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who controls what you see when someone views your linkedin profile?
linkedin wants to keep users on the site longer with content and engagement opportunities. the goal is reflected in new features on linkedin company pages. here’s how you can help your organization benefit by improving your organization’s presence on the site.
I’ve written before about the power of linkedin introduction requests. I realized in review that I failed to address sticking points for your connection.
if you are an active linkedin user, you have probably experienced frustration at the limitations of a basic account. linkedin offers an array of premium accounts, but you may be able to get the access you need at a discount with a “secret” plan. read on for details on the personal plus plan and how to sign up.
linkedin announcements are a tool for group managers. use them wisely since members can turn them off. plus some other tips from marketingprofs.
updates to linkedin user profiles were announced in september. the waiting ended as linkedin pushed user profile updates to all users. improved recemmendations and media integration lead the list of positive changes.
when you want to connect with someone, linkedin asks for some context. try to connect with a stranger too often on linkedin and the service at least asks for an email address as evidence of some connection. endorsements lack even that – there’s no “how do you know dennis is a widget making guru?’
linkedin introductions are an easy way to meet that special someone. here are some tips to boost your chances even more!
it’s time to rethink the way you cross post links if you maintain a social presence on both linkedin and twitter. if you are a linkedin regular, you probably have noticed a change in the service’s status updates. historically, updates on linked in were in keeping with its reputation as a buttoned-down, businesslike version of social networks like facebook and myspace. I wrote about linkedin’s increasing social mojo back in january. the new changes take it a big step further.