Posted by enetwal on Dec 9, 2011
Discover How to Harness The Power Of LinkedIn For Your Business
It’s hard to keep up with all the social media sites out there.
Linked In is by far the more powerful vehicle, if you are in business. If on the other hand all you want to do is share photos and chit chat with friends, the winner is clearly Facebook.
Unfortunately, in my travels, I’ve discovered that while a lot of people have set up Linked In profiles, many are pretty confused about how to maximize the power of LinkedIn properly.
There are a lot of Linked In Books For Sale and I encourage you to grab a copy and study one or another. I particularly recommend Neal Schaffer’s work on the topic. But any of the top listings on Amazon are probably well worth reading.
But if your reading list is already too long, I have prepared a concise five part crash course on Linked In you can subscribe to for free.
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Posted by enetwal on Sep 13, 2010
If you spend more than 20 minutes a day on Facebook, Twitter and or linked In check this out. (free) social media blueprint
It’s part of a new social media promotion that’s currently underway. I have been promoting this to my list. The key point I want to get across today is that social media sites like Twitter, YouTube, Linkedin, FAcebook, etc are all powerful tools. Each and all of them probably belong in your daily routine.
The problem comes from spending too much time on them. I refer to it as the TIME Suck, and for a while I pretty much just didn’t go there. But that was a mistake.
I need to be there, and in all likelihood you do as well. The key is to develop a discipline that gets you there and then gets you away.
The best tool I had going for me in the past was Mike Paetzolds Twitter Time Saver which is still a great strategy to establish yourself as an expert in your niche. Well worth the small investment.
The social media blueprint teaches an approach designed for marketers who want to use the major social sites without wasting a ton of time. They say you can get it done in less that 17 minutes a day. I take longer, but then I have 9 twitter accounts which is why I like Mike’s product. But I now get it all done in about 1/2 hour a day.
Since the average person in the US spends 55 minutes a day, you can see that it is a real time saver. I recommend you check it out. And then adapt it to your own circumstances. For me, I still spend a little more time, but I’m pleased to say I am getting a lot more done in a lot less time these days.
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