LinkedIn Profile Examples: How To Create A Professional & Client Focused Profile

Have you wondered what to put into your LinkedIn profile? Perhaps it should read like your professional CV or bio? If you are looking for a job that approach may work.

However, if you are looking to use LinkedIn as a powerful business building tool, you’ll need to take a different approach.

But what exactly to write in your profile may have you stumped. In this article I will share several LinkedIn profile examples to help you learn how you can improve your profile.

Turn Your LinkedIn Profile into a Client Magnet [Video Tutorial]

Does your LinkedIn profile speak to your ideal clients or is it all about you?

Do you come up in the search results when potential prospects are looking for what you offer?

And does your profile speak to your ideal clients when they land on it?

Simply having a LinkedIn profile is no longer enough. With over 400,000,000 LinkedIn members, there is a very good chance your prospective clients will never find you. That is unless you take some very proactive steps to ensure that you are.

19 LinkedIn Ninja Tricks Experts Haven’t Taught You Yet [2016 Edition]

Have you ever wondered if you’re missing some of the functions on LinkedIn that may help you with your business?

It’s hard to keep up with all of the changes and functionality on social media sites. It’s something that my team and I do daily to make sure we stay up-to-date on all of the LinkedIn tips, tricks and changes.

In this article I am going to share some of the best kept secrets (old and new) that include extremely advanced search ninja tricks and much more.


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Consultants: The Importance of Being an Expert

​As a consultant, you’ll run into situations nearly daily where you are meeting new people who want to hear about what you do. I get questions regularly on topics that I consult on. Many times these conversations come up on the spot and out of a normal business environment.  So, what do you do when you’re approached, totally unprepared, and you have to talk about your business out of the blue? Do you know your business well enough that you can stop whatever you’re doing and come up with an intelligent informed conversation? As a consultant, this is a must.
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