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How to get your dream client on LinkedIn





Without a question, LinkedIn is a great platform to help you find dream clients.

But the problem is, most people don't really know how to use it properly. So in today's video I wanted to share with you an idea that will help you find your dream clients on Linked In.**

Some quick tips before we go through a real example of us closing a dream client on Linkedin**

Your LinkedIn Profile

Now that you have a profile, it's time to get your dream client on LinkedIn. Here are some tips for optimizing your account and getting more clients.

Make sure it's optimized.

This means having a great profile photo, professional headline, company name, and summary. It also means using keywords from the job description in your headline and summary. The better optimized your profile is, the more likely people will find you when searching for those keywords.

It tells about you and your work

Your LinkedIn profile should tell the world what you do, who you do it for (past or present), and where you've done it (with links to your portfolio or blog). Some people like to list their skills as well — this is optional but can help potential clients get an idea of what they can expect from working with you.

Finally, make sure that everything looks neat and tidy on your profile page so that it gives off a professional image. This includes making sure that photos are high quality (if applicable), choosing an appropriate background image

Prospecting on LinkedIn

If you want your dream clients to come to you, it's important to be connected with lots of people, but you also need to find a balance between too many and too few connections.

LinkedIn is the perfect place to prospect for leads, but it can be a bit intimidating. The platform is full of potential customers, so how do you know who to reach out to?

To help you get started, we’ve put together a few tips on how to find your dream client on LinkedIn.

1. Find your ideal clients

2. Search by industry or job title

3. Follow people who are interested in what you have to offer

Posting on LinkedIn

Posting on LinkedIn is just like posting anywhere else. You can post articles, share interesting content, and promote your business. However, you should be sure to post regularly and consistently. The more frequently you post, the more people will see your updates in their newsfeeds and the more likely they are to engage with them.

Have an active profile

If you don't have an active profile, how do people know who you are? It's important that you fill out all of your information on your profile so that potential clients can see what kind of business owner or freelancer you are. Make sure that everything from your title to your location is accurate so that anyone searching for someone like you knows exactly who they're looking for.

You interact with right people

Just like any other social media platform, there are certain ways of interacting with people on LinkedIn that will get better results than others

It's a much more custom approach rather than an automated approach.

What do I mean by that?

In LinkedIn, you can automate these processes so that the automated system will generate leads each week and you can also do more customized outreach which is more personal or you can do both.

By personal customized outreach, you can do high-value clients who are your dream client.

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