produced by john c ashworth
Getting on Base Every Day: The Power of Consistent, Valuable Content on LinkedInIn today's digital age,
Achieving success as a professional means more than just being good at your job. It's crucial to build connections and engage with others on social media platforms like LinkedIn. But with so many people vying for attention, how can you stand out from the crowd?
The answer: getting on base every day by creating consistent and valuable content.
On a recent episode of the johnny renaissance files, we explored the concept of getting on base every day. I highlighted the importance of creating content and comments on LinkedIn that add value for your audience, whether it's by sharing insightful perspectives, useful resources, or thought-provoking questions. But it's not just about producing content; it's about doing so consistently.
As I emphasized, it takes time and effort to gain traction on social media, and you won't see results overnight. However, by showing up every day and providing value, you'll slowly build a following of people who appreciate what you have to offer. And don't be fooled into thinking that a massive following is necessary. As I shared, it's all about making authentic connections with people who align with your values and professional goals. I shared a recent personal success story of how I connected with a professional organization for funeral directors in Europe, which will eventually led to more prospects and potential colleagues.
How to get on base every day on linkedin
How can you start getting on base every day? The first step is to commit to creating valuable content regularly. This could be as simple as sharing a relevant article or contributing a thoughtful comment to a post in your niche.
The second step is to engage with others on the platform by commenting on their posts, sharing their content, or connecting with them directly. If you're unsure where to start, I encourage you to subscribe and follow me on LinkedIn for more insights and connections. I've made it his mission to get on base every day and achieve success. Are you ready to join me?