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If you want to build your company's brand, it makes sense for your company to be where your customers are, right? …

If you want to build your company's brand, it makes sense for your company to be where your customers are, right?

So if your customers are on Linkedin, a Company Page is a great way to engage potential customers and enhance the like-ability of your brand.

Here are some quick tips for creating a super-successful Company Page and building your follower base.

For more information on how you can get more leads from Linkedin in 3 easy steps, contact Tom Mallens on www.Linkedin.com/in/tommallens, tom@tommallens.com, +44 (0)1926 678 920 or follow me on Twitter at @TomMallens.

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  • 1. How  to  create  a  super  successful   Linkedin  Company  Page  quickly         If  you  want  to  maximise  your  company’s  brand,  you’ll  want  to     make  sure  your  company  is  where  your  customers  are,  right?     3. Setting up a Linkedin Company Page is quick and easy but most companies make some simple mistakes that prevent results. First, think about the keywords you include in your company description. These should be the same keywords you use in your website to optimize SEO.   5.Make  sure  you  use  high-­‐quality  images  and  logos.     6.  Encourage  people  to  follow  your   page  with  a  call  to  action  (and  a   benefit)  on  all  your  offline  and   online  marketing  material.     7.  Make  sure  your  updates  have  personality  –  if  they’re  boring,  no-­‐one  will   respond.  YouTube  videos  are  great  to  give  this  personal  touch!       Add  ‘Follow’  buttons  to  your  website,  so  visitors  can  keep  in  touch  via   Linkedin  –  just  go  to  the  developer.linkedin.com  to  get  the  code  –   which  you,  or  your  IT   department,  can  easily  add  to   your  website.     9.  Respond   and  interact   with  people   when  they   like,  share  or   comment!   1.   2. 4 . 8.   Helping  you  get  more  leads  from  Linkedin  in  3  easy  steps   W:  tommallens.com   E:  tom@tommallens.com   T:  01926  678  920                      M:  07917  005  938                      @TomMallens   So  if  your  customers  are  on   Linkedin,  a  Company  Page  is  a   great  way  to  build  your  brand.