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8 Ways to Market Yourself on LinkedIn


If you happen to have a LinkedIn account, then it just makes sense to want to get the very most you can out of the experience. You want to create an experience with LinkedIn that’s not only going to help you achieve your current goals, but perhaps point you towards goals and concepts you can’t even imagine in the present.

LinkedIn can indeed help you to accomplish both of those things. It all comes down to knowing how to use the social media site to its optimal effectiveness.

How To Use LinkedIn

LinkedIn offers professionals from all walks of life a variety of ways in which they can network and succeed. Once you’ve gone about setting up your LinkedIn account, you’ll be able to explore that potential for yourself:

1. Don’t limit your connections. LinkedIn isn’t just about connecting to people you currently work with, or people you would like to work with in the future. Try to see the value in every single person who reaches out to you.

2. Sending thank you notes is a good way to break the ice. As you begin accepting connections from people, sending them a thank you note for connecting to you can be a great way to introduce yourself.

3. Devote yourself to the idea of connecting to at least one person a day. This is going to make it easier to establish and nurture a meaningful network of connections.

4. Make it a point to check your profile daily, in order to see who has been checking out your profile. This can reveal a potentially large pool of possible connections.

5. Don’t be afraid to share content. If you have written a recent blog post, don’t be afraid to add that to your profile.

6. Want to get the most out of your LinkedIn experience? Create a piece of content, share it, and then submit that content to the LinkedIn Today team.

7. Make sure you always keep in mind the value of commenting on the status or content being shared by someone who is currently in your network. This is how you build the sort of connection that will eventually serve to benefit you in a variety of ways.

8. Don’t be afraid to look into organizing a catch-up with some of your contacts. Doing so is a fabulous way to reach out to those you haven’t spoken to in a little while.

LinkedIn can offer you a plethora of benefits, but only if you want it.

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