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4 Ways to Build Trust and Influence on LinkedIn

Do you want to grow your LinkedIn network? Interested in practical, scalable ways to establish your professional credibility? LinkedIn is a powerful platform for fostering strategic connections and creating a successful brand. 47 more words

Can LinkedIn do more to help women returning to the workforce?

This morning, at the GSVlabs Reboot Accelerator, a program for women returning to work after a long break, a representative from LinkedIn talked about the importance of having a LinkedIn profile and instructed attendees on how to create and optimize one. 1,024 more words

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I am very happy with this app. I use it all the time but with the latest update, it started to crash all the time. I then uninstalled and reinstalled it and now it works fine. 216 more words

Three Misconceptions About Your LinkedIn Summary!

Three Misconceptions About Your LinkedIn Summary!

YOUR SUMMARY SHOULD BE IN THE THIRD PERSON! Wrong. Who is your ideal audience? If you want to be successful using LinkedIn as a marketing tool your profile has to be written in the first person. 532 more words

Linked Profiles

How LinkedIn wants to do more than just promote your resume

Recently, Instagram added a Snapchat-esque disappearing photo reel to its platform, the latest social media site to change up its offerings in an effort to diversify – and compete.  142 more words

The Christian Science Monitor

How To Turn LinkedIn Connections into Tangible Business Leads

Networking digitally is one of the must-have action items for today’s entrepreneurs and professionals. The main reason is simple, to access prospective customers, business partners and perhaps investors. 1,410 more words


Cookie Johnson & Jeff Weiner on How Passion and Compassion Make for Rock Steady #BigTimeUniversity

This production of “Wise-up Wednesdays” Blogcast by Douette ‘Doc’ Cunningham is a presentation in “social media entertainment from the groove-track of life!” #WUWECAST

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