The goal of a LinkedIn business development program (or social selling, if you want to call it that) is to drive conversations with ideal prospects who ultimately turn into new clients or customers. From prospect identification and initial outreach to closing the sale, there are a number of places where these efforts can go off the rails; and if you’re not paying attention you won’t know how to fix it. You may not even know it’s happening.Read More
Author: Susan Tatum
Posted by Susan Tatum | Jun 3, 2019 |
You are not imagining it. With every month that goes by, it gets harder to connect with your ideal prospects on LinkedIn. Strategies and tactics that worked beautifully last year seem to go nowhere now. Business owners new to using LinkedIn as a business development tool are finding the so-called best practices don’t get you many conversations with qualified prospects.Read More
Posted by Susan Tatum | May 20, 2019 |
Success! First Name Email YES! I want to be in the know. 5 Signs Your LinkedIn Program is Probably...Read More
Posted by Susan Tatum | Feb 17, 2019 |
The world is full of companies that might be interested in hiring you but only a select set are...Read More
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