Norma Foster helps busy professionals get inspired by LinkedIn and will be sharing her experiences and tips on how to:
• Solve your business development challenges
• Generate enough high-quality leads
• Attract bigger and better clients
• Get leads to convert more quickly
• Never worry about your marketing taking up too much time
Norma has been an avid user of LinkedIn since 2006 and has worked with hundreds of businesses to help them use LinkedIn more effectively as a key part of their business development.
In this session at the North East BIC, Norma will show you how to:
Sharpen up your LinkedIn profile to make a great first impression
Profile and target your most important “A-List” clients
Differentiate yourself from the competition and define your niche
Optimise your profile for maximum visibility in LinkedIn and global search engines
Capitalise on all this good stuff and start to increase quality connections
Use advanced search techniques to tap into a regular supply of prequalified leads
Easily post regular and popular content to increase your networks and reputation
Not only that, we will also be looking at recent LinkedIn developments including LinkedIn Video, LinkedIn hashtags and what’s on the LinkedIn App that is not on the web version.
Who should attend? Anyone that wants to:
Win more business from across the world using LinkedIn
Increase their profile and reputation
Be more targeted about reaching out to the right target audience
Save time and money on tools and tactics that simply don’t work
Plan a 12-minute a day approach to do just enough for good results
Registration is from 8:00 am to 8:30 am with teas, coffee and face to face networking to get us all warmed up!
Workshop starts at 8:30 am prompt and will finish at 11.00 am.
You will have the opportunity for more networking and a personal discussion with Norma after the event.
We’ve already seen the difference our Go-To Expert LinkedIn masterclass has made to our business, and the great results that our clients are achieving through using the system.