For the last 2 years, I hated LinkedIn.
It wasn't my place.
I found it superficial and felt everyone was pretending to be perfect.
Never been my thing, especially not since I left the corporate world to become a full-time creator.
So, instead, I built an audience on Twitter.
I grew my audience 64X in 18 months and learned a shitload about audience-building and the creator economy.
I kept telling myself:
"LinkedIn isn't the place for creators."
I stayed ignorant.
Ignorant of the insane potential LinkedIn has to offer.
It took me way too long to understand this:
The fact that LinkedIn isn't a place for creators YET is our chance.
LinkedIn has 830+ million users and is still growing, it's not unlikely that it hit a billion soon.
Who you do know isn't on LinkedIn...
The best part here?
Less than 1% of users post weekly.
This makes me question "What if you post daily?"
The potential is insane and the time to act is now.
I wish I had started earlier on LinkedIn.
I'm not the only one:
Every creator on LinkedIn I speak to now, says the same.
Easy to say in hindsight, right?
What if you would know how to get started?
If you know:
- What to talk about + pick your direction
- How to get over your initial fear of publishing
- How to optimize your profile to attract high-quality leads + connections
- How to find and network with peers, potential clients, and interesting people
Suddenly, LinkedIn becomes fun and profitable
After all, LinkedIn is just a social platform like the rest.
You just have to know how to use it.
If you're ready to take full control over your brand and presence there, this is your chance.
That's a wrap.
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