Many people are not aware that LinkedIn has a site where they feature internal projects. These not-ready for prime time tools may or may not be relevant but they are interesting. We review the 6 available tools in LinkedIn Labs.
I was doing some research this week reading various blogs and news articles and decide to write down some of the statistics that caught my eye. A set of these statistics focussed on Twitter and how people are using the service to take action.
Social Media is everywhere. They talk about it on the news and radio, there are articles in newspapers and magazines, and searching “Social Media” on Google returns 194 million results.
If you want to learn more about it there are hundreds of thousands of blogs, podcasts, and videos available to review. There is no excuse why you cannot figure out how to put social media to work for you. Well maybe one excuse.
Today I received a message from a fellow group member that at first I assumed was legitimate. Now I’m not so sure. I’m going to leave the final decision up to you. Was I spammed by a fake LinkedIn profile?
Search the term for “LinkedIn Expert” or “Social Media Expert” and you’ll find numerous people claiming to be one. But what is a Social Media expert? Here we explore some thoughts about what it might take to be considered an “Expert”.
Here’s a quick look at 6 social networking/media tools that can help you build communities of people, engage and interact with them, and build trust to drive new business.