Making Sales Social Live Episode # 44 – To Follow or Not to Follow (On LinkedIn)

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In this episode…

Our beloved hosts Brynne and Bob return to answer a question on the minds of sales professionals looking to leverage LinkedIn for their social selling goals — to follow or not to follow on LinkedIn?

Tune in and see them discuss the difference between a follower and a connection, and what perks and benefits come with each. They will also help you navigate through the process of setting up your profile to be in Follow or Creator Mode.

 

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Things you will learn in this episode:

* On LinkedIn, you can “follow” or “connect” with someone. When you “follow” them, it’s like following someone on Twitter or Instagram — you only receive their content. “Connecting” means you can message back and forth, see who’s in their network, and so on. A connection is a deeper relationship with someone while following a person is like watching them on a stage. — Bob Woods

* LinkedIn has a new feature and it’s an amazing one! In the search filters, you can choose “followers of” along with the industry, location, title, etc. This is a powerful way to identify people who follow an influencer who attracts your ideal audience. Simply start a conversation around other content that the influencer has shared and a natural rapport-building moment is born. — Brynne Tillman

 

To Follow or Not to Follow (On LinkedIn) CTT

 

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