Make your engagement on LinkedIn more personal

Make your engagement on LinkedIn more personal: just because it’s a professional platform it doesn’t need to sound all stiff & corporate.

Hi there, Sarah Santacroce here with tip number three of the ten tip video series on How to Humanize Your LinkedIn Presence. Showing a little bit of vulnerability. Maybe telling your network about some fails or celebrating success stories. Or, places you’ve been, networking events that you’ve been to, but adding it in a human tone, and not always thinking about the person in front of you that you want to sell to, but more thinking of how would you talk to this person if he or she was right in front of you. How would you make it in a more human way?

That’s tip number three, add a little bit more of your personal side to your interaction on LinkedIn, like commenting in a way that comes over as more human and lets you see you as the person and not just you as the business person.

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Sarah Santacroce

Sarah is an internationally recognized LinkedIn Specialist & Online Presence Mentor who has personally coached over 1,900 entrepreneurs. She helps them position themselves as experts on LinkedIn so they get clients with ease. In addition, Sarah is known for helping helping conscious entrepreneurs market their business authentically & anxiety-free, sell their services & make a difference. She’s also the founder of The Gentle Business Revolution movement and host of the podcast with the same name. When she’s not working, she loves adventure & traveling, yoga & nature walks or hanging out with her family.

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