Karolis Rimkus on Personal branding & sales on LinkedInCEO @ Caption, a Social Media Marketing Agency3 months ago
Don't worry about getting likes and comments on LinkedIn that much. It's not the main success metric anymore. Just recently, LinkedIn has introduced "dwell time" to its metrics. To be honest - I was surprised they didn't account for it before! When you open the news feed, you'll now see not only relevant, liked, commented on and shared content, but the one that people SPEND MORE TIME ON. This means less click-bait, more in-depth opinions, suggestions, observations and research. 🚨 Better content > 🚨 People read through to the end of it > 🚨 Content is shown organically to more people. Next time you post, make the mental switch. It's not "what will people like". It's "WHAT WILL PEOPLE FIND VALUABLE AND CAPTIVATING". So, since now even LinkedIn itself is saying likes aren't THAT important, you shouldn't stress over getting "enough" of them as well 😌
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Karolis Rimkus on Personal branding & sales on LinkedInCEO @ Caption, a Social Media Marketing Agency3 months ago
If you have non-latin letters in your name - don't worry, be proud and use them on LinkedIn. You'll still be searchable. The only other reason to latinify (is that even a word? 😄) your name is to make it more easily pronounceable for foreigners.
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Karolis Rimkus on Personal branding & sales on LinkedInCEO @ Caption, a Social Media Marketing Agency3 months ago
Who said charts are boring? Here's how you make a killer post on LinkedIn. This is a great example of how much a few bars can say, and it's evident from the stats of this post that people find it interesting.  The bars demonstrate the vast gap between the ease of creating an account in challenger vs. regular.banks.  You can compare market shares, company sizes and revenues, but then you strike a single metric that represents the whole situation in a glimpse. It's also a fresh perspective, so thousands like and share it.
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Karolis Rimkus on Personal branding & sales on LinkedInCEO @ Caption, a Social Media Marketing Agency3 months ago
This is ridiculous!!! 4.7 million views, are you kidding me? We've custom made and uploaded Caption branded GIFs to Giphy, and this is the result after just 4 months. People are using OUR content: 📌 In conversations 📌 On their Instagram stories 📌 Commenting on posts Imagine the possibilities for your brand. This is just crazy! You can find our stickers on any platform that uses Giphy's database by searching "captionagency"

Kotryna Kurt on Sales and Social SellingPersonal Branding / LinkedIn Ads & Marketingabout 2 months ago
If I would be a small/ midsize company or a startup and would want to spend some time and money on LinkedIn, this would be what I would do: 1. Optimize Sales people profiles 2. Optimize Company page profile 3. Create 4 content pieces per month on the company page 4. Activate sales people - employee branding 5. Connect with 5 relevant peole per day with a personal message 6. Engage with potential client content 20 min per day 7. Create at least 4 personal posts per month 🎯 The overall goal for doing these things would be to increase your brand awareness and gain new clients. Some companies use some of these steps, some use all. One thing for sure, this might require more effort in the beginning but within time this is a less costly strategy. Are you paying attention to some of these points? What is your experience with social selling on LinkedIn?

Kotryna KurtPersonal Branding / LinkedIn Ads & Marketing
Justas, I think I was thinking about it from a different perspective. Now that you put it like that, I agree. I was more thinking about the overall accumulated activities. 😌🙌
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Giedrė Rajuncė on How to create a strong personal brand that sells?Personal branding for CEO’s and professionals | Social Image Agency2 months ago
Thrilled to share that my first personal branding interview live series is with one of the most-known startup founders in Lithuania Justas Janauskas ! We’ll be discussing about one of the most growing sectors in the world - the knowledge industry and how to thrive in it using personal branding & Qoorio app. See you on Wednesday? 📣
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String Nguyen on Growing on LinkedInLinkedIn’s 3x Top Voice (I like 🍗)3 months ago
[Digital event] Learn how to grow your business on LinkedIn. I share how I increased LinkedIn views by 900% Still, it’s about building a brand. As part of Beyond Experience, we have a virtual travel summit, sharing how to build/market yourself online better. You can watch my video presentation on: How to effectively grow your business on LinkedIn. Here's how the format of this summit works: 1) watch the video-preso 2) attend and tune into the live Q&A Watch thw video-preso here: https://beyondexperience.show/using-linkedin-to-effectively-grow-your-business/ Follow/Admire me on LinkedIn growth.
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String Nguyen on Growing on LinkedInLinkedIn’s 3x Top Voice (I like 🍗)3 months ago
3 easy tips to gain visbility on LinkedIn 1️⃣ create content consistently 2️⃣ engage and be active 3️⃣ update your profile More details and insights on my LinkedIn post: https://www.linkedin.com/posts/stringstory_stringtheory-personalbranding-activity-6666499123711221760-YbxC
String Nguyen on LinkedIn: #stringtheory #personalbranding | 22 comments
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Dominyka Venciūtė on PERSONAL BRANDINGPersonal Branding & LinkedIn Consultant | Marketer | Educator21 days ago
Even though we may find many executives on social media today, only a small fraction of them actually create content. The others remain invisible, losing an opportunity to demonstrate their expertise and become known in their industry or to their target audience. Some time ago I write an article on why and how executives should build their personal brands on social media. Check it out below ⬇️
Building a Strong Personal Brand for Executives on Social Media. Why and How?
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Mangirdas AdomaitisArtificial inteligence, Data science
Thanks for sharing! Same reasons seems to apply for specialists. But in my circles i don’t see specialists building their brands. Do you know success stories for specialists brand building?
Kotryna Kurt on Personal BrandingPersonal Branding / LinkedIn Ads & Marketing3 months ago
Just because someone told you that LinkedIn is a platform to use, it does not mean it is the right platform for your business. 💄Yesterday I talked with a makeup artist. And yes, she told me that someone told her that LinkedIn can bring her clients, but she didn't know how or why. Now, most of the times we would try to help various businesses, try to find ways how they could position themselves. However, HONESTY is also a part of our duty. Therefore, I told her that when I think of makeup artists, the first thing where I would look for them would be Instagram or Facebook. Most people would. Therefore, my advice to her was not to spend too much time focusing on a platform that won't sell as much and where she does not have any contacts. 🚨Some would say, we just lost a potential client. But for me, it is much more important to give the best advice I can, and in this case, LinkedIn wasn't the platform for her. 🙏 Always think twice about the social media platforms and positioning, no matter what the market is telling you. #SocialMedia
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Dominyka Venciūtė on PERSONAL BRANDINGPersonal Branding & LinkedIn Consultant | Marketer | Educator3 months ago
"Content is King." "Content isn’t King, it’s the Kingdom." "Traditional marketing talks at people. Content marketing talks with them." I bet you’ve heard one of these or other phrases that emphasize the value of content. Content marketing is also a great way to strengthen your personal brand. Despite that, many professionals are still reluctant or lack time to create content. Therefore, here are 12 tips I put together to motivate you to put your content out there with more courage and less hesitation. Check them out in my latest Thrive Global piece!
12 Tips To Strengthen Your Personal Brand Through Content Writing
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Guoda Sakalauskienė on Personal branding consultationFounder of Promefile |Personal Branding Consultant|LinkedIn branding expert23 days ago
Would you like to be known?💚 It’s not about celebrity awareness, it’s about the need to be known for SOMETHING among THOSE for whom your services are relevant.🙂
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Build your personal brand using the 7Vs: The 7Vs is a framework I established to help leaders and professionals find their voice and clarity. To build a trustworthy brand you need: 1. vision: what’s your why? 2. values: what do you care about? 3. volks: as in folks, who are you serving? 4. voice: what messages do you want to amplify? 5. visuals: like my 🍗, how do you become memorable? 6. validation: measure your success. 7. victory: how do you monetise your influence and expertise? Read more at: https://blog.thetrustedvoice.co/2020/04/17/how-to-build-a-resilient-personal-brand/
How to Build a Resilient Personal Brand – The Trusted Voice Blog
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Giedrė Rajuncė on How to create a strong personal brand that sells?Personal branding for CEO’s and professionals | Social Image Agency2 months ago
Why should you care about building a personal brand in the first place?  Let me share with you some insights I've gained after working with so many different customers in the field.  1️⃣ Everybody has a personal brand. You also do have it now. The only difference is that you (most probably) do not have a strategy of how to get the most of it and actually earn from your brand; 2️⃣ Personal branding based communication is the most powerful form of social communication. Why? Because 92% of users will by from a person rather than a company, product or service brand; 3️⃣ Building a personal brand gives so many side benefits: you are perceived as one of the top people in the market, you get invitations to speaking events, podcasts or even TV, you constantly get interesting cooperation offers and, what's most important, customers come to you, not vice versa. 🔜 Are YOU getting the most of your personal brand?
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So you want to be a successful investor ? It is possible. And doable. Quite easy to be honest. You only need some discipline, common sense, couple of hundred euros every month and 20-30 years. That‘s it. Problem that most new investors face is dullness. Investing is boring. You only have to make one or two transactions every month. For 20 years. And that is it. That is all what it takes to become a successful retail investor. But you want to do more, don’t you ? You want to trade stocks and currencies, invest in the hottest IPOs and ICOs, ride all the waves, short corporate fuck ups and do all the other cool stuff. Everyone wants that. But, at least based on academic and field research, by doing all this you will most likely hurt yourself financially (and emotionally). According to number of studies, activity in financial markets, at least for retail investors, has a high inverse correlation with success. This means that the more active retail investor is, the less he is expected to make over long periods of time. Its up to you to decide whether you want to have some fun or make money. You can either have an expensive hobby called trading or buy a sweater vest, make that one transaction every month and see your portfolio grow. Both routes have their own benefits. Just clearly understand your goals before going down one of them. Investing is simple. It just takes lots of time and discipline.

Mangirdas AdomaitisArtificial inteligence, Data science
Tautvydas what about passive investing while stock picking? Or does stock picking imply high activity?
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Kotryna Kurt on All About LinkedInPersonal Branding / LinkedIn Ads & Marketing3 months ago
Are you wondering where to start when it comes to optimizing your LinkedIn profile? Then this is an article for you! Take a look at my 5 top tips on how you can strengthen your profile and get some traction. Link: https://blog-aryze-io.cdn.ampproject.org/c/s/blog.aryze.io/kotryna-kurts-top-5-tips-to-improve-your-linkedin-profile-in-one-hour/?amp #LinkedInTips #LinkedIn
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Lim Yien Yong on Personal growth and developmentLife enthusiast with an autotelic personality2 months ago
Have you heard of the First Principles Thinking? According to Elon Musk, he used the first principles thinking to design a cheap rocket from scratch, and re-use it by landing it back on earth, and with the same principles he revolutionized the electric car industry. Aristotle defined a first principles thinking as “the first basis from which a thing is known.” Here is how you can use this 3 simple steps of First Principles Thinking. ✅ Step 1: Identify and define your current assumption. Understand where you are standing currently should be the starting point. If you need to solve a problem, you need to think about the problem. This way you can have your problem defined and boundary set up. ✅ Step 2: Breakdown the problem into its fundamental principles. Fundamental principles means getting down to the rootcause of a thing, like back to the most basic elements of anything. The best way to uncover things to its basic is to ask question. You may wanna use the '5 Whys' approach, and if '5 Whys' is not enough to get you to the fundamental principles, add more 'whys'. ✅ Step 3: Build new solutions from scratch Once you have identified your problems and have broken them down into their basic truth, then you can begin to imagine new insights and turn them into solutions. Read more about this at: https://jamesclear.com/first-principles
First Principles: Elon Musk on the Power of Thinking for Yourself
jamesclear.com
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Lim Yien Yong on Personal growth and developmentLife enthusiast with an autotelic personality2 months ago
Here is an interesting article I read recently which I want to share with you all. Learning about the differences between your "Thinking Mind" and "Observing Mind" can help you to negate negative thoughts and emotions during this very times. https://www.google.com/amp/s/markmanson.net/your-two-minds/amp
Your Two Minds
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Kotryna Kurt on All About LinkedInPersonal Branding / LinkedIn Ads & Marketingabout 2 months ago
🎯 REMEMBER - LinkedIn Matched Audiences When you advertise on LinkedIn, you can take advantage of a function in the Campaign Manager called Matched Audiences. 🔹You can upload a list of Companies/ Contacts 🔹Then LinkedIn generates a list of people by trying to match them to your list of companies or contacts. It can take up to 24 hours for your list to process. 🔹Next up, you can set up a campaign and target the wanted list. This function is really great for those who have already identified their target audience and have the names of potential leads. Have you tried using this function?
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Quite often we are good at starting new things: books, habits, hobbies, activities - you name it. But what about stopping? What is at least one thing you should stop doing in order to become a better person or achieve your goals?

Paulius TuzikasShaping better work environments
My short answer is...make that habit difficult/impossible or try replacing it with other activity. I highly recommend a book called Atomic Habits by James Clear if you would like to learn more about habits.
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We consume new knowledge every single day. The question is, what do we do with it? Today, I’m inviting you to find an actionable piece of knowledge and actually try something out! What action did you take?
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