This is a guest post by Michael Strelitz from Datasafe – who has lots and lots of knowledge and expertise in data protection, IT support and business continuity.
Insight, advice, news and chit chat
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I constantly go on about the basic things can do even if you are on the free version of LinkedIn – ie not the upgraded “pro” version.
Even on the free version, your basic criteria should be:
It’s tricky to write advice about pricing as every business is different – and within each business type across the competition, the benchmarks vary wildly! But I do have a few tips – even though we at TLD are:
A contact of mine, Jason Cobine, recently had 30th anniversary for his broking insurance so he knows a fair amount about managing risk.
Some people have great experiences with interns in their business, and others don’t. I am happy to say I have had lots of great experiences. Over the years, we have had between 2-7 interns per year come through our doors, year on year.
Some find the concept of processes boring and shy away from them. While I too get this feeling sometimes, I am process oriented, and I naturally think about ways to improve efficiency.
Recently I’ve been doing more video content for TLD as a personal challenge. And I’ve tried, with a couple of them, to go beyond Instagram and Instagram stories, and post the videos onto LinkedIn.
I am not by nature a shy person, which I am very grateful for. I am happy meeting new people, I do lots of public speaking, and I am fine with chatting on the phone following up “warm leads” and