebook fan page.

2. Not Having a Complete Company Page

When creating your company page, it’s important to provide as much information as possible. If you want to attract more business, you need to make sure that you detail your products and/or services. The more information you provide on your company page, the higher your chances of increasing your customer base.

3. Not Asking for Recommendations

On LinkedIn, recommendations are testimonials. Your current and past customers can leave reviews on your business and detail their experiences with you. But, you need to take action by asking them to share a recommendation.

4. Not Being Consistent

LinkedIn is like any other social platform; the more active you are the more visible you are. Be sure you’re sharing updates on a regular basis and engaging with other members. If you post up to 20 times per week (4 times per day), your updates will be seen by almost 60% of your network.

5. Not Participating in Groups

LinkedIn has a number of groups you can join to share information with like-minded professionals. It’s important to be active in these groups. You can join up to 50 groups so be sure that your groups are a mixture of where your target audience is likely to be. You can share updates, ask questions, and so on. Be sure to read the rules for each group before posting so that you’re in compliance.

Don’t discount LinkedIn as a viable part of your digital marketing strategy. It’s a great way to promote your business to those who need it the most. If you have any questions or would like to learn more, feel free to contact me today!

Cheers, Love and Success,
Amanda Brazel
Amanda Brazel

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