Senior marketing officer - online at MyScience.co Ltd
26 August 2010 11:57am
I'm exploring how we as a business can use LinkedIn to build on our professional relationships and develop a better dialogue with our corporate customers.
Has anyone seen or been involved in the development of a coporate policy for LinkedIN or have some dos and don't we should be looking at?
So far I have:
-make sure that the sales team are hiding their coorporate contacts as this just provides a list for the competition to use
-complete the profile for the company's linkedIn entry
Other ideas or avenues of research would be welcome.
CEO and Executive Chairman at PAY ON RESULTS SEO, PPC & CRO from Strategy Internet Marketing
27 August 2010 11:02am
You can link some of your other social media to your LinkedIN profile, very useful.
Strategy Internet Marketing
Director at Polaris Digital Marketing
27 August 2010 14:11pm
John, we have a free document you can download on use of LinkedIn as part of your Social Media strategy. You can get it from here: http://getwsipowered.com/linkedin along with access to a number of other white papers and webinars from WSI.
Pls quote my name as the referrer, and feel free to contact me for any follow up
WSI Internet Marketing Consultant
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28 August 2010 08:20am
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01 September 2010 22:46pm
thanks for the white paper. very interesting. Will read, digest and diseminate.
01 September 2010 22:49pm
Thanks for your note as well. Dilemna I face is which Twitter feed to use as these are set up along product lines. So I'll continue to procrastinate about this one for a while!
Managing Director at Digital Gearbox
07 September 2010 14:38pm
This isn't something I've done, but in theory it should be possible...You could try using a tool like twitterfeed to combine the output of all your twitter accounts into one - and then feed that into your linkedin pages....
Alternatively you could tell which parts of the business should have which twitter linked up.
If you've got a blog I'd suggest adding that too.
Also you should try:
Hope that helps
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