If you want to use LinkedIn to project an image for your company, don’t talk about this from behind your corporate logo. Speak through the people who bring your company values to life: your leaders, your employees.
The inimitable Buzz Aldrin (2nd from left), posing for a photo with fellow surviving Apollo astronauts in a photo shoot for Forbes. First impressions matter. Try to recall the first time a larger-than-life character appeared on screen in your favorite movie and instantly stole the show. Often your LinkedIn profile is how you make a... Continue Reading →
Before you attempt to sell yourself or your company, demonstrate that you are willing to give: Share an interesting item you’ve read about the industry and add your comments. If you met up with an old colleague or met someone interesting at an industry event, people are probably interested in your photos. Even better, write an article yourself or make a video.
LinkedIn, just like any other social media network, isn’t free of fake news. So you need to be careful that in sharing to your network of contacts, you aren’t inadvertently contributing to the spread of misinformation.
Brands' ability to reach their target is directly linked to how much advertising they are buying. By offering genuine value from your content, brands can build their own loyal audiences.
While 'Dragons' may have all the trappings of a fantasy adventure, the universal charm of Dragons is that it's really about the special bond between a boy and his dog.
Equipped only with a marker pen and a wristwatch, with some help from his buddy on the radio, Gordo Cooper landed his spacecraft with relative pinpoint accuracy.
I answer some questions about Content Marketing with excerpts from my Content Marketing: Lessons from Hollywood masterclass.