I always am honored when someone asks me a question like this. I am curious about how many connections you have? If you go to the home page on your profile on the right it shows how many people viewed your profile. Click on it and see who’s viewed it and on the right of the next page it will show the number of weekly views. On average how many is that? There’s a little link above the charge to see the weekly times you show up in search what’s that say on average?
For now, go look at your profile. This is a big mistake we all make in the beginning with LI. Are you applying for a job or trying to attract customers? Because I bet if you thought I was a potential customer you would not tell me any of that stuff in the first five minutes of our conversation would you? Wouldn’t you tell me all the benefits of a new system, well hopefully you’d spend most the time letting me tell you what was wrong with my system now. On a profile you don’t get that opportunity so you just talk about me me me me. Because you know Louie that is all your customers really care about. In one part I saw four or six things you offer. I would make a current position for each of those and talk about how I can benefit from seamless data storage or whatever. Throw in a success story or two of typical customers.
Let me know the numbers and I will look again tomorrow. Take your time on the profile thing. I built mine over six months and I had the stuff written for my website. I keep changing it too. Just get started that’s all.
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