Jacob Harmon
Jacob Harmon
I help businesses build trust and brand loyalty | 🎙 Podcast: Trust Cast | ⭐️ JMH Media
October 18, 2020

I’ve thought a lot about the hate, division, and polarization that we’re experiencing...

It seams like anyone that dare have a different opinion than me deserves hate..

Why?
How did we get here?
Where has civility and kindness gone?

Maybe we should start listening to the wisest, kindest man to ever walk the earth - our savior and older brother who said:

“Love your enemies, bless them that curse you, do good to them that hate you, and pray for them which despitefully use you.”—Matthew 5:44

#jacobsthoughts #faithandwork #love

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May 27, 2020

LinkedIn Profile Tips!

⭐️ LinkedIn profile tips! ⭐️

I was talking with Michele Prater today. She's trying to grow her business online, and we talked about LinkedIn. She requested a profile review and gave me permission to post. Thanks Michele!

Here are some tips:
- Make your profile image public.
- Create a great cover photo.
- Make your headline clear, easy to read, and impactful
- Have a good About section
- Feature content or links that show what you do.
- Complete your experience.
- Get endorsements from people you've worked with.

❓ What other #linkedintips do you have?

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June 16, 2020

Why is content so valuable?

🤔 Why is content so valuable? 🧐

Let me tell you! 👇🏻

People want to do business with other people. NOT with some corporate entity. Even large corporations often have personalities attached to them. Think Elon Musk and Tesla or John Legere and T-Mobile.

We want to do business with people we KNOW, LIKE, and TRUST.

Content is the way people get to know, like, and trust your business.

Create value, and people will provide value back to you.

If you need help with this, don't hesitate to let me know.

#content #contentmarketing #digitalmarketing #podcast #blog #socialmedia #value #branding

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April 23, 2020

Use Friction as a Tool

I've been thinking a lot about friction lately. Especially as I'm working from home and have more distractions than ever before.

Friction is simply a tool in our toolbox. Are you using it to your advantage?

⏫ We should increase friction in the things we want to stop doing. (example: move distracting apps to a distant page and folder on your phone).

⏬ We should decrease friction for the things we want to do more (example: I've started putting a book next to my bed so I read more often).

These ideas are not my own :) Thanks to Nir Eyal and his book, Indistractible, for helping me think about this.

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