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If you’re looking for new and innovative ways to reach your target audience, and you’re not already using LinkedIn — you’re missing out on an amazing resource! In this article we provide tips and tricks on how to use LinkedIn as a marketing tool in 3-easy steps.


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Step #1 – Create Your Business Profile

The first step that you need to take to use LinkedIn effectively as a marketing tool is to create a  killer profile. Take full advantage of the Bio section, pay special attention to the headline and current position sections. These are the sections that potential clients and partners will see first that can make or break your engagement.

Step #2 – Build Your Network

Find the people who matter most to your business. Start by browsing your contacts list. Once you’ve sorted through your contacts begin searching for groups and networks that you belong to offline like alumni and employee groups. Members of these groups are more likely to share your content and feel comfortable with doing so because you already have a common interest.

Step #3 – Share High-Quality Content

In order to successfully  break through the noise  of social media, you have to provide the ultimate user experience. With millions of accounts active on LinkedIn and other social media channels, producing anything less than stellar content is not an option!


Final Thoughts

Create content that answers your audience’s questions and provide value in your marketing campaigns before asking for the sale. Focus on building your customer’s experience and letting them know why you are the best (of the best).


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