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Wouldn't it be great if you could stop throwing spaghetti at the wall and focus on LinkedIn strategies that attract your ideal clients?
How might things shift for you in your business if you could:
That's exactly what we'll help you accomplish in the LinkedIn Engagement Group.
There's still time to become a Founding Member and get exclusive perks like:
Coaches and service providers who are triumphing on LinkedIn are clear on what their content strategy is and are confidently executing on it.
I planned five days a week of social media content through the end of October. So this is huge for me. And I just feel so much security in having that plan up. I still have to create that content, but I feel very satisfied and not so overwhelmed. So I'm really happy about that.
Plant-Based Lifestyle Coach, Green Sage
With the strategy and the techniques the LEG has helped me with, I get a better quality of engagement. I've got a nice healthy string of posts that have quality content, and any high-level contacts I look to engage with immediately accept my invitation to connect.
The main benefit I'm getting out of the LEG is really less stress and a roadmap of what I'm going to be doing on LinkedIn. Before I didn’t know what I was going to talk about. It was like I gotta get this post out now. Today, I sit down and pre-plan rather than stressing out on the day I need to post.
This is NOT your regular LinkedIn Pod
The classic definition of an engagement group (aka pod): A group of people who share links to their posts on agreed-upon days and times to then engage with one another (like and comment) within an hour of posting to make sure that the LinkedIn algorithm notices the post and puts it in front of more people that would otherwise not see the post.
We're doing it differently because we're putting an emphasis on community, connection, content creation, and accountability.
how it works
Each quarter of the LinkedIn Engagement Group includes:
- Weekly posting + engagement support (see details below)
- Three 60-minute best-practice review calls (one per month)
- One 2-hour planning session (one per quarter)
- Access to our LinkedIn Resource Library
Group posting times are Tuesdays - Fridays between 9:45 and 10:15 AM ET. You can choose any or all of those days to participate. On the days you participate you MUST comment and like on the other group members' posts.
It's really important to us that we know who everyone in the group is. When you join we'll schedule a 1:1 onboarding-strategy session where we:
- Get to know you, your business, and your goals
- Review your LinkedIn Profile
- Create a plan and set initial targets for how the LEG can support your LinkedIn strategy
If you're ready to join a group of creators dedicated to producing high-quality LinkedIn content to grow their following and their business, joining the LEG is a no brainer. We will help you stay accountable, have a better plan, track your progress, and improve your content and strategy over time.
Join now to become a Founding Member and start seeing better results on LinkedIn:
Meet Your Hosts: Nina + Robin
(They take content creation VERY seriously)
I'm so much more consistent with the Engagement Group. These things are a must to grow on LinkedIn, and Nina's the best!
CEO + Owner, Psych Up Academy, Best-selling Author
Nina, you're keeping me consistent and accountable. It makes a big difference, and I am practicing one fo my favorite marketing strategies: Commenting. I've also met some fantastic people!
CEO + Founder, Cravotta Media Group
The accountability that comes from posting in the group and then interacting and learning from the other members is pure gold. Thank you, Nina!
Podcaster, The Gratitude Geek Podcast
VIDEO PERSONALITY™: Storyteller with a dash of Entertainer
Nina has been in TV, film, and video production her entire life.
She’s seen it all from the early days on independent features, to big national TV commercials, corporate mega-shows, and Emmy award-winning documentary films, including one she produced and directed about Muslim children in New York City, called Abraham's Children.
She’s worked with stars like Sophia Loren, John Malkovich, and Wynton Marsalis, and interviewed Fortune 500 CEO’s.
Nina has negotiated with teamsters, clients, actors, crew, children, police officers, a few dogs, and one snake. All of them worth great stories.
Today, Nina is excited to enable business coaches and service-based entrepreneurs to create easy and impactful video marketing, so they can attract their ideal clients and be disruptors in their industry.
She loves spending time outside, especially at the lakes and in the mountains of Switzerland, where she was born and raised. She’s also a certified citizen pruner which affords her the privilege to prune, take care of, and advocate for the city trees of New York.
Nina’s owner is a Dachshund-Yorkie-mix, called Tigger.
Robin Friend Stift
VIDEO PERSONALITY™: Educator
Robin found his way to content strategy through two different angles. One was as a classically trained actor and theater producer and the other was as an educator.
As an actor and theater producer, he has a deep background in using storytelling to emotionally connect with audiences. As an educator, he has a talent for taking complex ideas and breaking them down so that they’re easy and fun to learn.
Content strategy for video marketing is a perfect mix of both. It’s all about delivering the right information, at the right moment, in the right way, to get prospects and leads engaged with our content and ideas.
Robin met Nina and joined Clock Wise in 2017 after being taken by the sense of camaraderie between Nina and the Clock Wise community and her vision of expanding it.
Behind every great woman is a man, that’s him. He tackles the big picture as well as everyday challenges at Clock Wise, and leaves Nina free to focus on her filmmaking and LinkedIn expertise.
In addition to strategizing and creating content with Clock Wise he also works with after-school programs and summer camps; helping them grow their programs with attractive content and email marketing.
In his free time, he hangs out with his wife and son, cat and friends, makes theater, and does gymnastics.