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  • Making Social Sell

    Jeff Molander

    Why You Aren't Getting Appointments on LinkedIn

    Jeff Molander | October 17, 2014

    Ninety-five percent of sales reps using LinkedIn are getting few—if any—appointments. They're using premium services, Sales Navigator, sending InMail, joining groups, spiffing up their profiles. And yet they're chronically underperforming. All because they're making three easily correctable mistakes when firing up their Web browsers each day.

  • Social Media Examiner

    How to Use the LinkedIn Data Export Tool to Improve Your Marketing

    October 22, 2014

    Do you want to analyze your past interactions on LinkedIn? Do you want information that could help you understand your LinkedIn behavior? The LinkedIn Data Export tool offers deeper insight into your LinkedIn activity. In this article I’ll share the seven export files you can use to target ads, build keyword lists, create a list of connections [...]This post How to Use the LinkedIn Data Export Tool to Improve Your Marketing first appeared on Social Media Examiner. Social Media Examiner - Your Guide to the Social Media Jungle

  • BrandSavant

    The Mobile Commerce Revolution Has Arrived

    October 23, 2014

    HELLO, Brandsavant readers and humans all. This is an exciting week for Tim Hayden and I--it's been 12 months in the making (maybe a little longer--I'm crap at math.) Our book, The Mobile Commerce Revolution, is now shipping from Amazon and on the shelves of many a bookstore across North America, and the two of us are now scampering across the country and interwebs to promote its release. Although we in no way could have planned it, we are also fortunate that our book was made available within days of Apple launching "Apple Pay", PayPal announcing its departure from eBay, and Visa