As a Financial Advisors, if you are not using LinkedIn actively, you are missing a prime opportunity to grow your business. Although the social media platform has been around since 2002, it has gained renewed respect in recent years as more professionals are recognizing its value. In this post, I look at ‘How should financial advisors be using LinkedIn?’
Grow your network
Seize the opportunity to leverage LinkedIn to grow your network, raise your visibility, and generate high-quality leads.
LinkedIn is a professional networking platform that enables you to easily connect with people you know and would like to know. It’s like attending a business networking event with more than 630 million attendees.
Many financial advisors underestimate the importance of LinkedIn, perhaps thinking it is just a platform for job seekers. However, the platform provides a wealth of opportunities and being present on their can open doors that you didn’t even know existed.
LinkedIn keeps you connected with existing colleagues and associates and provides instant access to new potential collaborators, prospects, and referral partners. Most importantly, your ideal clients are likely already on LinkedIn.
On 25th March I’ll be hosting a FREE LinkedIn Outreach Training webinar. During this Free Training we will go through the daily process we use to generate leads:
– Prepare Your Profile
– Identify & Search for Prospects
– Connect & Engage
Find out more and book your place here.
I hope you have found this ‘How should financial advisors be using LinkedIn?’ blog post useful. If you’re a financial advisor looking for help when it comes to social media marketing and lead generation, please feel free to get in touch here.
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