How to Monetize LinkedIn Groups

If you’re tired of all the *old ways* of marketing:

Spending money on Google Ads.
Spending money on Facebook Ads.
Joint Ventures.
Setting up funnels.
Cold emails.

And you just want a simple way to scale, and grow your business, then I’ve got a special treat for you

During this recorded FB Live, I show you our behind the scenes strategies on *How to Monetize LinkedIn Groups*

Right now, we’re using LinkedIn Groups to drive business for $1M+ companies and startups

– No posting content.
– No messaging your 1st degree connections.
– No bots and risk getting your account shutdown.

Almost nobody is marketing this way right now.

Which is why you might want to check it out

Got questions that you want me to answer in the comments below?

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  • Suzanne Daniels

    Reply Reply March 17, 2021

    My ideal client/buyer avatar: startup entrepreneur/founders/CEOs in business for a minimum of 12 months. his/her business has experienced accelerated growth and now not confident that ready to deal with the growth surge due to no systems, processes, also wants the coaching aspect together with all the operational support

    • Steve

      Reply Reply March 17, 2021

      hey Suzanne – there is a CEO/President Group that I showcase on the recording, but it sounds like your market is broad enough that there is more than enough opportunity for you to monetize LinkedIn :-)

  • Stephen Anderson

    Reply Reply March 17, 2021

    My perfect client is any company or industry that has more than 5 employees. Also any commercial property owners.

  • Graham

    Reply Reply April 29, 2021

    Hi, Stephen. My ideal client is a ‘successful man’ considering retirement but dreading it.

    • Steve

      Reply Reply April 29, 2021

      hey Graham, unless you can find a way to find someone “considering retirement” I’m not sure how you find them on LinkedIn. When I looked up US contacts with the word ‘retired’ on their LinkedIn profile, 3 Million names came up. But “considering retirement” is too vague to run a good search my friend.

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