Jul 27, 2021
LinkedIn is possibly one of the most underutilized yet powerful tools for a medical practitioner to build a network and reach their audience. So let’s get that tool in your hands so you can get ahead of the curve. When you learn to leverage LinkedIn, you’ll find that more and more people will come to you. Whether you’re just starting to build your platform or you're a veteran, today’s episode will give you some important advice on upping your LinkedIn game.
Michael David Chapman is Founder of the LeadIn Social team; an experienced group of very proficient individuals who are excited to see people's business and influence grow. He provides entrepreneurs and business leaders a human alternative to automated or bot-driven lead generation and appointment setting services. Michael does this by helping business owners use LinkedIn to extend their reach and grow their business.
[00:01 – 03:55] How to Start Your LinkedIn Journey
[03:56 – 17:30] Using Sales Navigator to Outreach Effectively
[17:31 – 32:10] The Numbers Matter
[32:11 – 36:12] Closing Segment
“The ability to knock on someone’s digital door, not pitch them, bring them something of value over the long run; that’s the equivalent of you knocking on my door trying to sell me something versus throwing a flyer in my yard hoping that I see it.” - Michael David Chapman
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