Episode 8 – LinkedIn Tricks with Janet Kennedy

LinkedIn Tricks with Janet Kennedy

LinkedIn Tricks with Janet Kennedy

On today’s Quick Win from The Savvy Scribe Janet Kennedy joins us to share a few LinkedIn Tricks on getting your LinkedIn profile up to speed. 

Janet Kennedy is currently stepping up to the mic to give you some savvy ideas about how your LinkedIn profile can really work for you. Now, let’s be honest. When was the last time you logged into LinkedIn and changed something in your profile? And I don’t mean just commenting, and liking the content. I mean really change something physically. Now, I will say that LinkedIn can be one of those sets and forget about it, but truthfully, I’m just saying that the people I know will never go back to LinkedIn.

Though, they will go until their life changes. Mainly therapists or nurses, professionals for whom LinkedIn is not a part of their daily lives. As many members of the Savvy Scribe Collective will tell you, they began their careers as therapists. So LinkedIn wasn’t really important to them. Your LinkedIn profile header should be attractive because most ideal clients rely upon your profile on LinkedIn.

To promote your profile you must have to follow a series of LinkedIn tricks:

  • Answer questions with experts.
  • Participate with groups.
  • Create a group.
  • Leave a status update.
  • Ask for Recommendations

Besides these, there are many other LinkedIn tricks related to Healthcare Marketing that I will share with you in further podcast episodes.

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