“Facebook for dads” is that social media with a focus on career and networking, and here you (still) have great opportunities to build your personal brand.
On LinkedIn, it is important that you fill in a detailed profile with the most important things from your CV.
This applies to education, voluntary work and previous work, but most importantly information about your new freelancer.
In this way, visitors to your profile can quickly get an overview of who you are and what you can offer.
Therefore, start by updating your profile to suit your new freelance career.
Once this is done, it's time to reach out to your network.
Create any a post where you talk about your new service and ask your network for help in spreading the word by sharing your post in their network.
You can also expand your network on LinkedIn by searching for potential leads.
Do you work, e.g. with marketing, you can connect with small or medium business owners.
If you want, you can also easily reach out to the new connections with a small message, as long as you are careful not to make it too advertising or self-promoting.
Most others on LinkedIn are also there to expand their professional network and will be happy to connect with others within the same industry.
Be active on LinekdIn
One of the biggest opportunities LinkedIn provides is how you can communicate your service and expand your network through regular posts.
As a freelancer, it's an opportunity too big to pass up, so finally get to the keys. Also preferably before you decide to get started as a freelancer.