I hear it all the time from clients and when I speak, “Christine, I get LinkedIn Invitations from people I don’t know. Should I accept them?”
The answer is simple…it depends on who your Ideal Clients are…
* Are your Ideal Clients local or global?
* Are your Ideal Clients industry specific (like transportation professionals) or category specific (like entrepreneurs)?
For example, if you sell online products, it might make sense to accept LinkedIn Invitations from members globally who would need what you offer…or know someone who does.
On the other hand, if you have a geographically-based business…maybe not so much. You probably want to focus on your specific area and ignore LinkedIn Invitations outside your targeted geographic area.
Important: Be aware that when you accept a LinkedIn Invitation to connect with someone, they automatically have access to your email address.
Note: If you ignore LinkedIn Invitations, the members are not notified.
If you’re interested in getting more details on what to do with LinkedIn and how to get better results, click here to qualify for your complimentary LinkedIn Results strategy session with me to explore that…and to find out what you can do to have a results breakthrough. I have a limited number of appointments available and request that only people who are serious about dramatically increasing their results on LinkedIn and ready to take the next step apply for a time to talk.
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