Oct 7, 2020
LinkedIn released a Stories feature to all U.S. users recently, and as much as Twitter made fun of LinkedIn, I'd like to argue that you should be jumping at the opportunity.
That is...if you are in the business of needing to network, get more clients and build your audience (yes, please!).
When you are an early user on any new feature on any social media app, the algorithm usually works in your favor. Take one look at your Instagram feed of Reels to know this is true. LinkedIn Stories show up prominently at the top of every user’s phone, so if you’re among the first in your network to use it, you’ll appear there.
This episode explains
How to use LinkedIn stories
What to post
Why you should use it
How to share stories if you don't want to create selfie videos
How to make it easy to share stories
Mistakes to avoid
Want to save time and still make stories on any social media channel? Get my branding kit to create templates for your stories here.
I help service providers stand out by telling their story on websites, emails and social media. When it comes to marketing, the greatest waste is an idea that fails to connect to its audience – not because it wasn’t a good idea but because it wasn’t packaged as a great story.
My goal is to help you tell your story so that you can reach your business goals. I’ve worked in marketing communications for nearly 20 years and experienced firsthand the rapid pace of change in this space. I launched Sparkr Marketing to help you stay ahead in this age of information overload. I’ll help you filter through the countless marketing tactics to find the right ones to reach your target market. Most importantly, I help your business stay true to your story.
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