Simple Ways To Use LinkedIn To Optimize Your Pet Business and Get More Clients
If you are not on LinkedIn, or you are not taking advantage of all the tools that LinkedIn has to offer business owners, you are missing out! In this episode you will learn how to use LinkedIn in the most optimum way in order to gain more clients in your local area. (Don’t worry, it’s easy!) You’ll also learn how to skillfully navigate the LinkedIn controls in order to make LinkedIn a powerful lead-generating machine! Please note that there is a white bar that blocks part of the screen at the very beginning of the video when Kristin is introducing Mary Jeanne (you’ll see what we mean when you watch) but it goes away once Mary Jeanne starts talking.
Mary Jeanne Vincent
In This Segment You’ll Learn:
- Why pet professionals should be on LinkedIn
- What the most important benefits and features are on LinkedIn
- How pet business owners can make their profile stand out from their competitors
- How to work with and effectively manage your LinkedIn account so you don’t waste time
- Empowering tips for making the most of privacy controls on LinkedIn
- Mistakes that pet business owners may make when using LinkedIn
- And more!
Mary Jeanne is a LinkedIn rockstar! I’ve worked a lot with Linkedin and thought I knew most everything there was to know about this powerful social media platform and still I learned some new tricks. I’m excited for you to see this interview as I imagine you’ll be motivated and inspired after learning all these great ways for optimizing your LinkedIn pet business profile. Happy watching and learning!
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Mary Jeanne Vincent
Mary Jeanne Vincent is a Career Expert & Strategist, LinkedIn Expert and Salary Negotiation Queen.
She is passionate about coaching clients to achieve their career goals, confidently ask for what they are worth, and create a powerful brand. She works with executives and professionals to craft compelling LinkedIn profiles, create effective résumés, negotiate salary and set professional fees.
Kristin MorrisonOctober 10, 2016
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Corrine BrayOctober 10, 2016
I had sent you a “no message” invitation to linkedin before I watched the video. Needless to say I learned that this isn’t a good way to communicate and I thank you! I learn so much from you and your guest speakers at this conference… thanks!
Pam VeelleOctober 11, 2016
I learned a number of things I considered important. First and foremost what I am putting out there via my headline and my summary page. This helps me with formulating my profile, the importance in the manner and method of maintaining communications with other LinkedIn profiles. I want to make sure that my summary is just that a summary. I am wordy.
The most important thing I learned is that this is an excellent tool to move my unique business to my second level goal of not for profit status. This would further enable me to expand the philanthropic aspect of my business. Teach2Train is unique in that I train people to train their own service dogs. The second level goal is to establish not for profit and work with breeders for donated service dog prospects for students so they get quality dogs to train and the breeder gets a full write-ff for the full value of their donated dog. The third tier is to establish corporate sponsorship so that we can offer scholarships to our low income disable seeking assistance in getting a dog and getting training. LinkedIn will help me gain many of the contacts and support to make this goal achievable.
I may be able to market this business to the very people that can help this goal grow to fruition.