LinkedIn Can Be Confusing
It’s a place to put my resume, right?
What’s the point of updating my profile?
Should I post content to LinkedIn or my website?
What is the point of having a LinkedIn account?
Isn’t LinkedIn just for recruiters and job seekers?
I connected with someone, now what?
Do any of these sound familiar? If so, you’re not alone.
LinkedIn is Not a Place to Post Your Resume
Do you remember how you felt after you created your LinkedIn profile? My guess is you probably said to yourself, “OK. Now what?” If so, you’re not alone.
Linkedin is still viewed by many as Facebook for business people. It’s a place to post your resume, and to connect with current and past colleagues. Outside of that, people are left wondering, “what’s the point?”
I understand this sentiment, however, having spent the last few years working with LinkedIn experts, and writing profiles for companies and individuals, I have seen the results of a good LinkedIn strategy. The key is to use it as a networking platform to connect, engage, and build relationships.
When used correctly, you’ll be able to create a predictable pipeline of leads and prospects. I believe everyone should know how to leverage the benefits of the LinkedIn platform, which is why I created LinkedIn Made Simple.
Introducing LinkedIn Made Simple
The only step-by-step course that gives you the structure and clarity you need to conquer LinkedIn
1 - Define Audience
Define your ideal customer persona, so you’ll know how and where to reach them.
2 - Develop Brand Message
Use a proven story-based framework to create a message that will attract and resonate.
3 - Craft Pitch
Develop a pitch that draws potential clients in and compels them to act.
4 - Create Profile
Translate your story to your profile so it is customer-facing.
5 - Build Company Page
Set up your company page. BTW – company pages aren’t just for businesses.
6 - Search Prospects
We cover LinkedIn basic and advanced searches and take a look at Sales Navigator.
7 - Send Messages
Complete messaging funnel frameworks to start conversations with prospects.
8 - Post Content
Attract your audience with targeted content that hits the mark every time.
9 - Leverage Channels
Leverage LinkedIn’s various channels with your content so you reach more people.
After you complete the course, you’ll have a profile and a strategy to attract your ideal audience.
What is LinkedIn Made Simple?
You CAN Conquer LinkedIn
Discover the secrets about how to capture more views from your ideal audience and start building your LinkedIn pipeline.
Learn how to use LinkedIn to connect with your ideal audience.
Use a proven strategy to develop rapport with prospects.
Engage with potential clients and compel them to take action.
LinkedIn Made Simple
An Online Program
24/7 Online Access
Access to future updates
Unlimited access to all videos
Over 50+ videos
Here’s What You’ll Learn After You Enroll
A complete LinkedIn playbook to capture more leads and views
An optimized profile to attract your audience
Worksheets and frameworks for every step
Guided training sessions – You’re not alone!
50+ step-by-step how-to videos (and growing)
Access to a group of like-minded high-achievers
LinkedIn Profile Keywords
LinkedIn Profile Background
LinkedIn Profile Visibility
LinkedIn Profile Vanity URL
LinkedIn Experience Messaging
LinkedIn About Section
LinkedIn Company Pages
LinkedIn Advanced Search
LinkedIn Search Filters
LinkedIn Boolean Search
LinkedIn Sales Navigator
LinkedIn Privacy Settings
And Many More….
People Conquering LinkedIn
Common Questions Answered
What's included in the course?
There are over 50 videos (and growing) covering all aspects of LinkedIn from establishing goals to updating your profile to proper search techniques and how to script for messaging within LinkedIn.
Why a private Facebook group?
I have a love, hate relationship with Facebook, but the truth is, FB does groups the right way.
The FB group gives you the opportunity to communicate and collaborate with others in the course, which will help us all learn from each other. Also, by using FB you can ask me direct questions in the group or via Messenger.
Why not a LinkedIn Group?
I’d love to do this with a LinkedIn group but currently, they are not nearly as robust and Facebook provides the best solution.
Is there a money-back guarantee?
Yes and No. Once you pay for the course, you have access to everything. To prevent people from purchasing the course, copying everything then asking for a refund (which happens) the short answer is no.
However, if within the first 30-days after purchase you are not satisfied, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can schedule a time to chat.
During our discussion, we’ll review your progress in the course, see where you may be struggling and how I can help get you unstuck. If after that meeting we decide it’s best, I’ll issue a refund.
After 30-days, no refund will be given for any reason.