10 Part Series: Can LinkedIn Work for You?

In November I wrote a post about the ways you can use LinkedIn.  From that post I followed up with a post on 9 areas of using LinkedIn.  Part 10 was released last week.  Even though all 10 post are on the blog I still tend to get a couple of requests for links to the other articles.

Here are all 10 parts of the series.  LinkedIn has changed since this series started, but most of the articles should still be very relevant.  Enjoy.

LinkedIn Part 1: Can LinkedIn Work For You? – November 29th, 2008

LinkedIn Part 2: Enhancing Your Networking – December 14th, 2008

LinkedIn Part 3: Establishing Credibility – January 15th, 2009

LinkedIn Part 5: I Highly Recommend Recommendations – February 17th, 2009

LinkedIn Part 4: Connecting Your Offline and Online Brand – February 2nd, 2009

LinkedIn Part 6: A Stage to Engage Your Audience – March 3rd, 2009

LinkedIn Part 7: Research Potential Partners and Alliances – March 8th, 2009

LinkedIn Part 8: Find a New Job – March 10th, 2009

LinkedIn Part 9: Be found – April 20th, 2009

LinkedIn Part 10: Providing Value to Your Network – April 27th, 2009

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Sean Nelson

Sean has been a Keynote speaker at Norvax University, conducts social media workshops and webinars, and has released three books on LinkedIn and written several social media guides. Sean currently runs Social Media Sonar, which in addition to providing free resources, manages social media strategies and tactics for companies. He is also a partner in Surge Labs, a conversion rate optimization company, helping companies improve conversions and profitability through scientific testing of Landing Pages, Websites, Email communications, and Shopping Carts.

5 thoughts on “10 Part Series: Can LinkedIn Work for You?”

  1. Each of the 10 LinkedIn information parts were very informative, thought provoking and made so much sense that the reader is compelled to take a pulse check as to whether they are using LinkedIn in the ways the information is presented. I learned new ways to get more benefit from LinkedIn and how to help my connections as well. Great post! Thank you!

  2. Herewith I would like to say thank you for the job well done in describing Linkedin in so much details so anyone who wants to benefits from the opportunities this site offers should follow the articles in general and the fruits of the loom will come back to him/her.

    Once again, THANK YOU! Very useful and practical issues I found in these 10 articles.

    All the best and keep walking… as it was written somewhere 🙂

    Plamen Mihov
    Regular LinkedIn User

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