LinkedIn: The Important Marketing Tool That’s Hiding in Plain Sight

sandra-clarkSandra Clark
Founder
LinkedIn Mentoring
www.linkedinmentoring.com

Sandra Clark is a trainer and coach who specializes in helping busy professionals create powerful LinkedIn profiles and then teaching them how to use those profiles for results. The founder of LinkedIn Mentoring, she was formerly Director of Communications for UC Santa Cruz Extension in Silicon Valley, and she is working on her first book, Social Media for the Socially Reluctant.

In this podcast, Sandra talks about why LinkedIn should be a key part of marketing strategy for individuals and businesses. She discusses the most common mistakes people make on LinkedIn, and explains how to use LinkedIn to build thought leadership.


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3 Responses to “LinkedIn: The Important Marketing Tool That’s Hiding in Plain Sight”

  1. mary-ann connolly Says:

    Smashing photo and great podcast. Looking forward to the book and hoping you will be able to convert me…

  2. Why Even Experts Need Help to Market Themselves on LinkedIn - EM Marketing, Inc.EM Marketing, Inc. Says:

    […] Editor’s Note: For an in-depth conversation about how you can leverage your LinkedIn profile, be sure to listen to Sandra’s podcast, “LinkedIn: The Important Marketing Tool That’s Hiding in Plain Sight.” […]

  3. Why Even Experts Need Help to Market Themselves on LinkedIn - LinkedIn Mentoring Says:

    […] Editor’s Note: For an in-depth conversation about how you can leverage your LinkedIn profile, be sure to listen to Sandra’s podcast, “LinkedIn: The Important Marketing Tool That’s Hiding in Plain Sight.” […]

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