Mill Valley Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center: Is Your LinkedIn Profile Helping or Hurting Your Business? Let’s find out from an expert
September 25, 2021
Are you “Late to the Party” and “Underdressed” on LinkedIn?
How strong is your online presence?
Professional branding is known to build trust, increase your earning potential, position you for growth and collaboration opportunities, establish yourself as a thought leader and much more. Are you taking full advantage of it? Learn the key elements of building your professional brand online and offline. This virtual webinar by Angela Dunz of Cowgirl Creative Coaching, scheduled for November 1 from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. via Zoom, will prepare you to refine your engagement on LinkedIn.
- 70% of your prospects look at your LinkedIn profile first when deciding whether or not to contact you
- With 774 million members, LinkedIn isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. It is THE business platform
- 80% of LinkedIn feed traffic is B2B
This workshop will cover:
- The 3 main elements of converting your profile
- Profile visibility and optimization (being found for the right thing by the right people)
- Business development on LinkedIn in 10 minutes / day
We all do business with people – not glass buildings, not bricks and mortar. Your professional brand is your reputation and the notoriety of your community. Bold brands attract customers and inspire confidence.
Want your business to take off like a rocket? Create a strong personal online brand with a clear message. Make sure your ideal client can find you.
Angela Dunz is the introverts guide to LinkedIn, which helps people who feel embarrassed about self-promotion become confident and effective. Its mission is to transform the idea of self-promotion into an idea of service. She has worked with entrepreneurs and small businesses for 8 years as a LinkedIn consultant, coach, sales trainer and social media strategist. She sees herself as an “accidental entrepreneur” who moved to the Bay Area in an effort to become Director of Marketing with her brand new MBA. She frequently speaks to leadership and mentoring groups about entering the world in more intentional ways. Former high school rodeo champion and rock climbing guide, still an NFL fan (come on Packers!), And author of Conversations with Skunks.
This press release was produced by the Mill Valley Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Center. The opinions expressed here are those of the author.