30-day LinkedIn challenge

You know LinkedIn works. You know you should do it. You even attended LinkedIn training and was so enthusiastic to start.

But then…you put it on hold.

The good news is that you’re not alone, it happens to many entrepreneurs. Many times.

What I’m offering now is not another training. It’s a 30-day challenge to finally make you do it.

Fight back LinkedIn resistance

In 30-days you’ll see an incredible improvement in your LinkedIn activity, and it becomes a habit.

And the best is that you do it step by step spending not more than an average of 15 minutes every day.

1. You join an online group of like-minded people who all fight with LinkedIn resistance. (It’s always more fun together.)

2. I give you a task every day and help with a tutorial on how to do that.

3. I hold you accountable and give you a gentle nudge when needed.

4. You can always ask questions, and we support each others’ posts with engagement.

5. Perfect for online networking: you get to know several entrepreneurs and they will also learn more about you.

In only 30 days! The next Challenge runs from 24 February to 24 March. No worries if you need a few days off, you can make up for the lag.


The Challenge covers all areas of your LinkedIn Growth

You won’t need more than an average of 15 minutes a day to make some improvement (there will be cheat days when you can make up for any lag.) Tasks will vary and cover all areas to help you grow on LinkedIn. We’ll work together on the below areas:

Getting connected

No-nonsense, easy-to-follow tasks to grow your connections and audience

Profile Optimisation

Tasks to update your profile to make it clear for connections what benefit you give them

Finding the right leads

Tasks to identify people who can be potentially interested in your post and service

Getting connected

Tasks to send connection requests and follow up messages to reach a high response rate

Writing exciting posts

Tasks to write exciting posts and articles that show your expertise and are easy to engage with

LinkedIn growth strategy

Tasks to comment and like each other’s posts, when applicable, to help with engagement.

Rewards for your work

Apart from the reward of seeing your profile improve and the engagement of your posts, you can get extra rewards.

Like the 50 Powerful Post Ideas e-book and one participant gets a free 3-hour LinkedIn consultation with Timea.

Who challenges you?

I’m Timea Kadar, the Director of London Marketing Club.

I have been working in marketing for 20 years, planning strategies and writing articles and posts that have an extraordinary number of readers.

Since LinkedIn was launched, I have spent thousands of pounds to study the platform and then tested several techniques on my and my clients’ profiles.

Today I reach a minimum of 2-4,000 views with each post, (often going up to 10,000 and trending for main keywords).  This leads to quality enquiries and an increased conversion rate of business.

I promise to keep you going throughout this LinkedIn Challenge and keep you going.

What you get out of the LinkedIn Challenge?

smile You will know what to do to grow and engage your connections.

smile You won’t be left alone to do it later, but the team will keep you going and not giving up.

smile You’ll be more confident with LinkedIn and more importantly, you’ll get into the habit of posting regularly to a growing audience – even if you hate writing.

smile You’ll get a lot of compliments, attention, and leads.

smile You will be in front of other participants who will get to know you more.


“What we got was a full-on strategy and tactics for creating engaging content and making intelligent comments on other people’s posts.

Everything Timea shared is very actionable and covered all the bases of where to find inspiration for content that people will actually want to read and interact with.”

Katie Glen, Consultant Hypnotherapist

“First-class professionally run course with practical tips to put into action straight away. You were an excellent host and included everyone in the group discussion with examples of what they could do to make it work for their own business.”

Caroline Somer, Somer Design

“An invaluable afternoon spent with you improving our LinkedIn profile and presence. You are a great listener!”

Jonathan Boyle, State Studio

“I learned how easy it is to connect.”

Pat Odje, PBelle Care

“Friendly and informal, good tips on what and how to post.”

Rachel Jarvis, ActionCOACH

Katie Glen

Business Therapist, Katie Glen Consulting


Your contribution 

The challenge is free for London Marketing Club members and has a small contribution for non-members. The aim is to make it accessible to everyone.

But don’t forget that the fee is just part of the contribution, you also have to invest some time:) Good news that there will cheat days when you can catch up.

The next challenge starts on 24 February and runs for 30 days.


Join the 30-day LinkedIn Challenge

Please make a payment of £22.8 (£19 + VAT) to the below account:

Francis Cooper Marketing Consultancy
Account number: 25102520
Sort code: 60-83-71
Please send me your billing details, and I send you an invoice: tk@franciscooper.com or via the below form.

(If you want to join the challenge for free as a member of London Marketing Club, message me for the details.)

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What is your investment?

LinkedIn training can cost anything between £290 to thousands. You can also outsource managing the whole profile for around £1,000. 

It will give you visibility but you won’t engage yourself with connections. Training gives you valuable knowledge but it’s hard to put everything in practice.

This is why I start this Challenge, to keep you informed, motivated and going in 30 days. Plus it’s really feasible, only £19 (and free for members).

Where and when is the LinkedIn Challenge?

The Challenge lasts for 30 days starting on 24th February (Monday), finishing on 24the March (Tuesday)

It’s in an online group so you can choose when to do the tasks. There will be cheat days when you can catch up on some of the tasks (or do extra if you want.) 

In the group, you can ask questions and the group and Timea will help you.

Is it for beginners or for pros?

It’s for anyone who’d like to get more engagement and like to do LinkedIn regularly to build relationships and network online.

How do we make sure you keep going?

Team spirit is a great motivator, and I’m always there for a gentle push:)

The daily tasks are easily doable, there will be a variety of easier and a bit more time-consuming tasks. You’ll always have time to catch up if you have a few days off.

At the weekends there’s no task, so it also gives you an opportunity to make up for the lag.

Why should you do LinkedIn?

LinkedIn is like being on the cover of the most popular magazines. For free. Every day.

It has lead to hundreds of connection requests, direct work, and speaking enquiries not just for me, but for many of my clients. Being active on LinkedIn is not purely an option anymore, but a must.

Good news is that it’s never late to start it, and it’s more fun together with others:)

Which industries is it for?

Frankly, any industry is welcome, because LinkedIn is for any industry (yes, also B2C). It’s online networking: being in front of people who know people. You do the tasks yourself so it’s always bespoke to your situation.