Inbound Marketing Webinar Series: Building Leads with LinkedIn

Inbound Marketing Webinar Series: Building Leads with LinkedIn

By Chad PollittMay 25 /2011
Building Leads with LinkedIn



Thanks to everyone who joined the Kuno Creative Inbound Marketing team and our guest Chuck Gose, Director of Business Development & Social Media for MediaTile,  and Co-founder of Indy Social Media, to learn how to build leads with LinkedIn.

If you were unable to attend, or would like a copy of the presentation, feel free to download the webinar slides below. Soon we will release the full video and audio of the presentation too. We'll send out an email to the attendees with a link to the video.

Reviewed in the Webinar:

  • Develop a powerful LinkedIn profile that the search engines love
  • Take advantage of company profiles
  • Learn more about what groups and Q&As can do for your networks and lead generation
  • How Kuno uses LinkedIn

How do you build leads using LinkedIn?

LinkedIn may not be as sexy as Facebook. Or as cool as Twitter. But sometimes, it's not about being sexy or cool. It's about being successful. And that's the opportunity LinkedIn gives its users. In this webinar, you'll hear about various strategies to maximize LinkedIn's potential to improve your personal brand while increasing leads for you and your company at the same time.

Indy Social MediaChuck Gose has more than 10 years’ experience in corporate communications and non-profit marketing with a proven track record of driving creativity and innovation. He's the co-founder and host of Indy Social Media, a local non-profit promoting Indianapolis as a digital hub. They conduct monthly events that sell out in minutes.

At MediaTile Chuck works closely with customers to access their digital signage network needs and recommend effective deployment scenarios, and impactful, influential content.

In 2009 he was named the Top Blogger in the Top 50 Indiana Blog competition and the Most Influential Social Media Dude at the Indiana Social Media Summit. He also received the President's Award from the Hoosier Chapter PRSA in 2010 for his board contributions. Chuck wanted us to let you know that he doesn't do anything in his free time because he doesn't have any.