My good friend Lori Ruff posted an article today about getting a direct link to your LinkedIn recommendations. Technically, she's correct -- there's no way to make a link directly to your LinkedIn recommendations, i.e., a link that you could share with other people. However, there's an app for that, sort of...
Networking Skills, Seasonal, Social Networking
Do you want to be more involved with LinkedIn and social media this coming year? Or have you been on LinkedIn for a long time...
Networking Skills, Using LinkedIn
Do you go to conferences and feel awkward, not knowing what to do or what to say? It’s happened to me. In fact in the...
Social Networking, Using LinkedIn
Almost everyone I’ve talked to recently has asked me this question. Do you also feel pushed for time? There’s also a lot of pressure to...
In our crazy busy world, I’m always looking for ways to save time and accomplish more each day. LinkedIn is my number one timesaver. Here...
LinkedIn recently shared an infographic on their blog about LinkedIn Company Pages. It's mostly just fun/fluff, but towards the end there's a really useful gem of information: "What updates get the most action?"
Email headlines are read by about 8 out of 10 people. Only about 2 out of 10 will read the rest of your message. That means the way you write the email Subject line makes the difference. This also carries over to LinkedIn InMails. Here are five tips to increase your InMail responses.
LinkedIn 101, Using LinkedIn
So you've gone click-happy with the endorsements on LinkedIn and now you're a sad panda because you're contributing to making them out to be more of an expert than they are, putting your own reputation on the line for this person you barely know (and who may not even be real). How do you "unendorse" them?
Used by 98% of recruiters, LinkedIn is the #1 social network for finding a job. This is a collection of links to some of the best tips for using LinkedIn in your job search. Please vote for those you find useful and add any other good sources you've found.