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? »
#1 – How do I create meaningful relationships using LinkedIn?
The key is to take a different approach than everyone else, to Zig when they Zag. LinkedIn is a business tool, but you can use it get personal; after all, people do business with people. The key is to get personal with a pre-qualified audience, »
One of the most influential factors for creating a prosperous career is to build relationships and network. LinkedIn is one of the best solutions for making connections, especially for young talent just starting out. Companies and recruiters need to find candidates for entry-level positions and internships too, and LinkedIn provides that avenue. »
I’ve recently become much more open about accepting connections on LinkedIn…I’ve become a LION (LinkedIn Open Networker). That said, there are a few things that I’ve come across as I’ve become more open that I find problematic. »
LinkedIn is making it easier for us to recognize members of our network for their skills and expertise with the rollout of one-click Endorsements. We can now endorse the skills that are connections have listed on their profiles, or even recommend one that’s not listed there yet. »