What’s Your Biggest LinkedIn Question? Best LinkedIn Tip?

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787433_why When you use a tool frequently, you can easily forget what it was like to be a brand new user. While I try to keep in touch with that perspective by reading mentions of LinkedIn in the blogosphere and answering questions on the Using LinkedIn category on LinkedIn Answers, I wanted to extend an invitation specifically to all my readers…

  1. What is your biggest LinkedIn question?
  2. What is your best tip on using LinkedIn?

Watch for answers in upcoming posts.

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  1. Don’t link to just anyone – even people you know – link only to people that you are willing to risk your reputation on.

    A great question is like a picture – worth a thousand words.

  2. Fill in the names of all the organisations you have worked for and places you have received an education. Don’t worry about the specific details, just get the name right

    You will then get regular updates of anyone else who has listed those organisations in their profile. I have found many of my old and current colleagues this way.

  3. Questions:
    1. Why don’t they make the company news optional? To me at HP, I consistently get totally irrelevant information. Even the ads are more interesting!
    2. Why don’t they have an RSS feed of network updates?

    1. Reconnect first, send a linkedin invitation afterwards!
    2. State in your public profile what kind of invitations you will accept.

  4. Blogging is a hobby for me, not a mainstay, but I’d like to learn more about how I might be able to leverage my connections on LinkedIn to bring more traffic to my site.

    I’d also like to see the the LI staff be a bit more aggressive about encouraging people to flesh out their LinkedIn profiles. Often, I see people who’ve joined but never bothered to put any effort into this – many don’t even have a profile photo!

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