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How often do you get a hair cut? Or, if that doesn’t apply to you, how often do you change the oil in your car? If you want to look sharp and well-groomed, you may get your hair cut every 5 or 6 weeks like I do (I have short, fine, straight hair that looks sloppy if I don’t get it cut every month).
… – your profile, social validation and recognition from peers, and the ability to share and engage ongoing with your prospects Social Profile – Just as a brochure site is central to your business’ online presence, your social profile (especially on LinkedIn) must provide a foundation to your sales personnel’s ability to build authority and trust…
… that was constantly updated accurately and often by people. Oh wait… there is. People consistently and repeatedly leave a trail of accurate and finite behavioral and intent data online via social media. Every day… sometimes every hour. The difficult task is cleansing, filtering and aggregating that data into meaningful insights. LeadSift accomplishes…
… says a lot about you as a Twitter user. It represents how you organize your followers, and what topics you are interested in. While not directly part of your profile, the number of Twitter lists you’ve created appears just beneath your cover photo. It’s a good idea to spend some time getting rid of the lists that are no longer relevant, or adding lists that you and your followers would find useful, regularly. (Profile keyboard image via Shutterstock) …