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The right sequence

Using audio on LinkedIn the right way
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It’s about them first

Get the attention and show you have listened.
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The fast lane

It sounded like music to his ears, a true ice breaker.
Old way: You had your first meeting. Great! Your 'champion' believes he can introduce you to the decision-maker but for some reason, he wasn't able to convey the message so it's put off for now. New way: You had your first meeting. Great! Your 'champion' believes he can introduce you to the decision-maker and you summarize your value in a 1-minute video so there is no information lost in translation.
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Inside referral

Effy got referred to a colleague and the appointment was made the same week.
Old way: make your presentation stand out with the use of Powerpoint. New way: Make yourself stand out with Pitch.com We need easier and more collaborative platforms to make virtual selling work.
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The trailer

How many prospects read your white paper?
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99 problems

Kayla at Domino Data Lab noticed her prospect was a Jay-Z fan.
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Make it EASI

By using an interesting background she was able to grab and keep attention.
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The best experience

Renee reached out to the CEO of an IT company in the hospitality industry.
Okay sequence: Firstly send a 20-second voice message and then the valuable content. Better sequence: Firstly send the valuable content and then a 20-second voice message. The second message you send is the first thing your contact person sees. The voice message makes you stand out.
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Weightlifting

Sam reached out to a prospect who sells weights online...
Presenting virtually is is to keep your energy high ⚡ Try using a stand on which to place your laptop so instead of sitting down during your meeting, you will be able to stand and move around. Your body language will change and become more active, which in turn will change your prospect’s attitude as well.
The best interface is your face according to VideoAsk. And they are 100% right. It's very hard to resist a smile and it directly influences how other people will respond to you. The tip is to smile in the camera and not to the people you see on your screen.
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Blazin’ wings

The account was a restaurant known for their hot wings.
When you suggest that there are two issues to discuss in a meeting by demonstrating this with two fingers, place the fingers closer to your body and not towards the screen, so both your words and gesture be seen and understood.
Video

Weightlifting

Sam reached out to a prospect who sells weights online...
Video

The trailer

How many prospects read your white paper?
Presenting virtually is is to keep your energy high ⚡ Try using a stand on which to place your laptop so instead of sitting down during your meeting, you will be able to stand and move around. Your body language will change and become more active, which in turn will change your prospect’s attitude as well.
Old way: make your presentation stand out with the use of Powerpoint. New way: Make yourself stand out with Pitch.com We need easier and more collaborative platforms to make virtual selling work.
Video

Inside referral

Effy got referred to a colleague and the appointment was made the same week.
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Your way

Michael Becker at Sbit helps hotels to level up their IT infrastructure.
Video

The fast lane

It sounded like music to his ears, a true ice breaker.
The best interface is your face according to VideoAsk. And they are 100% right. It's very hard to resist a smile and it directly influences how other people will respond to you. The tip is to smile in the camera and not to the people you see on your screen.
Video

Make it EASI

By using an interesting background she was able to grab and keep attention.
Video

It’s about them first

Get the attention and show you have listened.
Video

The best experience

Renee reached out to the CEO of an IT company in the hospitality industry.
Old way: You had your first meeting. Great! Your 'champion' believes he can introduce you to the decision-maker but for some reason, he wasn't able to convey the message so it's put off for now. New way: You had your first meeting. Great! Your 'champion' believes he can introduce you to the decision-maker and you summarize your value in a 1-minute video so there is no information lost in translation.
Okay sequence: Firstly send a 20-second voice message and then the valuable content. Better sequence: Firstly send the valuable content and then a 20-second voice message. The second message you send is the first thing your contact person sees. The voice message makes you stand out.
When you suggest that there are two issues to discuss in a meeting by demonstrating this with two fingers, place the fingers closer to your body and not towards the screen, so both your words and gesture be seen and understood.
Video

Blazin’ wings

The account was a restaurant known for their hot wings.
Video

99 problems

Kayla at Domino Data Lab noticed her prospect was a Jay-Z fan.