LinkedIn: Step It Up
“Do you like doing business with people with money? I like doing business with people with money.”
The fact that LinkedIn’s 100 million members have an average household income of $110,000 isn’t the only reason to have a presence on the site. (Though that doesn’t hurt does it?)
Want to know what else awesome about LinkedIn besides the fantastically large, affluent audience?
Now like any social media channel, it gets more complicated the more you do but you don’t have to be a rocket scientist to nail the basics.
For example, back in June, I suggested four things you could do to your LinkedIn company page right then and there. And if you haven’t done those things yet, go do them now. This blog post will still be here when you are finished.
If you’ve covered the basics, you may be thinking there’s even more you could do. And you’d be right! There is!
Here’s five things you can do to your organization’s LinkedIn page fairly quickly.
LinkedIn is growing rapidly and with each change becoming a more important resource for professionals and organizations. By keeping up with what’s current now, you’ll be ready for the updates of tomorrow.
And trust me, your org wants to be ready for what’s in the works…
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