Linkedin 101 for Business
Thursday, May 30, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (CDT)
Crystal Lake, IL
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Learn How To Use Linkedin For Business in a Hands-On Workshop
Linkedin is great for business, period. But many people don't know more than linking-in.
Here is what you will learn in the Linkedin 101 Workshop- $49 (normal cost is $200-$300) for similar workshops):
Getting Started with Linkedin:
*Anatomy of a Good Linkedin Profile, including Optimization
* How/when you should post information
* How to create a Vanity URL
* Why are these people Linking in with me?
* Writing recommendations and endorsements
Linkedin for your Business:
* Your Company Profile
* Groups, and Linkedin Advertising
Workshops are limited to 20 participants ONLY.
We are choosing to limit the workshop number to provide you with an interactive learning environment where you will be able to openly ask questions about how the concepts we are teaching applies to your situation. We want to make sure you get the assistance, support and help you need. Having smaller class sizes and an open environment helps make that possible.
Not comfortable registering online? No problem. Call Vanessa at 815-451-5230 to register.
If you think other people in your network would be interested in Linkedin training, please share this page.
Here's what past participants of workshops with Vanessa have said:
Placement Coordinator at Working World Inc. Staffing Services.
President, In Sync Systems, Inc.
Communications Analyst at Illinois House Republicans
Workshop is Limited to only 20 participants, so sign up early. Please be on time
Please bring the following:
1) A laptop (to learn hands-on, if not, you will miss out)
2) On your laptop, an electronic file of your logo and a headshot image
3) Business Cards
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Vanessa Baker, Fast Forward Marketing CL
A local resource for online marketing and social media. A resident of Crystal Lake, Vanessa is committed to the local health of the business community, and wants small businesses to succeed.