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  1. 1. LinkedIn Workbook Step by Step GuideLinkedIn Workbook – WSI Marketing en Internet 2
  2. 2. LinkedIn Workbook WSI B2B Marketing 843-559-0753Creating Your Perfect Profile “LinkedIn is a place where Relationships Matter” This is LinkedIn’s slogan. The Social Media LinkedIn’s goal “is to help you be more effective in your daily work and open doors to Sales revolution opportunities using the professional relationships you already have” The way we communicate LinkedIn is not “social” in the sense of personal, non-work related information. It has changed – and your really is a huge database that you can strategically search through to identify people sales tactics also need to and organizations that you want to sell to, create alliances with, hire, refer business change if you want to stay to, network with and add value to as a professional. in the game. Goals In a short space of time Social Media has become By following this workbook and using the LinkedIn Learning Center, you will learn the most important the following: platform for initiating and  Establish credibility and start building your personal brand maintaining communication with  Develop an understanding of how to leverage LinkedIn in your business customers.  Have the confidence to become more effective using LinkedIn Get ready to overhaul  Get a “jump-start” by completing your worksheets and experiment with your your sales approach by own searches for new contacts, groups, and companies using LinkedIn to find and  Build a network of both quality and quantity contacts to increase your likelihood sell to new customers. of getting connected to people and companies you could do business with  Turn your LinkedIn profile into a self-service repository of your company’s sales content  Market your business on LinkedIn Who should use these guidelines? This workbook is ideal for professionals across all industries and does not require technical knowledge. 1. Sales Managers and their teams 2. Marketing Managers 3. C-Level Executives 4. Senior Management 5. Middle ManagementLinkedIn Workbook – WSI Marketing en Internet 3
  3. 3. Workbook LayoutThis workbook is going to lead you through these basic steps to get you going professionally on LinkedIn.1. Profile quick definitions so you know where you are headed2. Background information that you will use later in setting up your profile and then searching for new contacts to add to your network3. Creating your Profile4. Conducting and Qualifying Searches5. Making Contact6. Advice for using LinkedIn in 20 Minutes Per DayThis workbook is designed to augment the excellent help that LinkedIn provides in their Learning Center at We recommend you use the Learning Center for even more detailed instructions on some of the topics covered here.LinkedIn Workbook – WSI Marketing en Internet 4
  4. 4. LinkedIn Profile Summaryand Definitions.ddddSe  A 100% complete profile appears significantly more often in the search results. LinkedIn® tells you exactly what you still need to do if your profile is not 100% complete.  PHOTO – Use a quality, business photo that clearly shows your face. Use at least 80x80 pixels.  HEADLINE – Think like your customer: “What is my target audience looking for?” Product, service, specialty, etc.) Use interesting, keywords to formulate a catchy slogan that will make you ‘Top of Mind’.  SUMMARY – Don’t use your summary to describe your company. Ask yourself: “What makes me tick? Why do I do what I am doing?” Write about that first. Just make sure to keep it professional!  SPECIALTIES – Make a list of all your specialties, use bullet points like ♦ ◆ ✔ ➡ ▶ to emphasize your specialties even more.  EXPERIENCE – Enter every single position you held after secondary school, even student jobs  RECOMMENDATIONS – You will need a minimum of 3 recommendations in order to get a 100% complete profile. Ask previous managers and happy clients. Ask them to write WHAT you did together and HOW your input made a positive difference. GIVE recommendations; this gives you exposure to the whole network of the receiver.  WEBSITES – Always try to list three websites and choose ‘Other’ instead of ‘Company Website’. If you don’t have three websites, use relevant pages within your site or to an important project you worked on.  TWITTER – Are you on twitter? Add your twitter account and choose the option “Share only tweets that contain #in” this prevents you from cluttering your connections homepage  PUBLIC PROFILE URL – Change this to your own name, Google finds you more quickly and you can use the URL in your email signature. Called a vanity URL.  GROUPS – Join at least 10 LinkedIn® groups: five groups where you share knowledge with people in your industry and five where your prospective clients are found. Play active role in-group discussions and show your expertise.LinkedIn Workbook – WSI Marketing en Internet 5
  5. 5. Goals WorksheetName:ddddSe Overview In this exercise you will complete your business and personal goals, giving thought to whom you would like to do business with. This will be useful background information as you write more on your profile and start building your network of contacts. With whom do you want to do business with? Industries 1. 2. 3. Job Titles 1. 2. 3. Company Size (Approx. number of employees): 1. 2. 3. Names of specific companies (If known): 1. 2. 3.LinkedIn Workbook – WSI Marketing en Internet 6
  6. 6. Events What types of business events do you host throughout the year? Incl. Webinars. 1. 2. 3. What types of business events to you plan to attend in the next year? 1. 2. 3.LinkedIn Workbook – WSI Marketing en Internet 7
  7. 7. Areas of Interest – LinkedIn Groups Which business topics interest you most (sales, marketing, events, management, exec)? Groups to which your clients & strategic business partners are likely to belong: Charitable or non-profits groups that interest you or to which you belong: Name a few hobbies and interests (golf, real estate, fishing, etc.): Which college(s) did you attend? (Alumni groups are on LinkedIn) Do you blog or have plans to start one? If so, which blog topics? Does your job responsibility include hiring of business professionals, finding qualified reps, vendors, forming strategic partnerships, fundraising, etc?LinkedIn Workbook – WSI Marketing en Internet 8
  8. 8. Keyword Optimize.ddddSeKeyword listThe right keywords in your profile are the main basis as to whether you will win the “being found” part of the LinkedInbusiness objectives.  Keyword brainstorm   Check your keyword density here  Headline (Extra points from LinkedIn search rankings)  Summary Places where you should  Specialties include your target  Experience: Job titles (Extra points from LinkedIn search keywords rankings)  Experience: Description of jobs  Recommendations Be sure to think of different words that people may use to describe the same thing, like attorney & lawyer, legal & law, editor & proofreader, teacher & instructor. Titles you’ve held Products you sell Services you provide Brand names you sell Job responsibilities you’ve had Certification & degrees Names of software you know how to use Countries you serve Book titles / articles you’ve written Present & past employers names Associations you belong to Hobbies & activitiesLinkedIn Workbook – WSI Marketing en Internet 9
  9. 9. Creating My Profile.ddddS Professional headline and photo headshot Brainstorm Mini Statements for your headline:  Rough Draft #1 –  Rough Draft #2 –  Final Version –LinkedIn Workbook – WSI Marketing en Internet 10
  10. 10. Creating My Profile.ddddSe Models that Work Well:  Value Proposition or Solution / Trust / Credibility / Title & Company  Title & Company / Credibility / Value Proposition or Solution / Trust  Value Statement or specific call to Action Examples:  Marketing Director at (Company Name) New Business Solutions  8 Million Books sold / Authority of Creating Business Leads/ Sales Trainer / CEO / Excellence Enterprises  M&A IT Strategist / Fortune 500 Program Manager / Strategic Planning / PMO / President & COO at Excellence Enterprises Location, Industry (select from list of 150 or so): Website links (include up to three):  Ex. Company Website, Blog, Twitter, Portfolio, Recent Press, etc.LinkedIn Workbook – WSI Marketing en Internet 11
  11. 11. Creating My Profile.ddddSe Summary of professional experience, goals and areas of specialization: First Paragraph: Communicate quickly and clearly the type of opportunities you are seeking. Second Paragraph: Highlight 3 or 4 key career accomplishments that demonstrate your qualifications. [Dont use bullet points. Make it a friendly narrative.] Third Paragraph: Answer the question: How are you UNIQUE? How are you DIFFERENT? ADD “for more info” line SPECIALTIES: Include ALL the keyword phrases you think people might use to search for someone who does what you do.LinkedIn Workbook – WSI Marketing en Internet 12
  12. 12. Creating My Profile.ddddSe Twitter  Books you want to read, are reading, have read and comments on each.  Control profile updates using #IN Slide Share Presentations (optional application):  Integrate PowerPoint, YouTube Videos, PDFs, Photography (converted to PDF) Reading list by Amazon (optional application):  Books you want to read, are reading, have read and comments on each. Events (optional):  Events you plan to host or attend. Blog Sync:  Recent entries to your blog are automatically published within your LinkedIn profile.LinkedIn Workbook – WSI Marketing en Internet 13
  13. 13. Creating My Profile.ddddSe Position (title, time period, and description): Write 3 positions.  Current and prior positions. Education (school, degree, dates, activities): People for whom youd like to write a thoughtful recommendation: Create a free company profile (if needed, already complete for most companies)  Click "Company" in LinkedIns top navigation.  Click "Add a Company" in the blue header bar.  Follow on-screen instructions.LinkedIn Workbook – WSI Marketing en Internet 14
  14. 14. Conducting & QualifyingSearches.ddddSe Overview In this exercise you will learn how to do company, people, events and group searches Qualify by Company search:  Click "Company" in LinkedIns top navigation.  Click "Search Companies" on dropdown menu  Click on “Search Companies” tab  Enter filtering criteria and press the "Search Companies" button. Tips for Searching Company Profile pages:  New Hires/Recent Promotions: a change in decision-making = new supplier opportunity.  Career path can provide suggestions about other companies to consider in your search.  Key Statistics - Size, website, contact info, job title groupings to see all, etc. Search People:  Verify or select "People" in LinkedIns top navigation search box (right side of top navigation)  Click on “Advanced”  Enter filtering criteria and press the "Search" button.
  If you join max 50 groups, select all groups. Shared group member emails are free.  Sort by relationship: sort order is typically 1st degree, 2nd degree, group, 3rd +  Only titles, not names of members further than 3rd degree are shown.  My network only: 1st (free) & 2nd degree, and group (free) connections.  2nd degree connections, if not in a shared group, require an introduction or paid email.  Use common alternatives such as "CEO" vs. "Chief Executive Officer"LinkedIn Workbook – WSI Marketing en Internet 15
  15. 15. Conducting & QualifyingSearches.ddddSe Search Other:  Click "Company" in LinkedIns top navigation. Search Events (Add the app under “More” and then “Get More Applications”. Then it’s a box on the right side of your home page)  Search by keyword, date range, location and type.  Add event, attend, and research attendees. Search Groups:  Search by keyword, category and language.  Join up to 50 groups, discuss, submit news, jobs, view members, leave group. Search Connections:  Import contacts, find colleagues and classmates.  Invite to connect, add a personal note to invitation, remove connections.LinkedIn Workbook – WSI Marketing en Internet 16
  16. 16. Making Contact.ddddSe Overview In this exercise you will learn how to make contact with others. Messages are sent through the LinkedIn system and forwarded to the recipients personal email account. Messages are also stored within the recipients LinkedIn account until they choose to "Archive" the email. Sending LinkedIn Email messages:  See “Connect” button in upper right column of anothers profile. 1st Degree Connections and Shared Group members  "Send a Message" email = free. You are directly connected or share a group. Join 50 groups. "Recommend this person" is shown.  Recommend others to encourage reciprocation. Be thoughtful and make powerful introductions. 2nd and 3rd Degree Connections:  "Send InMail" - join a common group (free email), get introduced, or use paid subscription. Paid Subscriptions: Send 3 InMails/mo for $24.95/mo, 10 InMails/mo for $49.95/mo, etc. (not recommended in most situations)  "Get introduced through a connection:  2nd degree: a direct connection of yours knows this person.  3rd degree: your connection(s) can introduce you to someone who knows this person. 4th+ Degree Connections:  "Send InMail" is shown, join a common group or use paid subscription  Name of individual is not displayed, but the persons title is included.LinkedIn Workbook – WSI Marketing en Internet 17
  17. 17. Making Contact.ddddSe Other options: Add [name of individual] to your network  Approval by recipient will make them a direct 1st degree connection.  Too much disapproval can jeopardize your account (free and paid accounts).  Only recommended when you know or have met this person. Forward this profile to a connection Search for references (for hiring purposes)  Find potential references in your network who have worked with this person.  Post a job for $195 per 30-day posting. Auto match and display to qualified candidates.LinkedIn Workbook – WSI Marketing en Internet 18
  18. 18. LinkedIn 20 minutes a day.ddddSe Your daily routine: To get the best out of LinkedIn we suggest that you use it everyday to keep updated on your network of relationships and what they are up to. Home Screen LinkedIn opens your Home Screen each time you login. Inbox LinkedIn Inbox The five most recent unread Inbox emails are presented here. Network Updates What are you working on now? [up to 140 characters] What has your attention? Share news. Setup acct to shorten/track links.  Seen by all LinkedIn users when they view your profile.  Appears on home page of your connections and in their weekly LinkedIn updates email. Activities within your network that are shown.  New connections in your network  When connections update their profile  Questions and Answers posted by your connections  Jobs posted by your connections  Events your connections are interested in or attending  Polls from your connections  Groups your connections have joined  Group discussions started.  When connections modify or add a company profile.LinkedIn Workbook – WSI Marketing en Internet 19
  19. 19. LinkedIn 20 minutes a day.ddddSe Home Screen Just joined LinkedIn Provides a link to past colleagues who have just joined who you might know. [Your home screens right column] People you may know LinkedIns algorithms provide suggestions on who you may know Click "see more" for option to import mail contacts, find colleagues and classmates. Advertisements Ads placed by LinkedIn members (Direct Ads) OR major advertiser display ads. Ads placed by members can target by up to 3 of the following LinkedIn member criteria:  Company size  Job function  Industry  Seniority  Gender  Age  GeographyLinkedIn Workbook – WSI Marketing en Internet 20
  20. 20. LinkedIn 20 minutes a day.ddddSe Home Screen Reading List by Amazon See whos reading what  Update your reading list and add comments  Watch the reading list of other members  See what books are being read within your industry. Events  Add events you are hosting so that others can find them. Webinars, too.  See events your connections are attending.  Find events that interest you.  Connect with attendees prior to event.  Use LinkedIn groups to notify members of your event and invite them. Answers  Public LinkedIn forum for Asking and Answering members questions  Click the "edit" button to feed to your home page questions within your industry  IMPORTANT: All posted questions and answers are indexed by Google  Answers selected by poster as "Best Answer" receive a star rating for expertise  See if your question has already been asked by someone else before postingLinkedIn Workbook – WSI Marketing en Internet 21
  21. 21. LinkedIn 20 minutes a day.ddddSe Home Screen Jobs  Click the "see more" button to refine search results.  See who posted the opening and note how theyre connected to you.  Apply online or reach out to the person who posted the position. Company Buzz (optional application) Filters Twitter searches and presents them on your home page. Search tips:  to:(Twitter username) - tweets directed to the username  from:(Twitter username) - tweets published by the username  @(username) - tweets where the username is mentioned  red corvette - tweets containing both "red" and "corvette" Blog Integration (optional application)  Presents your recent blog postings.LinkedIn Workbook – WSI Marketing en Internet 22
  22. 22. To Do List for Power Users.ddddSeResume & BioAccomplishments/AwardsInterestsSpecialtiesFavorite books read and what you arecurrently readingSlide share account login & password –www.slideshare.netYouTube Account login & password – Doc’s login & password – or other BlogAssets –  1 or 2 Video clips – under 10 minutes uploaded to your YouTube account  Power Points or doc’s you want the public to have from your LinkedIn ProfilePersonal Professional PictureLinkedIn Workbook – WSI Marketing en Internet 23