Do you sell a B2B product and struggle with getting clients or even meetings?

I know the feeling. I've been the first sales hire at multiple startups and recently bootstrapped my own startup this past year (just sold it).

However, in 2020 I tried something I ignored in the past which brought me almost half of our clients. I used boring old LinkedIn, properly.

The tactics I used on LinkedIn brought me inbound interest from VC backed startups to publicly traded companies.

It also drove a ton of traffic to our website. And we closed a bunch of business.

I know, you're probably thinking LinkedIn is a nauseating stream of fortune cookie statuses by the most annoying people in the corporate world and overly aggressive salespeople.

And you'd be right.

However, that's why there's so much opportunity for people who use it properly.

There's so much low hanging fruit if you sell something in the B2B space on LinkedIn because your competition is noise and making no effort to use it the right way.

If you're curious what I know about LinedIn... check out the link below.

Here's a sampling of how to use LinkedIn properly: https://www.indiehackers.com/post/tips-and-tactics-to-grow-your-business-using-linkedin-5c1d03a787

Here's my shameless plug : I wrote a guide that I'm discounting from $39 to $19 for the next 48 hours.

It's 81 pages of actionable advice (plus proof of my results) with step by step instructions of what to do. If you don't think if provides value, i'll refund your money.

If you follow the instructions, you'll have prospects messaging you, you'll drive traffic to your site, and if your product solves a problem, you'll close some deals.

Here's the guide: https://gum.co/LinkedInGuide

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