Episode 62

Should you create content for LinkedIn?

Published on: 24th March, 2022

Episode 62: Should you create content for LinkedIn?

Welcome to episode sixty-two of the Cocktails & Content Creation Podcast! For this episode, we’re talking about whether or not you should create content for LinkedIn with Volta Voloshin-Smith of Color Snack.

In our sixty-second episode you’ll learn:

  • How to leverage LinkedIn as a creator
  • The types of content that perform best on the platform
  • How you can gain more clients/leads using LinkedIn
  • How LinkedIn isn’t just for the ‘corporate world’
  • How the LinkedIn algorithm helps your content be seen even weeks after it’s been posted
  • Easy ways to get started on the platform today

About our Guest:

An immigrant from Moldova, Volta Voloshin-Smith celebrates food with art and animation. Volta’s fine art pieces range from evocative still lifes that capture the nostalgia of meals shared with others, to playful birds on snacks that celebrate life’s simplest joys. 

Volta is the author of Watercolor Snacks, an instructional book on how to paint various foods with watercolors. She also hosts watercolor workshops and does brand activations for corporate clients like Dallas Mavericks, Home Depot, Michaels Stores, Buzzfeed, and others.  

Grace Hopper Cocktail:

  • 1 oz navy rum
  • 1 oz amaro nonino
  • .75 oz aperol
  • .25 oz luxardo
  • .75 oz pineapple juice
  • .25 oz lime juice

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Until next time, cheers to your next cocktail and happy content creating!

Kate & Jessie

Hosts of “The Cocktails and Content Creation Podcast”

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Cocktails & Content Creation
Sharing Easy Ways to Create Killer Content
Kate Andrews of Fashionably Kate & Co. and Jessie Wyman of Jessie Wyman Photography discuss easy ways take your own photos, build your brand, and garner a social media following all while living your best life.

We'll have expert guests on to discuss the best ways to use hashtags, how to build a booming Facebook group and how to find your message for your audience.

Follow us on Instagram, @cocktailsandcontentcreation, and join our Facebook group for more tips and tricks on making content creation easier for you!

About your hosts


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Jessie is a Boston commercial photographer specializing in branding, headshot, and product photography. She loves creating visual content that builds brands and helps her client's bottom line. Whether its getting them in front of their ideal audience as a service provider, or creating images for your products that boost sales, Jessie is here to help get you there.

There are a few things you should know about Jessie:

• She is completely obsessed with her weenie dog

• She loves sweatpants. If she's not out shooting, she can easily be found working all day in her pajamas.

• She loves watching murder mystery shows…the husband always did it

• She's always cold. It could be 90 degrees out and she will likely still be under a blanket while watching TV

• She never takes herself too seriously

• She constantly convinces her husband to ‘be a model for her’ - he’s learned to listen pretty well

Kate Andrews

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Kate Andrews is a fashion, lifestyle and travel blogger and freelance writer for several online outlets.

She began her professional career as a Television Producer, News Anchor, Reporter and Show Host in the Boston market. During her TV career, she interviewed celebrities like Emma Stone, Ryan Reynolds and Nicholas Cage. She has also reported live from Pope Francis' 2015 visit to the United States and at the 2011 Academy Awards. She has covered movie premieres, elections, and the March on Washington.

In November 2017, she founded Fashionably Kate & Co. as a creative outlet to share her passion for fashion and travel. She lives just north of Boston with her husband, Alex, their daughter, Arielle, and two cats, Sherlock Holmes and Dr. John Watson.