As your LinkedIn network grows, the frequency of your connection requests increases, which is fantastic, however, with growth comes responsibilities.
It can be incredibly beneficial for any business professional to have a large network, but would it be more beneficial to have a smaller network where you are able to nurture relationships and help your connections?
We believe so, because isn’t that what social media is all about, being social? LinkedIn is the perfect platform to establish and build relationships with fellow professionals and potential clients.
However, as we mentioned before, you have to be responsible with your updates and interactions, so as to avoid falling foul of simple etiquette mistakes.
Do you find yourself doing any of the following?:
If you are doing any of the above, it’s time you started practising your LinkedIn etiquette. Once you’ve overcome these issues, you’ll find your connections increase and most importantly, begin to build relationships with your connections.
Let us know what you think by tweeting us at @harveyandhugo.
Related links: Can you promote your business through word of mouth on LinkedIn? http://harveyandhugo.com/can-promote-business-word-mouth-linkedin/
The anatomy of a LinkedIn Ad http://harveyandhugo.com/the-anatomy-of-a-linkedin-ad/