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6 Strategies for Getting More Out of Every Negotiation + More

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We hope you've had a great week! It's Friday, and today we're sharing what we've been reading online this week! Here are our "best" from around the web.

16 Strategies for Getting More Out of Every Negotiation— HubSpot

The ability to negotiate successfully can bring you and your business tremendous advantages. Imagine you could increase the values of your company’s contracts an additional 15% by negotiating higher rates. That’s an immediate increase in revenue for your business that comes as a direct result of your negotiation skills. This article shows you how to get better at negotiating.

2. What’s Brand New and What’s Coming with LinkedIn — TopDog Social Media

Recently LinkedIn has been pushing out tons of updates and new features that enhance the social media platform’s functionality and power as a tool for marketing. Are you aware of these LinkedIn marketing enhancers? This article covers all of the recent updates and the ones still to come. Many of these new features will help you streamline and ramp up your LinkedIn marketing efforts.

3. 5 Key Social Media Takeaways from the 2017 Internet Trends Report Social Media Today

This post discusses five important social media takeaways from the 2017 KPCB report that digital marketers need to know. After all, the better we understand recent social media trends, the better we can leverage them in our digital marketing strategies.

4. How to Improve Your LinkedIn Engagement — Social Media Examiner

Want your LinkedIn posts to attract more viewers? Wondering how to increase views and shares of your LinkedIn content? In this article, you’ll discover five simple tactics to improve engagement on your LinkedIn posts.

5. How to Determine if a Page is "Low Quality" in Google's Eyes — Moz

What are the factors Google considers when weighing whether a page is high or low quality, and how can you identify those pages yourself? There's a laundry list of things to examine to determine which pages make the grade and which don't, from searcher behavior to page load times to spelling mistakes.


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