Wanna kickstart in creating events on LinkedIn? Here’s…
A Set Up Guide for creating your own linkedin events
Creating an event on LinkedIn is an ideal opportunity to exponentially expand your sales funnel as you can share with your network as well as a wider audience. If done with a specific outlined plan it is currently one of the most powerful tools to grow your business with a strong sales pipeline. Like anything worthwhile, it is not a fit for every business, and it requires a great deal of work to deliver the desired results. This guide provides an overview of current best practices.
About The E-Book
LinkedIn Events work best for these purposes:
- Education on a topic of interest to an ideal client audience
- Fireside chat
- Help people get professional credits
- Host a panel of experts
- Connect for one-on-one discovery calls
How to Set Up your LinkedIn Event
How to Promote Your LinkedIn Event to Your LinkedIn Network
How to Engage and Connect with Your LinkedIn Event Attendees
How to Ask 3-4 Strategic Partners to event their first level connections also
How to Edit or Change Event Details
If done with a specific outlined plan it is currently one of the most powerful tools to grow your business with a strong sales pipeline. Like anything worthwhile, it is not a fit for every business, and it requires a great deal of work to deliver the desired results. This guide provides an overview of current best practices.
About the author.
There are parts of business ownership that have paralleled my parenting journey. In early-stage parenting, as in the early stage of my business, I would too easily defer to an authority figure or what seemed “logically” the best.
Now, I am more aware of the brevity of time to live and do. I don’t wish to waste ANY time, or follow someone else’s approach when it does not resonate or “fit me”.
As a business owner, it’s important to seek out expert opinions and gather relevant information. Don’t ever be convinced to ignore your own wisdom that you have built in creating your business. Gather expert opinions and explore ideas, but don’t just follow someone because they “are the experts”. My perspective is to gather expertise AND trust your instincts.
Today, I listen to my “business instinct” earlier on. Sometimes I remind myself, “Iris, you are not a fit for everyone”. Likewise, I encourage you to listen to your own business instinct early on in the journey. The consummate word smith, Shakespeare said it so well 500+ years ago, “To thine own self be true.” Couldn’t agree more.