Social Selling Tips: LinkedIn Headlines for Sales Professionals

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Social Selling Tips: LinkedIn Headlines for Sales Professionals

Stumped on what to write in your headline on LinkedIn? The best LinkedIn profiles out there skip the default of “Current Job Title.” The problem with this format is that it doesn’t portray who you help, how you help, or what you actually do.

Merely listing your job title doesn’t speak to your prospects at all. Mario wrote about the importance of buyer-centricity in your LinkedIn headline when he revealed the ways to enhance your LinkedIn profile headline.

Make more of an impact by showing what you do and how you help. It’s also a great place to plug in a keyword or two. You want people to keep reading your profile and search for more information. Think of it as the title of a blog post. It should be intriguing, search-friendly, and entice you to read the article – or in this case, the rest of your LinkedIn profile.

So how do you do all of that when writing LinkedIn headlines for sales professionals and you’re limited to 120 characters? Keep reading to find out what Chuck Shaver, Director for Sales with Vengreso, recommends in his fourth Quick Tip of the Week video.

Stumped on what to write in your headline on #LinkedIn? The best LinkedIn profiles out there skip the default and do this instead. #SellingWithLinkedIn #DigitalSelling @ChuckShaverClick To Tweet

Chuck’s Quick Tips for LinkedIn Headlines for Sales Professionals

Did you know that an impactful professional headline on LinkedIn is just one of the strategies that you can use to attract the modern buyer? Do not rely on generic roles.  Instead, create something that informs professionals about you and your personal brand.

Use Chuck’s tips to get more connections on LinkedIn by updating your headline. Your headline should:

Make a lasting first impression and stand out from your competition that still has “Sales Development Representative” as their headline.

How to Update Your LinkedIn Headline

It’s easy to change your headline on LinkedIn. Chuck outlines these steps in the video too if you’d like a visual.

  1. Go to your LinkedIn profile.
  2. Click the blue pencil below your background image.
  3. Under your name, you’ll see a section to edit your headline. Update it following the tips above.
  4. Hit Save.
What is your LinkedIn headline missing? Find out and learn how to get more LinkedIn connections by updating your LinkedIn headline with @ChuckShaver’s tips! #SellingWithLinkedIn #DigitalSellingClick To Tweet

Don’t Stop With Your Headline!

Your whole LinkedIn profile as a sales professional should attract buyers and start conversations with them. Find out what you need to know to create the best first impression with your LinkedIn profile by downloading the Ultimate Guide to LinkedIn Profiles for Sales Professionals now!

The Ultimate Guide to LinkedIn Profile Optimization for Sales Professionals

Meaghan Alvarado

Meaghan Alvarado is one of Vengreso's social media and content writing masters. She is a valuable member of our social media client content writing team. She manages employee advocacy, and video marketing programs. Her more than ten years of experience in sales and digital marketing afford her the business acumen and insights to communicate our effectively with amazing results. In her spare time, you can find her practicing or teaching yoga, or watching Shark Tank alongside her husband and three dogs.

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  • Shristi Patni

    Hello…this is very useful blog to gives for the information about selling…thanks for this

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