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LinkedIn post written by AI

Business Development LinkedIn Posts Written by AI

a review and feedback

I’m back on business development and client hunting, I asked AI to write me a LinkedIn post asking for recommendations saying Get Fletch is looking for new clients without sounding desperate (I don’t want to attract the wrong type of clients). 

Let’s give it some constructive feedback. 

The length, I didn’t specify a length or character number but I’d say the best LinkedIn Posts are short. 

🔎🎯 Exciting Opportunities Await! Get Fletch is on the Hunt for New Clients! 🌟

Greetings, LinkedIn community! I hope this post finds you all in great spirits and thriving in your professional endeavours. Today, I am thrilled to share some exciting news: Get Fletch is actively seeking new clients to embark on mutually beneficial partnerships!

As a reputable and results-driven design and marketing service provider, Get Fletch takes pride in offering innovative solutions that truly make a difference for our clients. Our track record speaks for itself, showcasing successful collaborations with industry-leading organisations across diverse sectors.

We firmly believe that every business, regardless of its size, deserves a tailored approach to address its unique challenges. That’s why we’re reaching out to expand our client portfolio, to ensure that more companies can benefit from our expertise and take their operations to new heights.

At Get Fletch, we are committed to delivering exceptional results through our unwavering dedication, cutting-edge strategies, and a team of highly skilled professionals. Our aim is to forge strong, long-lasting partnerships built on trust, integrity, and a shared vision for success.

If you know of any businesses or colleagues who could benefit from our services, we would greatly appreciate your kind referrals. Your support means the world to us and allows us to continue doing what we love – helping companies thrive and achieve their full potential.

Please feel free to connect with me directly or visit our website to learn more about how Get Fletch can assist your organisation. Together, let’s explore new horizons and unlock limitless possibilities!

Thank you all for your continued support, and here’s to exciting collaborations on the horizon! 🚀

#GetFletch #NewClients #Partnerships #BusinessGrowth #Innovation #Opportunities #ThrivingTogether

The headline

🔎🎯 Exciting Opportunities Await! Get Fletch is on the Hunt for New Clients! 🌟

The headline doesn’t project the Get Fletch brand or tone, but will it work for the LinkedIn audience? Do the emojis add any value? It would be great to A/B test but I don’t have the audience to generate any meaningful data. 

The opening paragraph in my opinion is just awful. Any message starting with ‘greetings’ immediately feels like spam or is untrustworthy to me. Starting with ‘Today, I am thrilled to share some exciting news…’ gets to the point a lot quicker, and could entice the reader but it doesn’t say immediately what I want to get across, let’s keep in mind on LinkedIn people are scrolling so only scanning the text to see if they want to read further. 

The second paragraph uses the phrase ‘service provider’ which sounds like it was written by an academic, I would change it to simply ‘agency’ as the Get Fletch target audience knows ‘marketing agency’. 

The third and fourth paragraphs are all true but just fluff. 

The close is too long and isn’t punchy enough, it doesn’t give the reader any incentive to help. Although, when working on new slogans last week ‘horizon’ came up (I wonder if it’s reading my notes app, spoiler it’s not). The close mentions ‘services’ but not what the services are and I wouldn’t use the word ‘connect’ unless talking about my internet connection.

I see the benefits of AI but it’s not there yet from a branding point of view. Yes, it’s great for SEO articles that are the right length to rank with Google algorithms, how true the content is, I don’t know. I think there will be new services in the not-to-distant future for ‘fact-checking AI responses.

Overall I think it’s a great starting point but not ‘on brand’ and would probably attract the wrong sort of clients. 

The close tweaked

If you know of any businesses or colleagues who could benefit from our design, marketing and web development services, we always love your referrals and you know your referral will make you look good, we won’t let you down. If not now, a LinkedIn recommendation would be lovely. Your support is always appreciated and the usual client referral commissions apply (a pint or bottle of something nice). 

You know how easy I am to get hold of so don’t hesitate to share my details but do give me a ‘heads up’.