Social Media Workshops

Its More Than Just A CV

    Gone are the days when people used LinkedIn as an online CV. And if you’re still thinking that it’s only purpose then think again!       Aesthetically LinkedIn is right on trend. With recent updates it’s no longer a stuffy old place just for men in suits (sorry no offense to men in suits!). It’s mobile friendly and modern, and I believe they’ll continue to stay on top of their game in terms of the user experience & new innovative design features.       So as a small business owner what you really want to know is ‘is it worth my effort?’ And my answer is a big fat YES!       Unless you have all the clients you’ll ever need for the rest of your working life…. But then I would still encourage you to have an up to date profile on LinkedIn. And by the way if you are at full capacity in your business - congratulations!       For the majority of us we wouldn’t mind a few more clients and depending on the nature of your business & your clients life cycle it would be a natural part of your regular process to have a constant flow of customers.       A constant flow of customers…. Sounds like a dream doesn’t it?       There are 2 key steps to achieving this.     Step 1: Voice your opinion on issues that relate to your subject matter and issues that your ideal clients care about. Post articles & updates that reflect the quality of your work & the types of businesses that you work with.    Step 2: Do step 1 CONSISTENTLY!        Take an outsider's view of your LinkedIn presence and ask yourself these 2 questions:       ‘Am I demonstrating that I’m an expert in my field?’       ‘Do I come across as a friendly, genuine, approachable and helpful person?’    If you are answering no, then review your current LinkedIn activity and make these small changes to make a big difference.    So wouldn’t you agree it’s a lot more than just a CV?    If you’d like to know how I can help you utilise your LinkedIn profile to find more clients and & raise your visibility then please get in touch. I have 121 training & group workshops       ** LinkedIn Workshop July 5th in Bristol, ticket sales close Wednesday 28th June**    Click  here  for Ticket Sales.    

 

Gone are the days when people used LinkedIn as an online CV. And if you’re still thinking that it’s only purpose then think again!

 

Aesthetically LinkedIn is right on trend. With recent updates it’s no longer a stuffy old place just for men in suits (sorry no offense to men in suits!). It’s mobile friendly and modern, and I believe they’ll continue to stay on top of their game in terms of the user experience & new innovative design features.

 

So as a small business owner what you really want to know is ‘is it worth my effort?’ And my answer is a big fat YES!

 

Unless you have all the clients you’ll ever need for the rest of your working life…. But then I would still encourage you to have an up to date profile on LinkedIn. And by the way if you are at full capacity in your business - congratulations!

 

For the majority of us we wouldn’t mind a few more clients and depending on the nature of your business & your clients life cycle it would be a natural part of your regular process to have a constant flow of customers.

 

A constant flow of customers…. Sounds like a dream doesn’t it?

 

There are 2 key steps to achieving this. 

Step 1: Voice your opinion on issues that relate to your subject matter and issues that your ideal clients care about. Post articles & updates that reflect the quality of your work & the types of businesses that you work with.

Step 2: Do step 1 CONSISTENTLY!

 

Take an outsider's view of your LinkedIn presence and ask yourself these 2 questions:

 

‘Am I demonstrating that I’m an expert in my field?’

 

‘Do I come across as a friendly, genuine, approachable and helpful person?’

If you are answering no, then review your current LinkedIn activity and make these small changes to make a big difference.

So wouldn’t you agree it’s a lot more than just a CV?

If you’d like to know how I can help you utilise your LinkedIn profile to find more clients and & raise your visibility then please get in touch. I have 121 training & group workshops

 

** LinkedIn Workshop July 5th in Bristol, ticket sales close Wednesday 28th June**

Click here for Ticket Sales.

 

What would you prefer: 6 inches or a whole day?

I know what I’d choose! Ok so I’ll explain a bit more. Option A: a one off 6 inch ad in your local paper or Option B: a whole day of Facebook Marketing Training?

What would you pay for a quarter page ad in your local paper? £200? £250? more? Or for a lot less than that - just £137 (well actually only £117 if you book before the Early Bird offer expires) you could learn an enormous amount of hugely valuable info, tips and tricks that could elevate your business above your competitors on Social Media.

Not only that you’ll have the opportunity to pick my brains as much as you like! Just like my previous clients have, to give you an idea here are some businesses I’ve worked with in the last 18 months: Madame Wax, Baby Bank Network, Scarlet & Nell, TotsUp, BeFabBristol, Jax Glam Beauty, Freelance Mum, GS Styling, Designs For Education, JAKS Decoration & Design, Bump & Beyond Nutrition, Your Heart in Your Hands, Freedom Here & Now, Linda Thomas Eco Design and many many more!

My training sessions are friendly and enjoyable. It is a practical workshop with lots of activities for you to do as we go along. The best way to learn is first of all by doing it and secondly by enjoying the experience and this is what I aim to do for you! All workshops are limited to a maximum of 8 and so you will have the opportunity to have great in depth group discussions about how together we can help you understand & change your Social Media marketing to make a big positive impact on your business. And at the end of the day that’s what you want isn’t it?  You need to know that the money you invest in this day will make a BIG POSITIVE IMPACT ON YOUR BUSINESS! I don’t believe you could get the same results with a 6 inch ad, do you?

To read more about my workshops please see HERE and if you’d like to have a chat with me about your Social Media needs please just  email me sarah@shcsocialmedia.co.uk