Now that we live in the digital age, we are exposed to social media every single day. Why? Because social media allows us to communicate and share content
quickly, efficiently, and in real-time. When you take a look from a marketing perspective within a business, no matter how big or how small, social
media has become a necessary marketing channel that all companies need to tap into at some capacity to be successful. Moreover, if you have a stellar
social media strategy, great things will come from it, and you will see the results firsthand.
That sounds easy and doabl...
LinkedIn has become a vital social media tool for brands and businesses. Your customers and prospective customers are on LinkedIn. Your investors and key
stakeholders are on LinkedIn. Your employees and potential employees are on LinkedIn. With that, reputation management has become a crucial part of
many businesses’ LinkedIn strategy.
Why is it important to grow your online reputation and brand on LinkedIn?
According to Hootsuite, as the top-rated social network for lead generation, LinkedIn has become one of the most important social media platforms to invest in.
When it comes to data and numbers, conventional wisdom tells us to be weary of small sample sizes. For good reason; if you launch a digital marketing campaign
and happen to convert a website visitor into a customer on the first day, you can’t realistically expect to convert every person who visits your website.
It’s just common sense.
However, the difference between a sample size that’s irrelevant and one that actually large enough to be valuable is, ironically, quite small. We recently
saw exactly this in a social media campaign we’re running for a client, and it opened our eye...
A couple of statistics that LinkedIn shared in a recent blog post reflects its growing popularity in the B2B community. 80% of B2B leads come from LinkedIn,
46% percent of social media traffic coming to B2B company sites is from the same platform, and an overwhelming 79% of B2B marketers say LinkedIn is
an effective source for generating leads! In other words, if you operate in the B2B world, there’s no way you can stay oblivious to the growing prowess
of this social media platform.
LinkedIn, along with other popular social media platforms have changed the way the business worl...
Find out the best time to post on Social Media and get the best engagement from your community.
When are your contacts most available to read your posts and engage with your content? Some statistics show that the best time to post depends on the Social
Best time: Weekdays 06h:00 - 08h:00 and 14h:00-17h:00
Worst time: on week-ends and between 22h:00 - 04h:00
Best time: Weekends 13h:00 - 15h:00
Worst time: 20h:00 - 08h:00
Best time: 09h:00 - 11h:00
Worst time: 18h:00 - 07h:00
Best time: 07h:00 - 08h:30 an...
LinkedIn can be a powerful lead gen tool for B2B marketers. Some of the key points from the graphic are:
The vast majority (86%) of lead conversions on LinkedIn originate from discussion posts.
1/3 of these posts end with question marks, you could use the 'LindekIn Answers' as a valuable tactic for lead generation by answering questions and
appear as the expert!
The average length of the posts that convert is 248 characters, so be concise and professional.
LinkedIn leads the way with 80% of all B2B social media conversions.
Here’s the full infographic:
7 Powerful Steps To Leverage Linkedin in 2014
Over the past few years, Linkedin has really separated itself from other Social Media Networks such as Twitter and Facebook. Its current user base exceeds 259 Million and with over 2.1 Million interest groups within Li...
LinkeIn officially launched on May 5, 2003. At the end of the first month in operation, LinkedIn had a total of 4,500 members in the network.
LinkedIn is currently available in twenty languages. The company has more than 4,200 full-time employees with offices in 26 cities around the world.
Global LinkedIn membership
The network couts today 238 Mio members, only 35% are located in the US.
Regional LinkeIn membership
42M+ Asia and the Pacific
8M+ Southeast Asia
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80% of all jobs are landed because of networking. But there are only so many networking lunches and coffees in Cyprus that you can attend.
We thought sharing some alternative ideas on how to use LinkedIn to find a job. LinkedIn
is an exceptional social networking tool for salespeople, but it can also be a terrific tool to use if you’re looking for your next job.
You can hit the 'JOB' button on the top menu and all jobs in your network are listed. But this approach remains rather untargeted.
One of the best ways to use LinkedIn to find a job is to use your college affiliation. Many p...
Just when you thought you had your social media strategy and web presence under control, yet another social networking site is becoming mainstream. Seven months ago it was Google+, now it’s Pinterest and it is gaining momentum in popularity as well as relevance in organic search.
Pinterest is a social photo sharing website that has also been described as an online pin board. Its more than 10 million registered users, over 2 million of whom log in every day
, “pin” photos, graphics, and videos into categories they create based on their own personal interests. Pinterest users also sh...
This is an easy way to have your Linkedin profile displayed on a separate TAB on your facebook fan page.
Separate your face-book profile (personal) from your fan page (business).
How to add this your LinkedIn public profile to your Facebook page (as opposed to your user profile):
1 - Make sure you are logged in as ADMINISTRATOR to your Facebook page
2 - Go to : http://www.facebook.com/apps/application.php?v=wall&ref=appd&id=6394109615
3 - Click ADD TO MY PAGE (top left) and then select the page you want to add it to if you maintain several facebook pages) and click...