Four Principles of LinkedIn Success

24th February 2022 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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There are four principles that need to work together if you want to get the attention of the right audience.

LinkedIn is different from other social platforms.

There are four principles that need to work together if you want to get the attention of the right audience.

In this webinar we will show you:

● Why the right content is important

● How to build a network of ideal prospects

● Why build the right strategies for engagement is key

● How to initiate conversations that lead to new business

Understanding the four key principles of LinkedIn and how they need to work in sync will transform your presence on the platform and increase your opportunities of securing new business.

Register today and start the journey towards a better LinkedIn.

 

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24th February 2022
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OxLEP Business

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