Whenever I hear that someone is starting a business or they own their own small business, I immediately have respect for them. Small businesses make up the majority of our extended network and we all work hard to raise each other up in the sea of the goliaths. I tend to lean on small businesses much more since every customer is a key customer… it's not just a promise, it's reality. Small businesses are turning to social networks more and more to lean on their network, find new customers, learn about their industry, an establish authority. LinkedIn is a centerpiece of these engagements.
E kahaha paha ʻoe i ka mea i loaʻa iā LinkedIn: 94% o nā loiloi noiʻi e hoʻohana ana i nā pāpili kaiaulu i ʻōlelo ua hoʻohana lākou ia mea no ke kūʻai aku ʻana, a ʻo 3 i ka 5 e ʻōlelo i nā hoʻoponopono kaiaulu no ka hana nui o ka hoʻopiʻi ʻana i nā mea kūʻai hou. No nā ʻoihana ulu hyper, ʻoi aku ka nui o ka pāpāho kaiaulu. Hoʻokomo lākou i ka pāpili kaiaulu ma mua o nā kahawai ʻē aʻe, a ʻae lākou he maikaʻi loa ia i ka hoʻokō ʻana i nā pahuhopu e like me ka brand, marketing content, a me ka hanauna alakaʻi.
makaikai. LinkedIn's new small business microsite e aʻo hou e pili ana i ka hiki iā LinkedIn ke kōkua iā ʻoe e hoʻokō i kāu mau pahuhopu ʻoihana like ʻole ma o ka pāpili kaiaulu.