Only Those Who Know and Apply this Marketing Tactic Will Succeed. Will You Be One of Them?
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🔥 It’s my birthday this week! 🎂😎 And as much as I love receiving, I double love giving! I want to gift you these marketing tactics for one of the largest search engines on the internet. LinkedIn. You already know that people use Facebook and Instagram primarily for social purposes, but in the land of LinkedIn, people use the platform because they want to be discovered.
And searchers discover the most successful profiles on LinkedIn via the search button.
I’m reaching out today because I have a few available slots for my LinkedIn bio writing service, and as someone who is actively marketing themselves on LinkedIn, I thought you’d be interested.
It’s never easy to write about yourself, and as a LinkedIn bio copywriter, I have been able to help several entrepreneurs like you better leverage the platform by improving their profile bios.
If this is something that interests you, the first step would be to send me a DM from here and we can set up a quick call or email exchange so I can detail the service and answer any questions you may have.
The entire process from start to finish takes less than a week and only one 30-minute interview call.
Do you want to find a time to meet? If so, please send me a message via my email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll connect.
In the meantime, just to show how much I value the success of small business and entrepreneurs such as yourself, here are a few tactics you must, and I repeat, you must do on your LinkedIn profile.
✍️Checking phrases on the search bar top left, I noticed 2,130,000 people are searching for someone who deals with stress. You should have this word on your headline is you’re in the stress reduction business. And today, that’s a huge factor in most people’s lives.
✍️Best-selling is searched by 1.4 million! I’d suggest you add that to your headline as well. Even if it’s not a book, but a product or best-selling service you offer. Add that in the headline!
✍️Plus, you need a hook! You need some aspect of you that is unique and catchy. Who are you?? What is your hook? What are you known for that makes you unique and stand out? I’m a Gobbledygook Transformer 📚🤓
✍️Here are also some housekeeping items that will make a difference: Click on down arrow under ME on top right corner and click on Account / Settings and Privacy / Visibility and scroll down to item, “Who can see your connections” and change to ONLY YOU. You don’t want visitors to see similar experts as yourself and click away to them. You want them to stay on your page—and be intrigued with your About info and call to action (CTA).
✍️Next click on the “Share job changes, education changes, etc.” to NO. This way, whenever you make a change, correction or additions, the whole LinkedIn world doesn’t need to know!
LinkedIn now allows emojis. Not to get out of control with them LOL, but they bring attention to the content.
Have a great day and week ahead, happy birthday to me, stay well and prosperous, and let’s talk❗️Let’s bust this pandemic wide open and get the results we want for our businesses! Let your customer know who you are and what you can do for them—today! Let’s talk💥