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Personal Disclosure on LinkedIn

This month’s newsletter is a Video! One of my friends Kenneth Nel, is forever bending my ear for not sharing anything about myself. Do you know, he’s right…. LinkedIn is a professional networking platform, and I am a real ambassador for personal branding, managing your reputation, networking and visibility. Within all this comes the emotional

By |2022-10-02T17:30:20+02:00October 2nd, 2022|LinkedIn Marketing, LinkedIn tips and advice|0 Comments

Elevator (Pitch) Music: Is Your Profile Tuned for Success?

Did you know your profile can play music? Now, spare me the blank look – I absolutely mean this, and I haven’t been abducted by aliens, either. The inspiration for today’s conversation comes from a fantastic global Fintech client who I currently have the pleasure of training. Whilst they will remain anonymous, they’re a team

By |2022-08-25T13:39:22+02:00August 25th, 2022|LinkedIn tips and advice|0 Comments

Linked-Invisibility? Why Proactive Visibility is Key to your LinkedIn Success

Linked-Invisibility? Why Proactive Visibility is Key to your LinkedIn Success I have a secret to share with you. Over 59% of my network are missing out on a huge opportunity on LinkedIn. And perhaps they might not deem it a negative, but in my opinion, you should try to leverage every chance for success you

By |2022-07-13T11:28:25+02:00July 13th, 2022|LinkedIn tips and advice|0 Comments

Is your profile an asset or a liability?

LinkedIn is one of the most recognised, go-to resources that people use to research and evaluate an individual’s expertise and potential added value.  Whether we like it or not, most people now default to LinkedIn to find you. And yes, they expect you to be there in a professional capacity! But it happens all too

By |2021-09-17T11:35:32+02:00September 9th, 2021|LinkedIn tips and advice|0 Comments

Is your headshot visible on LinkedIn? Check this setting now…

Your LinkedIn profile photo is often the first impression a visitor to your profile has. Studies have shown that even new-borns, with their eyesight limited to about 12 inches, can recognize a face, and, in fact, prefer to look at faces. No excuses – you must have a photo!  You will immediately lose credibility and

By |2021-09-17T08:20:39+02:00September 9th, 2021|LinkedIn Coaching, LinkedIn tips and advice|0 Comments

The Law of Need & the LinkedIn Product ”Pusher”

In his book “Fanatical Prospecting”, award winning writer Jeb Blount defines the Law of Need as: “the more you need something, the less likely you are to get it”. This Law of Need can be the enemy of many a salesperson who finds that their leads have dried up and their deadlines and targets are

By |2017-08-07T07:57:44+02:00August 7th, 2017|LinkedIn tips and advice|0 Comments

It’s all about balance

  This morning Breakfast TV had a feature on “Sharenting” - the practice of parents sharing every aspect of their children’s lives on Facebook. The piece was presented with representatives from both sides of the argument. The supporter of the practice vehemently defended their actions on the basis that Facebook is the modern way of

By |2017-07-20T14:04:49+02:00July 20th, 2017|LinkedIn tips and advice|0 Comments

Why your employees should be on LinkedIn

A LinkedIn profile is your key to controlling both your own professional reputation and helping control the image of the company you represent. A company with a LinkedIn presence, but few employee profiles connected to it, screams out 'We don’t understand digital media!' and can negatively affect the first impressions of prospective clients and potential

By |2017-01-22T10:15:44+02:00January 22nd, 2017|LinkedIn tips and advice|0 Comments

Why your company should be on LinkedIn

In my LinkedIn workshops I am still surprised to find that while many attendees have individual profiles, the company they represent does not have any presence whatsoever. In my view, these companies are not simply missing a trick, they’re missing a veritable bag of tricks. Business is passing them by in favour of rivals that

By |2017-01-06T09:07:10+02:00January 6th, 2017|LinkedIn tips and advice|0 Comments
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