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Black friday

(black friday, black, friday, the, you, to, for, and)

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Lea 🌈 Turner


Just for the record, I’m NOT doing a Black Friday sale, because 👉🏻 my mortgage isn’t less this month 👉🏻 my energy prices are higher 👉🏻 my freelancers deserve their full rates 👉🏻 most of the retail ‘sales’ are an absolute farce You don’t NEED the exercise bike off Amazon that realistically you’re only going to hang your clothes on 👀 And you don’t NEED to offer discounts on your services. You’re always worth full price ✌️ #BlackFriday (But you might need my 2 hour LinkedIn webinar tomorrow - 9 spots remaining and not discounted 👉🏻 https://lnkd.in/emiPZv7n )


I'm giving away 3 free copies of my $150 course. Who wants one? I'll go through my likes/replies in 72 hours and give some out. But first, let me explain why... I've never liked the timing of Black Friday. First, a day for family, giving thanks, and gratitude. Then, immediately after, a massive spending spree. Some people love it, and that's fine, but I'd prefer it to be on a different day. So I'm putting my BFCM sale on a different day. 4 days from today, I'm gonna offer some steep discounts. I'm giving out freebies to hype that sale up. If you don't get a free one, keep an eye out for the discounts. They'll be coming at you soon. P.S. I'll only offer a limited number of copies, so if you really want one, join my newsletter to get first crack at them. Link in the replies below 👇


Black Friday is the start of the holiday season.  But as the shopping frenzy comes to an incredible opportunity for your small business to drum up a lot of holiday sales. On average, in-store discounts fall around the 20% off range the week of Thanksgiving and rise to roughly 37% on Thanksgiving and Black Friday. To leverage one of the biggest shopping holidays of the year, you should plan your Black Friday email campaign ahead of time and start executing it. And to help you win in this Black Friday email campaign, sharing with you 3 tips on how you can earn it. Follow Tilak Bobby to know more about the festive email campaign. #emailmarketing #blackfriday #email #festiveseason #emailmarketingservices

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(thanksgiving, gratitude, grateful, thankful, for, and, to, the)

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I just want to say a quick "thank you" on Thanksgiving. If you're one of the 325,000+ people who gave me a sliver of your attention this year, just know that I deeply appreciate it. I know you have a lot of choices about how you spend your valuable time, and I that's not lost on me. If I lost your attention for some reason in 2022, I hope it's because you started doing so much cool sh*t on your own, that you no longer had any attention to give. You deserve that for yourself. Have a wonderful day with your family or friends, eat some great food, and go outside. LinkedIn will be here tomorrow. Happy Thanksgiving.


Turkey is to Thanksgiving as SQL is to analytics 🙌 Wishing everyone a heart full of gratitude and a belly full of something yummy tomorrow.. whether or not that happens to also take the form of turkey and celebrating Thanksgiving ❤ This was my first time adding animations to video 🤗


I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving. I know I did. We have so much to be thankful for as we head into the belly of the Q4 beast. We should all take a second and feel gratitude. Whether for your friends, family, SDR, or Elon Musk… Because Q4 ain’t going anywhere. Now back to the phones.


World cup

(world cup, the, cup, world, football, in, qatar, and)

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Emad Saif 🇵🇸


The Japanese fans did something amazing and unexpected at the end of the opening match (Qatar vs. Ecuador) at FIFA 2022 in Qatar! They started cleaning the stadium from rubbish and collecting the flags off the floor as a sign of respect for the countries. It wasn't even their match but they cleaned it anyway! When asked about the reason, one Japanese fan said "Japanese never leave rubbish behind". What an amazing way to lead by example and show the beauty of cultures at FIFA 2022. Let's keep an eye on these beautiful stories and learn from each other 🙌 #respect #japan #worldcup2022 #fifaworldcup2022 #qatar

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Thomas Hal Robson-Kanu


Germany have sent a very clear message to FIFA after not being allowed to wear the OneLove armband. A bold, courageous statement from the German players. A statement no other team has been brave enough to make in the tournament so far.

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This is how the Japanese Men’s team left the dressing room after their win at the World Cup yesterday... In 2018 they did the same thing and left a thank you note for the hosts in 3 languages... On top of this... photo's have emerged of large groups of Japanese fans staying behind after the game to clean all of the stands. This isn't just a clean dressing room, it's a clear demonstration of values. It's a statement about respect, gratitude and attention to detail. The small things are the biggest indicator of the big things - your values. Huge respect for the Japanese national team and their wonderful culture, values and people.



(data, python, data science, science, learning, machine learning, datascience, the)

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Nick Singh 📕🐒


Data Science has SOOOOO much to explore! Here's an amazing map to guide your Data Science journey, let's walk through it👇 Start by sailing around the Sea of 𝗣𝗿𝗼𝗯𝗮𝗯𝗶𝗹𝗶𝘁𝘆 & 𝗦𝘁𝗮𝘁𝗶𝘀𝘁𝗶𝗰𝘀, while also learning how to extract value and connect it to the business side. Then only drift towards the Bay of Computer Science and the choppy seas of MLOps! For the uninitiated seafarer, only venture into deeper and stormier waters when you've mastered calmer and shallower ones🌊 𝗧𝗵𝗲𝗿𝗲 𝗯𝗲 𝗱𝗿𝗮𝗴𝗼𝗻𝘀 and rough waters around Deep Learning Point — dangerous for beginners, despite how accessible and alluring it seems! Lastly, other exciting seas such as 𝗔𝗰𝘁𝘂𝗮𝗿𝗶𝗮𝗹 𝗦𝗰𝗶𝗲𝗻𝗰𝗲 🎲 , Econometrics, Financial Quantitative Analysis, Biostatistics, and Operations Research are typically not seen as part of data science But very skilled data sailors learned their ropes in those waters! === All credit goes to Serg Masís who illustrated this beautiful map, and wrote an amazing book "Interpretable Machine Learning with Python" (highly recommend you check it out!) Also, if you want my 10-page guide on How to Break Into Data Science in 2022, see the article I linked in the comments:

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Gina Acosta Gutiérrez


🚀 Top 6 Github Repos to Learn Python and Data Science 👨‍💻 1. Learn Python 3 By Jerry Pussinen 🌐 https://lnkd.in/eVbza36G 2. All algorithms implemented in Python By The Algorithms 🌐 https://lnkd.in/eEU8uNkZ 3. Data Science Resources By Jonathan Bower 🌐 https://lnkd.in/e8Qwnw_K 4. Awesome Data Science By Fatih Aktürk, Hüseyin Mert & Osman Ungur, Recep Erol 🌐 https://lnkd.in/e-Nj8iRJ 5. Data Science Best Resources By Tirthajyoti Sarkar 🌐 https://lnkd.in/eEgxBKqG 6. Data Scientist Roadmap By MrMimic 🌐 https://lnkd.in/e7fJ8p3Y #python #data #datascience #dataengineering #machinelearning #ai #artificialintelligence #programming



(writing, write, you, the, to, it, your, and)

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𝐄𝐌𝐏𝐓𝐘 𝐖𝐎𝐑𝐃𝐒 What are empty words? These are the words make your copy weaker, less appealing, and a bit tacky. It’s best to avoid them. Take note of these words and start building your Empty Words list to run your copy through during your editing phase. I have included few examples as well for you to better understand the same. Here is my basic Empty Words checklist: ✅Really 𝕱𝖔𝖗 𝖊𝖝𝖆𝖒𝖕𝖑𝖊: “Alia did a really wonderful job cooking up the meal” You have the same meaning when writing, “Alia did a wonderful job cooking up the meal.” Ditch it from your writing. ✅Just 𝕱𝖔𝖗 𝖊𝖝𝖆𝖒𝖕𝖑𝖊: “In case I’m not at my desk, just leave the file on my chair.” Another 𝖊𝖝𝖆𝖒𝖕𝖑𝖊 “Just following-up on my email to confirm lunch.” In both sentences, “just” weakens the sentence. Remove “just” and be done with it. ✅That (in most cases) If a sentence still makes sense after removing “that,” delete it. 𝕱𝖔𝖗 𝖊𝖝𝖆𝖒𝖕𝖑𝖊 “This is the most amazing blog post that I’ve ever read.” can be, “This is the most amazing blog post I’ve ever read.” Other similar words: ✅Only ✅A lot ✅Very ✅Always ✅Never ✅Quite ✅Perhaps ✅Stuff ✅Kind of ✅Sort of ✅Basically ✅Actually ⏫Removing these words alone will improve the impact of your copy. ⏫Start building your list today! #writing #contentstrategy #personalbranding


I wake up at 6 am each morning. And drink an Iced Americano (maybe two). I meditate. Lift weights. And open my notebook. I see my 4 writing tasks (that I organized the night before). I begin writing - no distractions, no BS, no fluff. Feeling accomplished, I publish my content. I've contributed to my community empire for the day. Consistency wins. Write daily.


I've edited 3+ million words in 5 years. "Step away for 12 hours, then edit" is elementary advice. Here's the 3-step process pros use to polish drafts to (near) perfection: #contentwriting #contentmarketing



(startup, to, founders, the, and, startups, you, of)

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Vaibhav Sisinty ↗️


Today I am going to tell you the story of the founder who deleted his own startup, A startup which already had 300K+ users  And in the few seconds it was all gone. Well, the startup name is GrowthSchool and the founder is me 😅 Here is the mad story on how we went about firefighting to fix it in less than 24 hours  The reason why I share this f#*k up story is to remind everyone, We celebrate wins way too much , But forget to talk about the screwup’s Everyone makes mistakes and it’s absolutely find as long as you don’t repeat it. Thoughts?

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Andrew Gazdecki


You don’t need to build a billion dollar startup to be successful. If you’re happy and able to pay your bills you’ve won the game. Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise.


"If an AE hit $1M at Salesforce, they should hit $1M for us." - Virtually every startup founder. - Myself included. Speaking from personal experience, here's why that fails. I hit my $1M quota as an AE at Salesforce - I've also been AE#1 at another startup - I was also my own AE #1 at my own startup - And I didn't come anywhere close to $1M in either Why not? The difference between startups and mature sales orgs: - We didn't have our ICP Defined - We didn't have our Buyer Persona Defined - We hadn't tested and proven the right messaging - We didn't have inbound any lead generation in either - We didn't have our Salesforce implemented well in either - We didn't have well designed outbound sequences in either - We didn't have marketing and sales assets, SEs, specialists, etc. Every single thing I did took 10X the time and effort. - I spent a LOT of time calling the wrong companies - I spent a LOT of time calling the wrong contacts - I spent a LOT of time creating my own assets - I spent a LOT of time on prospecting lists - I had to implement Salesforce all myself - I had to build proposals from scratch - I had to update contracts myself If we had just one good RevOps Person, I could have: - Spent much more time calling the right people - Leveraged RevOps to analyze what messaging works - Saved time implementing Salesforce and uploading data - Worked twice as efficiently & effectively every single day - Brought in revenue faster to fund investments into marketing - Let someone else focus on analyze what works in aggregate - So I could focus on what works in each step of my own process - And the whole revenue team could get better much much faster ✌️



(saas, the, to, you, and, is, your, of)

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"Wow, I couldn’t have booked that meeting without my degree." Said no salesperson ever. So, if that job requires a bachelor‘s degree don‘t stress it. Apply anyway. Some of the best salespeople I know never saw a university from the inside. Believe in yourself. If you don’t, no one will✌️ #sales #saas #career


If you read one thing I post this year, let it be this: OpenView’s 6th annual SaaS benchmarks report. Everyone wants to see how they measure up to their peers. I’ve included the median along with the range from 25th to 75th percentile across the key SaaS metrics you care about: growth, burn rates, NDR, CAC payback, etc. This comes from survey data across 600+ software companies — with roughly half generating between $1M to $10M in ARR. You can check out the full report for insights on hiring trends, SaaS valuations, PLG adoption and much more: https://lnkd.in/eN3HiC_C I’m biased, but I think this is the best report we’ve ever put out — shoutout to Curtis Townshend, our sponsor Chargebee and the OV marketing team Let us know what insights stand out to you and thanks again for your support in making this happen 🙌 #benchmarks #software #startups #growth

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(email, emails, your, cold, to, you, the, and)

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I have a work email folder called Good Vibes with all the kind notes clients and strangers have sent me. I look thru it whenever I'm fighting imposter syndrome or need some motivation. It’s also great for updating your resume with impactful accomplishments. Give it a try if you need a reminder of how awesome you are or could use some more positivity at work :)

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💜 Will Allred


I'm starting to think that email didn't find them well.


It is often best to repeat a specific question to be sure both questioner and responder are crystal clear on what is being asked and answered. In an email, this is often as simple as cutting and pasting the questions into the body of the text. #principleoftheday

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(content, your, you, to, the, and, of, it)

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Stop creating new blog content. Do this instead: 1. Go to Search Console 2. Filter for the last 28 days 3. Export your query data 4. Filter queries in positions 4-20 5. Prioritise queries to increase ranking Then find ways to better optimise for those queries within your existing content. For example: - Write new sections - Add to existing sections - Optimise existing headings - Write the featured snippet (if present) Take the rest of the year to focus on getting more out of your current assets. Your 2023 will start better for it. P.S. I'll link my 25-step content optimisation checklist in the comments below (I posted it recently).


What would I do if I had to start from ZERO? Over the last two years, I have experimented with various elements to evolve as a content creator and to grow my travel family to over 400k+ people. But if I had to go back to zero, here are the skills I’d prioritize over everything else. ➡ Sincerity & Consistency. It’s more than just a hobby. You need to be as serious about creating content as you'd be with your other well-paid job. Be sincere, plan ahead and stay consistent. You’ll see results ➡ Time Management Can't emphasise how important this is! As a travel content creator, with a packed travel routine - I need to carve out time for ideating, strategizing, shooting and editing content. So time management and taking adequate breaks while traveling was crucial. ➡ Self-Confidence; know how to work the camera As a content creator, you need to let go of the fear of judgement. You need to let go of the awkwardness. It’s just you, your camera and your audience. Don’t let judgement from others stop you! ➡ Stay true to your core As a content creator, your line of work is very different from that of a movie star. You’re not acting, this is your life. Try to bring your most authentic self, no matter what genre you pick. Only if you can connect with your own ideas, can your audience connect with you. Don’t blindly follow trends! Which skill do you think you need to work more on? Tell me in the comments! #contentcreator #hardwork #timemanagement #womeninbusiness #work #travel

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4 years ago, I pressed publish on my first piece of content. Since then I've met incredible creators, invested $100k+ in friends, and built the lifestyle business that I always dreamed of. To this day, I have no idea what each piece of content will do, but I publish knowing the upside. I hope you'll join me on the wild, wacky and wonderful platform.



(business, you, to, the, entrepreneurship, and, entrepreneur, your)

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One of the most valuable shifts I made as an entrepreneur was going from: Envy: “This guy makes more than me, but he’s unethical. I hate him. Boo!” To Curiosity: “Anyone who makes more $ than me is better than me in some way at the game of business. I should learn what it is.” #mindsetshift #perspectiveshift #entrepreneur


Being an entrepreneur is no picnic. You have to be willing to embrace ambuigity and uncertainty. It is just not possible to control the unannounced and unanticipated curve balls that this journey throws you. But, The more exams you give, the better you will learn the ropes of enterpreneurship. And that my friend is the key to lasting enterprenurial success. Experience is called "the best teacher" for a reason:) #success #entrepreneurship #business #personalbranding


What is the qualification for being an entrepreneur? Most young aspiring entrepreneurs ask me this question about whether they should do a professional course before starting a business and many questions. Think of businesses around you, local markets, and shops near your home. Are those entrepreneurs have any professional degrees? They are successful businesses. Entrepreneurship needs no qualification.  If you have a clear vision and willingness to pursue your dream relentlessly, you could quickly start and succeed in business. Some of the essential traits you need to be qualified for entrepreneurship are: - Focus - Passion - Problem-solving Ability - Self Discipline - Opportunistic Nature The mindset becomes a way of life for the entrepreneur. The entrepreneurial mindset should include futuristic ideas and constant research to improve products and business. So, do not let any degree stop you. If you have an idea and the courage to execute it, jump into the market. The rest of the essential things you will learn throughout.

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How can I use those trending topics in my posts?

Using what’s popular on Linkedin is a great way of making relevant, high-performing content that attracts an audience. If that’s what you’re most interested in, we suggest you start including some of those topics inside your posts, if these are relevant.

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I want me or my brand to be a trending topic, how can I do that?

If your goal is to be in what people call “TT” (Trending topics), let us start by saying: it’s complicated. There’s tens of thousands of topics that are being talked about every day on Linkedin, and no one knows exactly what’s behind Linkedin's algorithm to define them.

Instead of shooting for trending topics, you should probably focus more on building the right audience over time. Sure, if your hashtag is amongst trending topics it will give you a lift in reach and impressions. But that’s only temporary and it’s much more efficient to focus on consistent growth.

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