Hoping for some clarity on using Linkedin inmail to message your potential 'shot callers' at a business you would like to onboard as a customer. A few questions are:
1) What is your cold email template or 'go to' which generally gets clicks / opens?
2) Are you on Linkedin Premium? (I will be upgrading once we start reaching out to people)
3) How do you identify who is the 'shot caller' in your desired field? Ie, ours is a centralised marketing and procurement platform for construction professionals – so I'm unsure if we should target a General Manager or Marketing Manager or CTO.. Any advice appreciated.
so after posting a lot of content on linked in there are many guys who try to connect withe me. After i accept i want to text them something like: Nice to be in your network and would love to find out how we can Work together. But in a nice way .
Thank you for your help!
I work full time, but also am building a startup. I began the startup before my most recent job, so I've added connections and content to my LinkedIn profile related to my startup (and continue to do so), but I've left off my current full-time position because I don't want to answer questions from coworkers. I have privacy mode on. I'm not worried about my employer because I already disclosed my startup before I began working there.
The issue is that now my wife and I want to move out of state. I need to update my LinkedIn profile to include my current job and accomplishments so I can apply for new jobs.
Should I unconnect from everyone and retool my profile for a normal working stiff, build a second profile (which is against their rules), or what?
Kind of wish there was a large network tool specifically for startups. I suppose I can just rely on Twitter for startup purposes, but that's iffy.
Anyone else have solutions?
So lately, a lot of connections on LinkedIn have been texting me saying that they liked my profile and would like to develop me as an entrepreneur, so I hoped on to one of those connection's zoom meeting yesterday, and there were 80 people young,old everyone, they said they'll help us start a business under their name etc etc. In short it nowhere felt they were helping me build profile.
This is just one example, I've got a lot of texts and everyone tells me they'll build me as an entrepreneur. So should I respond? Are these genuine?
Frustrated by how the whole graduates hiring system works, not getting the right exposure and right job opportunity I just wish for a solution where we could actually connect to young minds and connect to them absolutely in professional way. Yeah, students/youth version of LinkedIn one may say. Something not conventional like the current LinkedIn where its overcrowded with professionals, I honestly as a graduate feel truly unnoticed and lost?
I was wondering to come in here and check my thought process and find out if any other youth here feel the same way as me? or I am thinking unidirectional? Is it something worth starting a startup about? Share your thoughts in the comments.
Hello everyone, I would like to share it with this community. Hopefully, you close a good deal importing them as contacts or cold email. I can do it for whatever keyword you give me and will share.
Here is the link for access: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1bFKfZv2ncN7nmty50mIOFF7hlXqBS7RAHsiEUgeLp2E/edit#gid=0 I will authorize manually so it might take 12-24 hrs.
I am a coder and I do data mining on multiple networks for different keywords or niches, alignable.com, xing.com, instagram.com, and more. This exercise helps me for doing research on what common startups need to thrive when it comes to contacts or connections so feel free to ask any kind of data that will be useful for you.