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Emily Pappas, a spokeswoman forLinkedSuperPowers, a very popular , Social Media certified Likedin Profile Optimization Agency, says
Linkedin lies on the industrial side of the web, providing access to over four hundred million professionals . Its subject matter is ‘ strictly business’. Having started as an area of job seekers looking to upload their CVs, LinkedIn has developed into one of the most dynamic platforms for professional and corporate promotion. This is a platform encouraging business collaboration. The Linkedin Profile story telling is not so much about the product itself but more about its creators. It is more about shedding light on the cast of a performance than on the actual show. The LinkedIn Summary (for individuals) and the LinkedIn Company Page Description (for companies) brings the protagonists from the background onto center stage , making them known to those that really matter, in a business sense. Image has also crept into this largest network of professionals in the world which until lately was considered as more conventional. Visuals images, video and slideshow presentations are now common in the media section of your LinkedIn profile
Read Full Article on The Huffington Post
Thursday, March 23, 2017
The #1 problem in 2017 for sales people across the globe is lack of sales pipeline... yet that's a symptom rather than a root-cause.
"Wow, this person is seriously determined"
"Sounds like they're worth talking to"
Social selling on it's own does not deliver what is needed. Buyers are blinded by the white wall of outreach hitting their inbox.
People prefer to buy from those they know, like and trust, and the relationships you build are the strongest point of competitive differentiation
Treasure those who can create high value content with which marketing teams can attract and nurture leads
Sunday, March 19, 2017
- Awareness – We become part of a working entity with a shared purpose
- Motivation – We drive to gain consensus in problem solving or development
- Self-synchronization – We decide as individuals when things need to happen
- Participation – We participate in collaboration and we expect others to participate
- Mediation – We negotiate and we collaborate together and find a middle point
- Reciprocity – We share and we expect sharing in return through reciprocity
- Reflection – We think and we consider alternatives
- Engagement – We proactively engage rather than wait and see