Answer People Queries

You should take part in answering different questions of people in LinkedIn forum. If you answer people and really help them to solve their problems, you will be able to win the trust of your readers as they will consider you an expert and start following you on LinkedIn. They will also encourage their friends and family to join you. Hence, in this way you will have a natural increase in your connections circle.

Furthermore, if you do the same with your blog readers and Twitter followers, you will have attritional benefits.

Make Use of the LinkedIn Groups

There are two techniques by which you can accomplish this. First, you could create a group. This requires some proper time to make your own group. You also have to wait for weeks to achieve your desired goals.

The second method that is less time consuming is that you could join an existing group, related to your own niche. In this way, you can interact with the other group member to increase awareness about your own product/service.

Test New Ideas

Social media success depends on your creative thinking, so don’t shy from trying new ideas. Doing new experiments will also help you to lean more new things. This will also help you to find the best ppc strategies for promoting your product/service. So, always test new ideas to find something new.

 

John Rampton is a PPC Entrepreneur, Author, Founder at Due a finance company helping small business owners. Follow me on Twitter @johnrampton

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    on 10 Apr 12 at 2:53 am

    I can back this up. Having used linked in for driving traffic to one of my sites, I know that linkedin can drive targetted traffic, as long as you target the right groups on their site

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