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.
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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
People do get pretty hung up about the number of followers they have.
And sure, if you’re new on your social media channel, increasing your follower count so you move from the few hundred followers into the few thousand followers, and then beyond, you will definitely see a difference in the number of likes, shares, comments, and clicks you get.
We started working with our amazing clients Revolution last year and recently launched their fantastic new website. And throughout the months we worked together with them, to this day, we looked forward to our meetings with them as they are loud, enthusiastic and passionate – ideal clients. They appreciate us so much they applauded at the end of every meeting!