LinkedIn currently has over 610 million members. The network has 303 million active monthly users, 40% of which visit the site daily. 90 million senior-level influencers and 63 million decision-makers use LinkedIn. 92% of Fortune 500 companies use LinkedIn.
I copied and pasted this data from some website. Times are tough man. Don’t judge me. I’m an Asian so my parents would love me talking about numbers but to be honest I find nothing more boring. You’ve invested 20 seconds of your time so far and you still haven’t gotten an answer.
It’s an SEO thing where i can give you the answer right away but i won’t because i’m demented and also i feel off a swing one time so i don’t trust anyone.
Let’s cut to the chase.
When I say ‘Using Recommendations’ it doesn’t mean asking for recommendations or even giving them, But using the ones that are already there. What do I mean by that?
Let’s say Mr. X recommended Mr. Y for speedy delivery of work.
‘Mr. Y was supposed to complete the project in 5 days but he actually completed it in just 4. Plus the quality wasn’t compromised either. Y did a great job… Anybody that’s looking for copywriting should hire Y. He should be your go-to guy’.
Now let’s say, Mr. X was your client. When you pitch him you can say something like …. ‘Mr. X, it seems like speedy delivery of work without compromising its quality is kinda important to you. It is one of the things we pride ourselves on. Let me show you how we can do the same for you’.
Bamn! This will take your personalization to the next level. Mr. X will know that you’ve done your research, You’ve done your due diligence. This way you’ll have a better chance of building that rapport and closing the sale.
Little tweak, Maximum result. That Bromio and Fooliet.