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July 6: LinkedIn For Small Business
Recorded Webinar (online)
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About the event

Think LinkedIn is boring, formal, daunting or a necessary evil to market your business? Well, that’s no good! What would you rather do instead? Talk about what you are most excited about! The thing that made you go into business, right? Well guess what? That is all you have to do on LinkedIn to turn your network into ambassadors for your business.

You will learn:

  • Which parts of your profile are make or break when someone visits.
  • Some nifty features that are easily overlooked yet so powerful.
  • How to attract clients through LinkedIn regardless if THEY are on LinkedIn.
  • How to make LinkedIn a fun thing to do rather than another chore.
  • An easy way to keep an eye on those you want to engage with.

Prior to the webinar:

  • Who is your DREAM client? Not just any old client. If you could only serve 10 people, what would make you pick those 10?
  • Have 2-3 words ready that make YOUR client the dream.

Presenter: Petra Fisher

“Cranky old fuddy-duddy claims to know shitloads about LinkedIn. Says she can help global entrepreneurs attract clients”, is the first thing I read on Petra Fisher’s LinkedIn Profile. Global entrepreneurs who aren’t after any old client, but want the most fun, brilliant, motivated client, work with Petra. “Your LinkedIn Presence must filter out crap clients and attract the right people”, says Petra. PS Petra trained over 3500 entrepreneurs, leaders and other clever cookies and has no intention to stop.

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