3 Expert LinkedIn Habits You Should Copy (Because They Work)
I’m a yogi. I’ve practiced for a while now. In fact, I’m finally ready to dive a little deeper—maybe with a weekend retreat or even an attempt at hot yoga (hoo boy!).
Everyone gets to this point with something, am I right? The place where you’re ready to push past the basics and into the stuff that will take you to the next level?
For many of my personal branding clients, this means wanting to change up what they’re doing on LinkedIn, and not just by sprucing up their summaries.
Here are the three next-level secrets of expert LinkedIn users that I share with them:
1. They Break The Mold
I’m sure you’ve heard the advice that you should craft a custom message for every connection request you send (here are 10 personalized LinkedIn templates to bookmark)—but don’t stop there! You should customize everything.
Take for instance the “Thanks for endorsing me for…” prompt you receive after a connection endorses your skills.
What good does sending that message really do anyone?
I’d much rather receive a couple of skill endorsements in return or even a “Hey! Thanks for stopping by my profile, how‘ve you been?” note in place of a robotic thank you.
And I’d bet that your network feels the same way.
If you really want to make an impact with what you’re doing, give your interactions the human touch as often as you can (translation: every time). From work anniversary congratulations to the way you accept connection requests, adding even just one to two personal lines will result in a marked difference.
Read the full article from The Muse here.
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