Tag Archive: LinkedIn

Jul 18

Video Tip: LinkedIn Connections

Are you connecting with prospects on LinkedIn? Here are some tips for connecting with them so they are more likely to turn into clients. What are your biggest challenges with connecting on LinkedIn?  Post in the comments below.

Oct 07

Video Tip: Why LinkedIn?

Are you still looking for where your ideal clients hang out? I know where they are and I’d like to help you find them. Watch this video to find out.   You can download my new free ebook HERE.

Jul 28

Video Tip: LinkedIn New Rules

All the social media sites make changes in their rules and you need to know what they are so you don’t violate them, and get kicked out. Here are the two new changes in rules for LinkedIn. Get your copy of my new free report, “How Solopreneurs Can Get 30-60 High-Quality Leads a Month Without …

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Jul 21

Video Tip: Repurpose Your Content with Pulse

If you are already writing blog posts and/or articles, here’s another place you can also post that content that will boost your page ranking and repurpose your content.    

Jan 19

Guest Post: How to Use LinkedIn for Business

“How to Use LinkedIn for Business: 6 Fast, Easy Ways to Attract a Flood of New Clients!” By Guest Blogger, Yoon Cannon Editor’s Note: Yoon Cannon will be giving a free training session, sponsored by the IAPLC, on Jan. 22 at 11am EDT. To find out more go here: http://iaplifecoaches.org/special-presentation-linkedin-business/     If you’re struggling to attract …

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Sep 09

Entrepreneurs Need to Network

Job security is changing. “Safe” jobs with a guaranteed pension are a thing of the past. Owning a business is much more secure than a job, provided you know how to operate one successfully. Reid Hoffman, Co-founder/CEO of LinkedIn, says that you should think of yourself as a permanent start-up company, or as he calls it, …

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Sep 02

Are you really an entrepreneur?

When people ask you what you do, you tell them you are a life coach.  You probably think of yourself as a life coach.  But unless you are a life coach for someone else’s company, you’re also an entrepreneur.  The problem is that coach’s training programs do not include entrepreneurial training.  Yes, they may teach …

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