10. Lindsey Gamell
Average Post Engagement: 175
How LinkedIn has helped you in your careers or businesses:
LinkedIn originally was a resource for job searches but it has evolved into an amazing networking and sales platform, growing my network to 5000 plus.
Tips on how to Thrive in LinkedIn:
Every person will find a different frequency of posting provides the results they seek. For me, I try to post 3 times a week. Typically, I will post a work related and then two more personal messages. I always find a way to tie my posts into my mission (Wheels and Brakes), but the key is to be authentic in your message and content creation. When branding yourself, you need to find the thing that makes you unique. What is the thing you possess that no one else has? Figure that out, and then use it! Try to remain positive in your posts and interactions and make sure you are highlighting your personality.
What I use Linkedin for:
Networking, marketing and building relationships.
Number of Followers:
Who am I:
My life’s purpose is to bring value, and shine my bright shiny light into a dark world. I am passionate about the aviation industry, and consider it my first true love. Some people would say: “but your job can’t love you back.” And to that I say: “when you wake up every day excited about what you do, when you can touch lives around the world every day, and when you’re professionally fulfilled and come home happy and in a good mood…yes, Yes it does!”
What I do:
I develop new business for my organization, and manage the America’s programs division.
Why you should follow me on Linkedin:
I like to inspire others, bring a little humor to life, and educate through my posts on this platform. If you’re needing a smile, a laugh, or are intrigued by aviation – you should follow me!
Who I follow on Linkedin
Erika Armstrong, Kristin Olson-Kott, Sara Blakely, Mary Kirby, Grant Cardone, Gary Vaynerchuk. Power houses with a unique voice, and women who march to the beat of their own drum
Lindsey’s Favorite Post
❝This was one of the first posts where I got real with my audience. I shared from my childhood and how I grew up, what brought me to aviation, and why I love this industry. The post took off far beyond my expectations, and brought me new insight into other’s lives who shared their stories with me. Being vulnerable online is tough because you open up to other’s opinions, criticisms and sometimes even cruelty – but sharing your true self is so worth it.❞