While I create content for LinkedIn daily to build my personal brand, it wasn’t until I started using templates created by some very smart people, that I started to get quality inbound leads from my intake form.
It’s daunting to stare at a blank page and figure out what the heck to write. In this post, I share 3 of the top templates I have had great success with.
I found them in 3 places: A tool called Typeshare, Ryan Musselman’s The Parade System, and following key influencers on Twitter.
I’m sharing the actual post and stats associated with it underneath.
Question 1: What is your topic?
Question 2: How would you insert it into these templates?
This [time frame], [an event happens]
Here are 10 helpful lessons I’ve learned.
She has [result]
Here’s what you probably don’t know:
When she first [action item]
How did this happen?
Here’s the story:
I [took an action] [time frame]
When I took [action step] It took me [time frame], but I finally [did something critical]
_______ is the most obvious thing to do, but the hardest thing to do. If you are curious about how I did it, here are the steps I took.
Tip: On LinkedIn, there is a dashboard under Home>Post Impressions>Top Performing Posts. You can sort by Impressions or engagements.
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