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How to Manage Your LinkedIn Presence in 10 Minutes a Day

This article first appeared on Social Media Examiner   Want a better return for the time you spend on LinkedIn? Looking for a LinkedIn engagement plan to follow? In this article, you’ll find a plan for making the most of your time on LinkedIn to stay visible, build your network, nurture contacts, and find new opportunities. #1: Define Your End…

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LinkedIn Live Series 1: Inspirational Marketers

When lockdown began, I followed my own advice to stay visible among my network. I also took the opportunity to catch up with my marketing peers and even convinced some of them to go live on LinkedIn and share some of our dialogue with the wider world! Not only did I enjoy these conversations, but in both the preparation and…

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How to use awareness days for great social media content

Awareness days, weeks or months are set up by individuals and organisations to mark an occasion or to raise money for a charity/cause. There’s an awareness day for anything and everything you could possibly think of (and many you could not even imagine), from health campaigns and celebrating key people in history to anything food related. When looking for social…

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The best time to post content on social media

    When it comes to social media, there are so many questions – and lots you don’t know you don’t know! It’s also very difficult to find straight answers. There is no definitive guide on what to do, and what not to do, although I wish there was! A question I hear all the time is ‘What are the…

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How to define your key messages

      From prehistoric cave paintings to big-budget Hollywood movies, the desire to tell and hear stories is an important part of the human experience, and a valuable way to remember sequences of events. As children, we learn through stories. A story gives people a reason to sympathise with characters, to care about what they are saying, and to…

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