How to Effectively Use LinkedIn Sponsored Updates


AJ Wilcox, one of the superstar Missing Link LinkedIn group members (and a LinkedIn ads expert), shares a case study you’ll want to emulate to get the most out of Sponsored Updates on LinkedIn.

Get this, AJ took his target goal from 600,000 prospects all the way to 2.1 million in just a few steps.

And, if you don’t think you need to follow through on your analytics research for your ad campaigns, AJ shares why you need to look at the entire sales funnel. The benefit and cost savings for your ad campaigns and their effectiveness will make you a believer.

In this 30-minute jam-packed episode, AJ Wilcox shares amazing statistics, tips, tools, and information that Sean Jackson and Mica Gadhia know you’ll want to use.

Join Sean and Mica as AJ shows you how to take your targeted campaign further than you thought possible. And it’s not the way you might have expected.

In this episode of The Missing Link, you’ll learn:

  • Why you don’t want to always use job titles to build your audience
  • The importance of native advertising using Sponsored Updates
  • Why optimizing your site for mobile is imperative
  • Helpful information about adblocking
  • How AJ Wilcox can help you if you need it

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