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The 2019’s meta of posting on LinkedIn every single day.


One of my new year’s meta was setting up a “publisher” like tactic for growing my LinkedIn network. As a friend of mine, Michel Jasper got really impressive results doing everyday text posting on LinkedIn, I decided to copy/inspire myself in his strategy. Also, I’ll replicate everyday text in this post translating it to english 😉

(I think this will be the longest wordpress post ever seen). 

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Money will not buy your own success. I’m working for something like two years already on my own company (http://hana.marketing), and another five years as a freelancer (web-dev/designer). What I wanna share today its about when you do contract someone to help you develop a product or to consult your own company, dont matter how much you pay for them, dont matter how good they are, if you don’t do your part on the dealing, it won’t work. I’ve been working for more then a year for a company that was rigid in listen to my suggestions, 6 months ago they left us saying that we wasn’t giving them the results they were expecting and were stagnant, after that they hired another 2 big companys (too much bigger than us)  and today they still on the same spot, didn’t move at all. Don’t matter if you have a ferrari and just rides on the first gear, it will be expensive and look cool as hell, but… it won’t go that faster as you were expecting and probably you will never get where you want to.

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The 2019’s meta of posting on LinkedIn every single day.


One of my new year’s meta was setting up a “publisher” like tactic for growing my LinkedIn network. As a friend of mine, Michel Jasper got really impressive results doing everyday text posting on LinkedIn, I decided to copy/inspire myself in his strategy. Also, I’ll replicate everyday text in this post translating it to english 😉

(I think this will be the longest wordpress post ever seen). 

1/360:

Money will not buy your own success. I’m working for something like two years already on my own company (http://hana.marketing), and another five years as a freelancer (web-dev/designer). What I wanna share today its about when you do contract someone to help you develop a product or to consult your own company, dont matter how much you pay for them, dont matter how good they are, if you don’t do your part on the dealing, it won’t work. I’ve been working for more then a year for a company that was rigid in listen to my suggestions, 6 months ago they left us saying that we wasn’t giving them the results they were expecting and were stagnant, after that they hired another 2 big companys (too much bigger than us)  and today they still on the same spot, didn’t move at all. Don’t matter if you have a ferrari and just rides on the first gear, it will be expensive and look cool as hell, but… it won’t go that faster as you were expecting and probably you will never get where you want to.

2/360: