7 Ways to Connect with Customers on LinkedIn
Did you know that LinkedIn is way more than a job-hunting platform? LinkedIn has transformed over the past few years into a truly social network for all professionals to connect, share experiences, and truly engage like one would on Facebook. LinkedIn is your secret weapon for finding your customers and even building deeper connections with them.
Join us in this workshop on LinkedIn and unleash the power of LinkedIn by dusting off your old, outdated, profile and enhancing it so that when people see it they have all the correct information about your business.
Even if you don’t plan on using LinkedIn much, you should still be active on it, know how it works, and update your information because you neve know where your next customer will come from – and yes, they do their research online before they ever reach out to you.
Taught by SBDC Business Advisor Ed Troxell
Ed Troxell is a social media marketing expert and enthusiast of Facebook Live. As a former Apple Inc. employee, Ed brings a unique skill set to the table from sales, marketing, strategizing systems, and processes, to teaching the importance of showing up on social media so that you can stand out as the industry expert online.
This interactive workshop is roughly 1.5 hours long, followed by a question and answer period to help address YOUR specific needs. So have your questions ready and enjoy some expert one-on-one time!
THIS WORKSHOP IS THE THIRD OF THREE IN THE SOCIAL MEDIA ZERO TO HERO SERIES
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