LinkedIn Contacts Presentation with Viveka von Rosen and Miles Austin

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This presentatiopn was made on a webinar on May 7, 2013. The video replay of the webinar is available at www.fillthefunnel.com/linkedin-contacts-webinar/

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  • LinkedIn Contacts brings together all your address books, emails, and calendars, and keeps them up to date in one place. From these sources, we’ll automatically pull in the details of your past conversations and meetings, and bring these details directly onto your contact’s profile.” SachinReckhi
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  • Gmail, Google Contacts, Google Calendar; Google Apps Mail, Contacts and Calendar; Yahoo! Mail, Contacts and Calendar; Outlook Mail, Contacts and Calendar; iPhone Address Book (via the LinkedIn Contacts app); LinkedIn’s CardMunch service; Evernote and TripIt.
  • Gmail, Google Contacts, Google Calendar; Google Apps Mail, Contacts and Calendar; Yahoo! Mail, Contacts and Calendar; Outlook Mail, Contacts and Calendar; iPhone Address Book (via the LinkedIn Contacts app); LinkedIn’s CardMunch service; Evernote and TripIt.
  • Gmail, Google Contacts, Google Calendar; Google Apps Mail, Contacts and Calendar; Yahoo! Mail, Contacts and Calendar; Outlook Mail, Contacts and Calendar; iPhone Address Book (via the LinkedIn Contacts app); LinkedIn’s CardMunch service; Evernote and TripIt.
  • Gmail, Google Contacts, Google Calendar; Google Apps Mail, Contacts and Calendar; Yahoo! Mail, Contacts and Calendar; Outlook Mail, Contacts and Calendar; iPhone Address Book (via the LinkedIn Contacts app); LinkedIn’s CardMunch service; Evernote and TripIt.
  • Gmail, Google Contacts, Google Calendar; Google Apps Mail, Contacts and Calendar; Yahoo! Mail, Contacts and Calendar; Outlook Mail, Contacts and Calendar; iPhone Address Book (via the LinkedIn Contacts app); LinkedIn’s CardMunch service; Evernote and TripIt.
  • Miles and Viv – Live demo
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  • Miles By turning this feature on, LinkedIn imports your iPhone’s address book to LinkedIn’s servers including detailed contact information for5 all your contacts. LinkedIn will then use this information to suggest relevant connections for you and also to help you browse, search, and organize your contacts on LinkedIn.
  • Miles Once selected, your LinkedIn Connections will be added to your iPhone Address book for future and easy access. No more copy and pasting from your contact list and into LinkedIn to have all the important info handy.
  • Miles – This feature accesses your phones calendar and sends information (like attendee emails and meeting time and place) to LinkedIn’s servers to match meeting attendees with LinkedIn profiles. It DOES NOT send your calendar notes field to LinkedIn. No more cut and paste operations to get the latest information on the people you are going to meet with. It is now all one click of your finger away at any time.
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  • Miles & VivAdvanced LinkedIn Tactics & StrategiesJune 4th at 9:00 am PDT / Noon EDTRegistration LinkReplay, Slides and Checklist
  • LinkedIn Contacts Presentation with Viveka von Rosen and Miles Austin

    1. 1. LinkedIn Contacts: The Next (R)evolutionProduced by:
    2. 2. Your PresentersViveka von Rosen@LinkedInExpertMiles Austin@milesaustin
    3. 3. LinkedIn Contacts• Why LinkedIn’s New Contacts Feature is Such aBig Deal• How to Prepare for Contacts Before it Arrives inYour LinkedIn Profile• What it Can Do For You• How to Optimally Use It to Build Your Businessand Stay Top of Mind• LinkedIn Mobile
    4. 4. Why It’s a Big Deal• LinkedIn’s “Personal Assistant”
    5. 5. Why It’s a Big Deal• CRM (ish)
    6. 6. Why It’s a Big Deal• If You Suck at Follow Up…
    7. 7. Why It’s a Big Deal• Strategic Networks (Tagging)
    8. 8. Why It’s a Big Deal• Giant Networks (Lost Touch/ Recent Activity)
    9. 9. Why It’s a Big Deal• We can REMOVE connections again!
    10. 10. Getting Prepared• Contacts can pull info from:– Outlook• Email• Calendar• Contacts– Gmail– vCards– iPhone– Yahoo– CSV contact lists
    11. 11. Getting Prepared• Export your Contacts into a .csv file• Review your iPhone contacts for dupes• Know your Outlook Web Access info• Review all contact lists for dupes/accuracy• Have your login information for apps such as:– Tripit– CardMunch– Evernote
    12. 12. Getting PreparedDo these things now andkeep handy so that whenContacts goes live in yourProfile you will be ready.
    13. 13. Downsides Before You Cross Over• The Alphabetical listing is by first name only• You lose the ability to send a message toTagged groups (even those who have less than50 members)• If you are a super connector, the mobile appdoesn’t work• If you are a super connector, the mergefeature doesn’t work
    14. 14. Getting Started
    15. 15. Getting Started
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    20. 20. Getting Started
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    22. 22. Getting Started
    23. 23. What It Can Do For You• Increase the return on your time investment(ROTI+)
    24. 24. What It Can Do For You• Optimize friendships into businessopportunities (but don’t be gross)
    25. 25. What It Can Do For You• Integrate all yourcontacts into one“dashboard”
    26. 26. What It Can Do For You• NO Twitter and NO Facebook Updates – Noworries 
    27. 27. What It Can Do For You• You choose who gets connected to LinkedInand who stays hidden
    28. 28. Stay Top of Mind• Announcements• Recent Conversations• Communications Archiving• Tagging and Messaging
    29. 29. Combine Contacts and Calendars• Combine and manage all your address books,email contacts and calendars from withinLinkedIn
    30. 30. Sorting your Network• All Contacts (This is based on selections you made in ContactsSettings)• Your Day• Connections (This is your LinkedIn Connections)• Saved• Companies• Titles• Locations• Sources• Potential Merges• Hidden
    31. 31. Sorting Tools to Keep In Touch• Recent conversation• Newly added• Alphabetical• Company• Location• Lost touch
    32. 32. Use Contact’s Profile as Mini-CRM• View recentconversations,meeting and notesright on yourcontact’s profile
    33. 33. Tagging and Messaging• Sort your 1st level connections AND LinkedInnetwork with tags• Choose the method you want to message yourconnections
    34. 34. Announcements• Use the new “announcements” feature to stay ontop of job changes, birthdays, trips and yourcalendar
    35. 35. Mobile App• Manage Contacts from your iPhone with newIPhone app (Android coming soon)
    36. 36. LinkedIn Mobile
    37. 37. LinkedIn Mobile
    38. 38. LinkedIn Mobile
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    40. 40. Next Steps• Advanced LinkedIn Tactics & Strategies• June 4th at 9:00 am PDT / Noon EDT• Registration Link coming• Replay, Slides & more goodies coming to you• Attend #LinkedInChat each Tuesday evening– www.linkedintobusiness.com/linkedinchats

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