8 Steps Chiropractors Can Take Toward Completing Their LinkedIn Profile

Chiropractic Marketing LinkedInBefore you can delve fully into using LinkedIn as a business, you need to master LinkedIn as an individual user. While many chiropractors have an account, their profile is often incomplete, making it essentially useless.

You might even say the only thing worse than not having a profile is having an incomplete one. Thus, assuming you already have some form of a LinkedIn profile — if not, go create one — lets complete your profile so you can attain social media greatness. 😉
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LinkedIn Basics for Chiropractors

LinkedIn Basics for ChiropractorsIf social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter are the Yellow Pages of the new century, then LinkedIn is the B2B directory.

Just as your social media pages can offer a great deal more than any ad in the Yellow Pages ever could, LinkedIn provides the opportunity to learn and do more than any printed media ad can do.

Think of it as a big mixer party for all the people with whom you may or may not do business: there are many chances to make new acquaintances and get introductions to professionals and business people you should know. Since it offers access to everywhere, it is the ultimate networking tool.
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4 Tips Chiropractors Can Use to Be Found on Linkedin

As of this writing, Alexa ranks Linkedin as the 29th most visited site in the world. Because of its online dominance chiropractors should be actively building a presence within this powerful networking tool.

According to Wikipedia, Linkedin is a business-oriented social networking site. Founded in December 2002 and launched in May 2003, it is mainly used for professional networking. As of 8 April 2010, Linkedin had more than 65 million registered users, spanning more than 200 countries and territories worldwide. The site is available in English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish.
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How to Connect Your Twitter Account to Your LinkedIn Profile

twitterinThis past Monday, November 9, Reid Hoffman, Co-founder of LinkedIn, and Biz Stone, Co-founder of Twitter, announced the ability to update your LinkedIn status through Twitter.

For many, this is great news!


Because it liberates the end-user from having to login to their LinkedIn profile just to make status updates. The benefits from a business-to-customer as well as business-to-business standpoint are significant simply due to the fact that Twitter is one of the most utilized social media tools available today.

To watch the announcement and gain insight on how to activate your LinkedIn account via Twitter’s API, watch the following video:
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