This episode from The Analytics Show Podcast is special in many different ways.
Firstly, it is the 50th episode of the show!
Secondly, there’s no guest in this episode. This episode is all about me sharing my expertise and knowledge of networking for data and analytics professionals.
I have been working on understanding the dynamics of networking on LinkedIn and researching all the methods of effective networking for quite some time now.
I have also been experimenting with new techniques and strategies from my LinkedIn profile and fine-tuning all the techniques that work the best.
I have also worked on developing and streamlining the content strategy that analytics professionals can get a lot of benefits from.
In this special episode, Jason shares with us:
- The importance of building a network to support your career.
- The use of LinkedIn for data professionals in their career growth.
- Why around 85% of all jobs are filled through networking.
- The implementation of LinkedIn content strategy for building authority and influence.
- Less than 1% of LinkedIn users post regular content, so the competition is very low.
- Content helps professionals to create multiple touchpoints for hiring managers and prospects.
- What to post, when to post, and how to post on LinkedIn.
- The efficacy of a LinkedIn content strategy against paid ad campaigns.
- How the LinkedIn algorithm works.
- The 3-step framework for making the LinkedIn algorithm work for you.
- Helping others—liking and commenting on others’ posts – can also increase your reach and visibility.
- How to find and outreach to LinkedIn connections.
- How to send the connection request and keep working on the relationship building.
So, if you are thinking of improving your networking skills and take your career to new growth avenues, this is the episode you shouldn’t miss.
You can also consider this wonderful course created by networking expert and LinkedIn Top Voice Steve Nouri on mastering LinkedIn networking – LinkedIn Professional Masterclass 2021.
More links about the guest
What is one book he would gift to his younger self:
- Working Backwards by Colin Bryar, Bill Carr