Leveraging Video with LinkedIn Connections “Building Relationships Visually”

Connecting with LinkedIn Connections in 60 Seconds Doug Lehman 

Leveraging Video with LinkedIn Connections “Building Relationships Visually”

We all know LinkedIn is a powerful social networking tool especially for Business-to-Business Communication. LinkedIn has made it easy to share Visual Marketing Content on your profile. Here are some video strategies for engaging your ownLinkedIn Connections.

LinkedIn Connection Videos

LinkedIn Profile Page Welcome Video

Create a welcome page video thanking the reader for visiting your profile. The primary goal is to convey value for the reader and viewer. You are making an introduction not a sales pitch. This is may be your first impression online and the conversation and dialogue begins with building a relationship first. The simple call to action is to engage and connect.

LinkedIn Thank You Video “Personalize your message”

You just connected now it is time to follow up and video is a great platform to visually connect and personalize your message. Provide value and share some beneficial information that will personally resonate with your new connection. Share insightful content from the connection’s perspective and offer to connect further. A thank you video shows that you care about the connection and you value the new online relationship. You made an effort to connect further.

LinkedIn Status Update Videos

You are now connected online and the conversation begins. Why not inquire about updates from your connection via video or share relevant video content. This content can be your own original video content or other newsworthy sources. Be a content curator and trusted visual advisor. Show some interest in supporting and connecting further. The opportunity for business collaboration or partnerships may develop.

Ideas for Content Sharing Videos

  • Solution Videos: Answer a question or solve a problem
  • Share video testimonials and case studies in your industry
  • Share how-to-videos, Educational Videos
  • Share Video Chats, Google Hangouts, Webinars
  • Share Speaker Videos Industry Experts
  • Share Live Streaming Event Videos

The simple fact is relationships in business take time to grow and materialize. Leveraging Video can help humanize and nurture the online relationship. Online networking is a place where conversation starts and does not have to end there. The next best thing to being there is video and utilizing social networking sites like LinkedIn can help.

 

Let’s connect and collaborate through LinkedIn and Video.

In Lehman’s Terms “Video Collaboration Socially”

 

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Reconnecting my 1st Level LinkedIn Connections Video

First of all, I want to THANK all my first level connections on LinkedIn for connecting.  I started using LinkedIn back in March of 2007.  If you are open networker with thousands of connections or you have a smaller more intimate network, LinkedIn is a powerful collaboration tool.

 

Last week, I started to evaluate my social media networks on the basis on connections and contact engagement.  Why are we connected? What is our network relationship?  In some cases we engage frequently other cases we are a simple contact name on a growing list.

The purpose of this Video Blog Post is to put a name with face using Video to simply reconnect again on LinkedIn.  I would love to hear more about you and your business.  Please feel free to reach out and contact me if you need any assistance with my network or want to engage in more dialogue.  Let’s take full advantage of our connection on linkedIn and collaborate.

Now to put it in Lehman’s Terms

1)       Thank You for Connecting

2)       Let’s Engage, Reconnect and Collaborate

3)       I value our LinkedIn Connection on all levels of engagement

Sagie “The Dog” is not a LinkedIn Connection but a loyal contact.  How are we connected?


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