Are you wondering if you should upgrade to a paid account?
LinkedIn is known for providing an amazing connection and networking service, with many of its best and most useful tools available for free.
So why should you consider upgrading to a paid account?
In this article I will share three compelling reasons why you should consider upgrading to a LinkedIn Premium membership.
These three useful features include the Advanced Search, Who’s Viewed Your Profile and InMail.
While there are a number of different types of paid LinkedIn accounts you can choose from (LinkedIn Premium, For Recruiters, For Job Seekers, For Sales Professionals), LinkedIn Premium is the most balanced paid account type that will generally suit most business owners and professionals.
Are they on Twitter?
Are you using this amazing tool to support your customers?
Keep reading to discover four ways to provide amazing customer service with Twitter.
Why Twitter for customer support?
“I genuinely believe that any business can create a competitive advantage through giving outstanding customer care.” ~ Gary Vaynerchuk (@garyvee)
This is one of the best quotes I have heard. It must give any business a lot of comfort. Even if you have a million complaints, you can still lead with better customer service.
When my business recently had to weather a severe storm, we decided to default everything to simply being there for our users and customers. It was an incredible experience.
And what better way is there to give your best customer service than through Twitter?
Twitter has changed continually over the past few months, as the service becomes more and more mainstream.
You know that the Internet puts your business within a few keystrokes of people anywhere around the world. But did you know that social media tools, especially Twitter, help you pinpoint people who live and work in your neighborhood?
Twitter allows you to locate people who live or tweet in your city or neighborhood, people you know, as well as people you don’t yet know. This makes Twitter the ideal tool for infiltrating your neighborhood.
Welcome to our weekly edition of what’s hot in social media news. To help you stay up-to-date with social media, here are some of the news items that caught our attention.
What’s New This Week?
Twitter Enhances Search Capabilities: It’s now easier (and faster) for marketers to find exactly whom to follow. When you search for a topic, you’ll get suggestions of people who tweet about that topic.
However, there’s uncertainty around how to create a sustainable social media campaign, although the tools are plentiful and often free.
I’m always surprised at how few retail spaces take advantage of Twitter and Facebook (yes, there are exceptions). The costs are low, the risks are manageable and your customers are already using the platforms.
By engaging customers “where they live,” you can increase the foot traffic to your shop and grow your business.
Whether you’re a personal blogger, business blogger, article marketer, copywriter, novelist, poet, student writing an essay or any other form of writer, social networks provide a vast array of ways to get inspired to write.
This can be considered one of the best ways to beat a case of old-fashioned writer’s block. You just need to know where to look and set up some channels to provide at-your-fingertips-access when you need it.
LinkedIn is the most powerful social networking site to help you grow your business. It makes Twitter, Facebook and YouTube seem like social networking sites for kids.
If you want to hang with the big players—a place where connections are made, leads are generated, and deals go down—then you need to spend more of your time on LinkedIn.
Although other sites have their purpose in the business world and many people utilize multiple social networking sites, LinkedIn is still the number-one place to market your business. Here are ways to use LinkedIn and get results: