One of my friends is the absolute king of LinkedIn. He has helped tens of thousands of people find new jobs on LinkedIn. After years of friendship, he has shown me absolutely everything he knows. It’s the ultimate platform for growing your business.
Only the Successful
Every LinkedIn profile has a job title; with one glance you can see how much someone earns.
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Facebook is broken into social groups and demographics.
LinkedIn is broken down by social echelon.
People are grouped together by power and income rather than who they went to high school with.
It’s a lot easier to close a deal in a room full of people who can afford you.
Your Profile is a Tool
Most people have terribly boring profiles – they use the photo from their security badge and the profile reads like a tax brief.
Who wants to look at bad pictures and read boring profiles?
Your profile is a chance to stand out from the crowd and let people know how you can change their lives.
Think of your profile as a tool to grow your business.
It’s not just a place to describe yourself.
When you give a purpose to your profile it will become useful.
Use your time wisely and approach everything you do online with an eye toward results.
Are you selling to businesses or are you targeting teenagers?
Every business has a different demographic.
If your audience isn’t on LinkedIn, then this episode might not help you.
But if you are looking to sell expensive products to people who can afford them, you are going to love what I have to share.
- LinkedIn is the best place to find high ticket buyers
- Most people use their profiles as a bad resume
- Use LinkedIn as a tool and you can make amazing things happen
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