Powerful, simple, about 30 million strong: Linkedin.com is an effective professional networking superstore. Just as you would use a hammer for some tasks and a screwdriver for others, Linkedin is one tool. It is most effective for professional online networking. Continue reading
Use Linkedin.com groups to build your personal brand, spark sales and new job leads. Use them. There are thousands of groups on every conceivable topic related to business. Continue reading
Linkedin Q&A. On the home page in the upper center there is a “Answers” button. You will see 20 question categories and each has a number of subcategories. You can ask and answer for hours it is addictive and very informative. Continue reading
Make friends before you need them (Harvey MacKay “Dig Your Well Before You’re Thirsty”). Networking should be an ongoing activity starting now and ending never. Continue reading
Do something with that line!!! I did a random sampling and found about 40-50% had no status. Don’t waste a good opportunity to communicate.
Some real examples from LinkedIn: Continue reading
Laura Sherman: guest blogger.
I joined linkedin.com (LI) two years ago and have had a lot of success using it to network. Continue reading
We are all told to network. So many forget the work part. They build a profile, invite close friends and mark it off the list. This is like planting seeds for Continue reading