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Ian Brodie

Ian Brodie teaches consultants, coaches and other professionals to attract and win their ideal clients by becoming seen as authorities in their field.


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The “Mindreading” Technique for Effective Linked Profiles and Website Bios

Posted on 2nd June 2015.

This week's marketing video is the first in a series of “5 Minute Marketing Tips” where I aim to share powerful marketing tips in just 5 minutes or so.

Today's tip is on a question I get asked frequently: how to create an effective Linkedin Profile or bio for your website that will get your ideal client's attention and motivate them to contact you or visit your website.

In this video I share the “mindreading technique” – a simple but powerful approach that will tell you exactly what you need to put into your profile or bio.
 
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The New Linkedin Profile: What You Need To Do To Optimize Your Profile Today

Posted on 7th February 2013.

The profile has been updated again – here's my latest advice:

The Mindreading Technique for Effective Linkedin profiles »

Late last year I published one of my most popular videos ever: a guide to making an effective Linkedin profile.

Since then Linkedin have updated the format of profiles. Not massive changes: but there are some important things you need to update on your profile to get the most out of it as a client attracting tool.

In the video I take you step-by-step through those changes and how to address them.


 
If you’ve got any questions on profiles and what you need to do now, drop your questions in the comments and I'll get back to you as soon as I can.

You might also want to check out my earlier in-depth look at Linkedin profiles:

The Number One Linkedin Mistake And How To Fix It >>

Or help me to help improve more people's Linkedin profiles by tweeting this link:

Tweet ThisUpdate your Linkedin profile to optimize for the new format Tweet this >>.

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