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Hi there! As a multifamily consultant and speaker with over 20 years of industry experience my goal is to help educate our industry professionals while inspiring them to find success from within! Here I'll share industry tips and tricks, marketing ideas and tons of other fun things. Thanks for taking a peek and be sure to scroll down and subscribe to my blog to be one of the first to see my newest content! I look forward to connecting with you and sharing ideas.

5 Ways to Use LinkedIn to Find New Employees (for FREE!)

Are you struggling these days to find qualified team members? You’re not alone! Many industry professionals have expressed the difficulties they’re having finding new hires. While we can boost our marketing efforts and throw more of the budget at trying to spread the word about the roles we have available, there is one resource we can use that is not only efficient, but FREE: LinkedIn. In this #ThirstyThursday episode, I share 5 ways that you can use LinkedIn to reach qualified industry professionals looking for a new company to join and get those crucial positions on your team filled! Comment and like if you want more tips like these!


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