Writing LinkedIn profiles isn’t just something I used to do as part of my CV writing work, social media is also my VA niche and I have spent a huge amount of time on LinkedIn assessing profiles and groups for social media marketer clients. LinkedIn is a big subject, but today I’d like to show you how to effectively connect and start conversations with other members.
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An “elevator pitch” is how you would deliver a summary of your product, business or service to someone during a short elevator ride. It’s not a sales pitch, it’s a concise explanation of who you are, what you do, who you do it for and why someone might want this. It’s useful to have an elevator pitch when networking, so let me show you how to write one.
Twitter was completely invaluable when it came to setting up my business. I used to dash home from work, sit on my bed and spend hours soaking up information. Twitter took me to places I never knew existed and I even got work from it. It’s a slow burner so don’t expect results straight away, but if you’re going to ‘do Twitter’, you should definitely do it right!
Virtual Assistants often feel apprehensive about attending networking events but, as many VAs say it’s their most successful way of landing clients and because you’re going to have to do it anyway, it (literally) pays to be good at it. Talking to a room full of strangers may sound daunting, but with my advice, you’ll be a networking superstar in no time.