The pandemic has upended much in our lives, not the least of which networking and prospecting. No longer are in-person lunches or coffees the automatic go-to for getting to know someone and connecting with potential prospects at events is not happening.
LinkedIn has grown exponentially in importance for business owners at every stage of the game during the pandemic, but especially for small business owners. And it’s likely to stay that way. Whether you are a newbie to LinkedIn or have been on the platform for years, there are still plenty of ways to power up your networking mojo.
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We all resort to business as usual when our plates get full but taking time out to deploy a few simple tactics to maximize your team’s talents and time can lead to running a more productive, profitable and even happier practice.read