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What Content Works on LinkedIn? How can I attract Clients?


Here's FIVE Content Ideas for LinkedIn to help you grow

We have a full week!!!! Not a bank holiday in sight.


That gives you 5 days to create content!!!


How have you been? After a super busy week, I'm pretty shattered. It started with a Gig for the Coronation Party here in Sidmouth, then 3 days in London for Accountex and Saturday night another gig.


I definitely had fun, but sometimes you need to say no. Do you say no? Do you put things off to save your health or stop doing too much?


My week this week will be one of those times, so if you do need me, I will get back to you, but maybe not so quickly.


If you have any questions or want a hand, please get in touch. I want you to love LinkedIn.


Talking of which, my next LinkedIn Daily Habit Workshop starts next week and I've upgraded my Money-Back Guarantee so there are no boundaries. If you are not fully satisfied after completing the workshop and talking to me in our 1:1 I will refund the cost of the course in full.


See below for details.


Have a fantastic week


Ashley




Here are ideas for Content this week.

Following on from my message of tiredness above I'm not using that as an excuse not to create content though. I'm all about consistency and this Monday Nudge is one of those non-negotiables.


Like my yoga or my morning walk or brushing my teeth.


When I London I met so many people who said lovely things but it was all around my content. I am front of mind and people look out for my content.


So why not make this week the week where you commit to creating some content?


Just once a week.


Here is what Samantha Mitcham did in 2021.


💚 Motivational Mondays

💛 Tax Tip Tuesdays

💚 Workout Wednesday

💛 Throwback Thursday

💚 Feel Good Friday


What could you do?


Here's my 5 ideas for this week



Saying NO

I'm going to be brave this week and take it easy. But when have you said no? Do you practice being firm with your time? What examples do you have of saying no and it worked? Or what about some funny stories when it all went pear-shaped? In my experience when you say no people respect you more than just doing something begrudgingly. No one will mind!


Etymology

As I was writing the above suggestion I got thinking about why we call it Pear-Shaped. This is the study of the origin of words and the way in which their meanings have changed throughout history. What funny words do you use on a regular basis? Do you have any personal funny sayings of words that you've twisted? This could be a weekly feature that you do if you are a wordsmith or a writer. Wednesday Words.



Coeliac Awareness Week 15-21 May

Do you have Coeliac Disease? It's quite prevalent and can be really tricky, especially with all our packaged goods. If you have it, why not share some of the things that you are doing to make your life as normal as possible? With new diagnoses all the time,, you may be able to help someone who has just been told they have it. Do you have any great recipes for cake and bread? What restaurants are the best ones for you?


The Beach

With the weather getting warmer do you go to the beach? If you've been seeing my posts and videos you'll know I'm by the sea most days. What about you? Do you love the beach? Are winter walks your favourite or do you prefer the white sands from exotic locations? Have you been to the seaside this year yet? It's hardly been warm enough eh? Share your favourite spots or why it is important to you to get out in the sea air.


Work From Home Day 17 May

I've been working from home for nearly 10 years, but since Lockdown, most of us have some experience. 17 May is Work From Home Day and was set up before the pandemic. Do you work from home? Do you prefer it to the office or has the lockdown made you feel differently? What tips do you have for embracing the WFH differences? What do you love about it or conversely, not like about it?



What content will you write this week? If you are fearful of creating content, think about this. Only 1% of users on LinkedIn create content, so if anyone sees your content the first thing they are going to think is "wow, I wish I could write on LinkedIn." In all of my years of writing content on LinkedIn, I have never had anyone contact me to say my content is rubbish. Come on, give it a go and get over that fear. What's stopping you? Here's This WEEKS Video Don't forget to have fun! That's what it's about eh?

Book your Place for the next LinkedIn Daily Habit Workshop



The LinkedIn Daily Habit Workshop runs over Zoom with me live, for just one week at 11:00 am every day starting on 24 May. It's just 15 minutes each day so you do not get bored and I pack in everything that you need to know to get started on this incredible platform.


I record EVERY LESSON so you can come back if you have to miss one or two days.


You'll get the tools and the reasons for an awesome profile, the daily habit strategy and more importantly the confidence to do more on this incredible platform.


If you are not entirely satisfied I'll give you your money back. No questions asked.


The above testimonial was taken from the bottom of my LinkedIn profile where you'll see many more such testimonials praising my workshop.


It's just £110.00 plus you'll get a useful workbook, access to my tools and a Free 1:1 at the end of the course to consolidate your learning or help with anything else that you need to know.


DO THIS follow this link to book. If you are still not sure, book a quick chat with me HERE



Remember what you need to do each day? It's all about creating a habit!


You should aim to do most of these actions every day!!

  • Check your notifications and respond to any comments.

  • Answer any messages

  • Respond to any connection requests

  • Make a note of your numbers for monitoring

  • Comment and like posts

  • Consider writing your own post. PLEASE aim to write ONE post per WEEK

  • Connect with someone

If you get stuck, just shoot me a DM on LinkedIn





The Next FREE LinkedIn Surgery

Free help, just drop in. Why not book next month? Monday 5 June

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