I’m fairly open about how people connect on LinkedIn. You want to be an open networker, I’m with you. You want to be a closed networker, hey if it works for you great. Whichever way you choose you still have a obligation to those you connect with to guard the information you have gained through […]
The Social Media Sonar blog wins international Blogoff II competition featuring writers from 6 countries. See what social media lessons were learned and includes a 50% discount on LinkedIn books by Sean Nelson as a thanks to everyone for reading and posting comments suring the competition.
Since September I have been working on a 10 part series asking the question “Can LinkedIn Work for You?” The better questions should be “Can Social Media Work for You?” Today we wrap it up with links to the previous 9 articles.
Over the last two years I’ve written often about the tips and strategies to more effectively utilize LinkedIn. It’s just as important to consider the mistakes that people make on LinkedIn that will affect their success. Many of these mistakes are often errors of omission. Today I’m going to discuss seven mistakes and then I’m going to show you how you can correct them.
Your LinkedIn Connection Strategy will impact how you use LinkedIn and in the end your chances of finding success. Here we look at the 4 strategies: The Lion, The Turtle, The HoundDog, and The Alley Cat. What are you?
“The 7 Worst Mistakes on LinkedIn and Their Fixes” is my first entry for the Blogoff 2 competition. Learn the 7 worst LinkedIn mistakes and how to correct them.