Over the last year I’ve written a book about LinkedIn, written over 70 blog posts, presented numerous talks on LinkedIn, created a tool to grade your profile and presence on LinkedIn, and used LinkedIn to enhance my networking and grow my business. If I am to be considered a LinkedIn expert, I’m not your typical expert.
Just to clarify…I don’t really make any money writing about LinkedIn. At least not yet. I’ve written a LinkedIn book but so far I’m about 5 months behind when I thought it would actually be published. Every couple of months delay means that I have to go back and edit it to make sure it’s […]
I try to read as many LinkedIn blogs each week. It’s getting harder as some of the best are disapearing. My favorite, LinkedIntelligence stopped posting on a regular basis about a month ago. MyPowerLinkedIn forum no longer covers linked in the same, as it was asked to stop using the word LinkedIn as part of the name. These are sites that talked and evangelized LinkedIn well before it was cool to the masses.
There are still a few that are worth reading…Imonlinkedinnowwhat, The Executives Guide to LinkedIn, The LinkedIn User’s Manual, and of course LinkedIn’s own blog.
does it make a sound? I don’t know, but when Scott Allen at LinkedIntelligence posted that he was stepping back from posting on a consistent basis about LinkedIn, there was a clear sound. It was the sound of gasps from those of us who have come to rely on his perspective, advice, stories, and humor in regard to […]
Scott Allen, author of the LinkedIn Intelligence blog has put together a great list of LinkedIn reference links. I’ll let Scott’s own words tell you who might benefit from this resource.
This resource is intended for people who…
…are new to LinkedIn and wondering how to use it to help you in your business and career
…have been using LinkedIn a while but felt like you haven’t really been accomplishing anything with it
…are trying to persuade their friends to join LinkedIn and want to communicate the value proposition
…think there’s no real value in LinkedIn (and those who want to rebutt them)