2017 ushers in big changes for LinkedIn and its army of nearly ½ billion business users. Microsoft, LinkedIn.com, Sales Navigator, Mobile – all will play a much different role in 2017 than in the past. Revenue producers are among the most affected and those with the most to gain.
Change is being driven in the form of a “carrot”, as the Sales Navigator platform gains long awaited features, and a “stick”, as the traditional LinkedIn.com platform slims down to more resemble Facebook.
Learn the most current information on both and an integrated strategy to incorporate in your LinkedIn routine for 2017. This will build on what you already know about LinkedIn and CRM systems and take it to new heights.
The presentation can get down to specifics with quick actionable take-aways for revenue producers or it can stay more general and strategic to cater more to managers and decision-makers.
The primary audience is daily LinkedIn users with revenue responsibilities. Secondary audiences can include periodic LinkedIn users who may be executives, sales managers, marketing professionals, entrepreneurs, business owners or even high profile influencers.
- Review of the brand new version of LinkedIn.com for 2017.
- Introduction of the LinkedIn Sales Navigator companion platform.
- Common scenarios for using BOTH as a revenue producer.
- Big picture understanding and strategies to guide your actions in the future.
- Getting a competitive advantage amidst these changes.
Forbes Top 50 social media expert Mike O’Neil will help you navigate this new LinkedIn workspace and truly enjoy the ride. He’s one of the world’s leading authorities on LinkedIn and the B2B marketplace. Mike worked in technology sales for carriers, VARs and integrators before founding Integrated Alliances in 2003.
The address is customized to the unique needs of each audience and event. Versions are available with or without extra emphasis on LinkedIn Sales Navigator.
- 30, 45 or 60-minute higher level keynote address, with or without Q&A
- 45 or 60-minute deeper dive breakout with Q&A
- 2-4 hour hands-on workshop with step-by-step actions and demos
- 2 or 3-part Webinar series, 1 hour each, with recordings
- Pre-recorded self-paced program with instructional videos