The default feed on LinkedIn is full of irrelevant garbage. How can I find and engage with content that will further my purpose for using LinkedIn?
How can I add or remove interests from my profile on LinkedIn?
How can I best share articles that I have written on LinkedIn? I noticed that when I write an article, it doesn't get a ton of traction on LinkedIn. Do you find the same thing?
I want to share a video on LinkedIn. What's the best way to share it? Should I share the YouTube link in a post, or should I upload the video directly to YouTube?
How important is it for a company to have a company page on LinkedIn?
Should that company be posting via its company page or via its employee's personal LinkedIn pages?
Does LinkedIn even share posts from a company as widely as they share posts from a person?
Let's say you're at a company, you're a sales person at a company, you're not the CEO, should you rely on the company to post, or should the individuals at that company post?
Why is it important to stay top of mind with people?
How does my activity on LinkedIn show up on the rest of the internet, namely Google, Bing, Yahoo searches?
When people are searching for me how public is my activity on LinkedIn? My likes, my comments, my engagement?
What about things that I'm liking and commenting on?
Is there any way to make your articles private LinkedIn doing only? For some reason if anyone wants to do that?
What is the difference between a post and an article on LinkedIn?
Why then would I ever write an article? No one ever sees it, unless I share it as a post. Why don't I just write a bunch of posts?
We are all limited on time. If you want to get more done, you must rely on other people to help you.
When I explored the most common self-limiting beliefs that small business owners had around growing their business and what was stopping them, I found three beliefs.
I talk about this when I give my talk on the seven stages to seven figures.
One of those self-limiting beliefs is around TRUST.
We want a guarantee that things will go a certain way but trust is not a guarantee. Trust means that you realize that something might go wrong, yet you trust that people or systems will do their best to do what was promised.
You either have trust in someone or in a system, or you do not have trust.
The best way to trust people is to give them things that they will excel at with minimal error.
When I was thinking of what I can give my virtual admins to help me on LinkedIn, I realized that creating content was NOT one of them.
Why? Because no one can really capture your voice....