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How to get the clients from LinkedIn?

Discussion in 'SEO, Social Media & Online Marketing Forum:' started by Henry120, Feb 29, 2012.

  1. Henry120

    Henry120 Junior Member

    Hello guys!
    I'm looking for the most efficient method of getting clients from LinkedIn. Could you please share some articles on this or some advices from your own experience.
     
  2. Janifar

    Janifar Member

    Yeah some clients come from LinkedIn but its too small. Thats not may work if you wanna to get more traffic use social media as Facebook, Twitter. It will give you a large number.
     
  3. GibbonIt

    GibbonIt Member

    I agree that Twitter and Facebook would be better options...
     
  4. Tony Hardy

    Tony Hardy Guest

    I've tried LinkedIn, couldn't get my head around it. I found their UI to be far too fussy for what I wanted and the site is just plain ugly to look at. The amount of email updates you get from it if you join a couple of groups too is utterly ridiculous!
     
  5. Wardy

    Wardy Active Member

    I think the way LinkedIn is set up is purposefully designed to prevent people JUST looking for potential clients. It is obviously mostly for networking
    and sharing ideas/info, but it can work if you do it carefully, target the right groups, etc. Start by answering a few posts and then posting your own questions, not diving
    straight in with "this is me, you can hire me".
     
  6. glenwheeler

    glenwheeler Senior Member

  7. Wardy

    Wardy Active Member

    Does it mention LinkedIn on there anywhere, or is just a plug for your blog?
     
  8. Russell

    Russell Member

    I trialled out Linked In's Advertising for a short period but wasn't impressed. It's basically a pay per click service but I was tempted by the fact you could target where you ads are displayed by sector, persons job titles etc. In theory this would be great, in practice its very expensive.
    You have to set your CPC at a min of £8 a day with an average click cost of around £1.60. It seemed every time I set the campaign off it would reach the daily limit in about an hour and looking at my google analytics either no clicks, or a lot fewer were registered. I put in a query to their support and just got palmed off claiming the issue must be with google analytics or all the users must have cookies disabled. Whilst I think it's unlikely that Linked In would be running a blatant scam, as they can offer no proof that these expensive clicks happened I've knocked it on the head.
     
  9. partho

    partho New Member

    For getting link on linkedin mention full baground status.Mention about your skills describe about your company what service are provide
     
  10. Gianluca Teti

    Gianluca Teti Member

    From my experience, it looks like LinkedIn is great in providing job opportunities, if you are looking for an in-house position. I have never had the feeling of a platform thought for pushing freelance work.
     
  11. Leticia Wren

    Leticia Wren New Member

    yes i also agree that LinkedIn is a site that is mostly used for networking. if you want to attract customers, then Facebook and Twitter are the best.
     
  12. Janifar

    Janifar Member

    Yeah some of time linkedin help for finding job and i saw people invite for join that and for sometime i visit there, have found lot of job advertising.
     

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