This normally happens (…or it’s meant to happen) once somebody has accepted our connection request but unfortunately, most people just leave it there and never actually initiate or engage in a conversation.
We need a few go-to scripts to kick things off, so I recorded this short video for you.
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What should we say as a conversation starter on LinkedIn?
Here are two frameworks you can try.
Thanks for connecting.
I see that we have many mutual contacts in ________ [in Brisbane or in consulting, or in whichever city or industry you happen to have a lot of mutual contacts]. What are you working on at the moment? As for me, I’m working on XYZ. Let’s keep in touch, Adam.”
“Hi _______. Nice to meet you. Congrats on what you’re doing at ________.
What’s your major focus at the moment?
As for me, I’m working on XYZ. Let’s keep in touch. Cheers, Adam.”
Those are two very simple, reliable conversation starter frameworks that you may like to adapt and use yourself.
I have plenty more proven frameworks for each stage of the nurturing process.
If you’d like to work with me privately to develop your own network of ideal prospects, please reply to this email with “Interested” in the subject line.
Are you a part of the Facebook group yet?
If not, ;)
Finally, if you’re a Brisbane-based marketing all-rounder with digital marketing skills,
That’s it for now.
It’s a long weekend here in Australia and I’m off for a swim!
Adam Franklin CEO – Bluewire Media Author of Web Marketing That Works
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1. Download theWeb Strategy Planning Template (PDF). Our flagship 1-page tool we co-created with David Meerman Scott. It’s been downloaded over 1 million times and featured on Forbes.
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3. . It’s a great place to get to know us better and hang out with peers.
5. Book a 1-on-1 Growth Session and we can explore how you can use LinkedIn to win 1-2 new high-value B2B clients in the next 90 days.
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