Without contact details you can’t make money.
For those who say LinkedIn is dead, they’re a long way off.
Lots of bad content on a social media platform is a huge advantage, not a disadvantage. If you simply publish slightly better content then you can do what Justin did. You can quickly find a loyal audience who’ve been dying to find content worth engaging with.
Twitter is where you practice the inner-badass you’ve been hiding from the world, or your boss.
Bring a slightly controversial conversation to LinkedIn and you’ll quickly find an audience. There are people on LinkedIn who’ve spent their entire career hiding from the truth. Speak those truths.
Here are some examples: (1) Are most of your employer’s senior leaders male? Why is that? (2) Are you tired of job interviews where you put on a Broadway Show? (3) Does all the revenue talk exhaust you at work? (4) Does boarding a packed train every morning to go to work and jam in like sardines feel a little lame when VR technology could end the commute?
Being bold helps you find an audience.
Justin says he has posted every weekday for 30 months. That’s how he got to a point where he made $20K in 9 hours.
produce content every day.
We’ve got to see your content a lot and learn who you are before we ever spend a dollar with you.
creativity is how you get paid online.
You put the call-to-action link in the “featured” section of your LinkedIn profile.
The featured section is powerful because you can use external links, and LinkedIn’s algorithm doesn’t penalize you for it. Read that again.
the LinkedIn Featured section is a secret society that many content creators haven’t discovered. Why? It’s not obvious.
with a little creativity, you can find an audience for free and genuinely sell them what you have to offer in return for decent money.
make money on LinkedIn.
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