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We teach individuals + businesses how to navigate + optimize LinkedIn for results.
We teach individuals + businesses how to navigate + optimize LinkedIn for results.

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New Blog Post: The Ultimate Value of Your 2nd-degree LinkedIn Connections - Are you having trouble finding new candidates and prospects? Do you need to re-invent your recruiting and sales pipelines? If so, you need to tap into your 2nd-degree LinkedIn connections. They’re a direct pathway to expand your reach and influence without breaking the bank, investing in a new tech stack that your team may find daunting. Identifying Centers of Influence (COI) is one of my favorite ways to uncover po...
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New Blog Post: How to Request a Recommendation on LinkedIn - One of the most powerful ways to bring credibility to your background and experience is through the recommendations of others. This has always been true for networking, letters of recommendations and referrals. The same is true of our LinkedIn profiles. If you haven’t yet been recommended on LinkedIn, you may want to create a strategy to build out your LinkedIn recommendations. In part 1 of this series, we’ll go over how to reques...
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New Blog Post: How to Find and Land High-Performers - In my last post on How Best to Recruit on LinkedIn, I focused on how difficult it is to find great talent. As I watched the final game of the 2018 NCAA Lacrosse game between Duke and Yale, it occurred to me that recruiters may want to dig in and do some scouting within the ranks of student-athlete roster. Whether Division I, II or III, or high-school athletes who opted out of college sports, this is a talent pool not be overlooked. Their...
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New Blog Post: How to Best Recruit on LinkedIn - The war for talent is real. In Vistage’s latest CEO Confidence Index, 64% of CEOs forecast that they will be hiring this year. Developing their existing workforce is the number one thing CEOs are doing to respond to their hiring challenges. These challenges are real and you need to stand out, or at least present well, to be noticed by candidates today. Although anecdotal, I ask the question about hiring all the time, and the response is the s...
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New Blog Post: Finally, A Better Way to Master LinkedIn is Here - If you’re a CEO, business owner, senior leader, marketer, recruiter, or sales professional trying to manage how you and your employees look on LinkedIn and leverage that presence, then you’re going to want to check out “in:side, Your LinkedIn Mastery Program.” Well, in fact, this post is for everyone. Learning new skills is daunting. Keeping up with all the new apps and digital platforms is overwhelming, expensive, and let’s ...
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New Blog Post: Add Hashtags and Get Better Results on LinkedIn - If your LinkedIn network is reasonably large my guess is your Home Page feed is noisy and potentially even meaningless to you. I get it. It makes me a bit crazy some days. It’s actually why I prefer Sales Navigator to LinkedIn.com (my Sales Navigator Home Page Feed is far less noisy, and in fact, only features content and posts from the people I have saved as a Lead or Account – way more dialed in). So, when I recently logged ...
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New Blog Post: Your Career is Waiting. Are you Prepared? - As graduation is upon us, we wanted to adapt a previous post and freshen it up a bit. The main points are timeless; the context is what needs some updating. If you’re a parent, share this with your kids. It’s probably everything you’ve said for the last ten or fifteen years. If you’re a student, graduate or someone looking to re-invent themselves, read on.   (Originally posted on June 12, 2014) We did it. Eight years, sixteen semest...
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New Blog Post: Coaches Help Catapult Your Results and Success - “I probably would not still be working this hard if it wasn’t for Sydney. Please let her know how much I appreciate her work.” I receive these types of follow-up messages quite frequently and am always grateful for our clients who take the time to share their appreciation and recognize a job well done. The part about not working as hard if it wasn’t for Sydney is important. Why? It speaks directly to the value and necessity of ...
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New Blog Post: 3 Reasons You Need to Use a Calendar Scheduling App - Scheduling calls and meetings takes a crazy amount of time that could be spent doing far more productive activities. If you want to make scheduling easier, choose one of the many calendar scheduling apps, set it up and give it a whirl. 98% of my calls and meetings are pre-scheduled and I know I save roughly five to six hours per week using a calendar scheduling tool. Even when I think someone may not like the process of cl...
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New Blog Post: A New and Improved Skills Section on LinkedIn - Long overdue, LinkedIn has updated their Skills Section and it’s worth checking out. In a recent LinkedIn blog post, LinkedIn Tips to Keep Your Profile Fresh, Charu Jangid shares the highlights of the new Skills Section. In today’s quickly changing workforce, staying on top of your skills and showing what you know matters more than ever. We’ve made some updates to how your skills are displayed so that you can showcase your stren...
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