That voodoo that you do...I don't know how to do

I've officially made my third post on LinkedIn, this one titled: That voodoo that you do.

It's pretty interesting to me how vastly different each of these posts have performed. As of this blog post, I have nearly 10,000 hits on the first one and haven't hit the 200 mark on the second ones.  See all posts here

I remember Joshua Merritt of Hook and Lasso once told me not to be obsessed with the numbers... but I can't help it. I'm an ROI kind of gal. I can't help but wonder (channeling my inner Carrie Bradshaw) What is it about these posts that drive the most traffic? The title? The content? Why click? Why view one over another? 

Either way, I'll keep going. I don't have a particular cadence decided. I'm writing when I feel inspired and I feel it's something that someone can benefit from. I also like creating my little guy with Paper 53, so maybe I'll just keep blogging until I get tired of drawing :) 


Excuse me Sir, your strategy is showing...

I made my first ever LinkedIn Blog post... 

Excuse me Sir, your strategy is showing...

Excuse me Sir, your strategy is showing...

I was going to suggest to my GM that he should blog on LinkedIn, and I'm sure the first question would be why, and how. So what better way than to try it myself. 

Holy cow. 

I had no idea the reach I could experience until I did it. When I blog here, I usually promote (I think only my mom reads these) and then put it to bed. I might garner about 25 hits for the year, mostly to people who bounce. 

But LinkedIn is proving to be much different! As of this post, I have over 8,000 views, 500 likes and 30+ comments. That's amazing in my book. I'll try a few more to see if these type of results are typical, or if this was an anomaly.

My next post will likely be "that voodoo that you do that I don't know how to do." Another great quote I stole from an executive. Stay tuned.