You might think that having a LinkedIn profile in the first place is enough to get you on an employer's radar, but that is definitely not the case. Business Insider shares with us the 19 mistakes you are making on LinkedIn that could be costing you in
I speak on social media at several conferences throughout the year and have seen the good, the bad, and the ugly when it comes to booths. Some have interactive TV displays and are buzzing with people while others are nothing more
I had a very inspirational lunch break in central London, yesterday.I am not talking about an exhilarating food experience -although a range of healthy snacks and drinks was available to participants- I am referring to the chance of meeting LinkedIn specialists, receive profile advice and why not, taking a new portrait in their photo booth, instead.And all totally free.During the Liven Up your LinkedIn event at Castlewood House, I met Anita Windisman, a sales product consultant at the world’s l
Matthieu Ricard is a Buddhist monk who left a career in cellular genetics to study Buddhism in the Himalayas more than 45 years ago. Often referred to as the “happiest man in the world,” Matthieu is an international best-selling author and a
Despite publishing to LinkedIn once a month for the past 15 months, it’s only since LinkedIn recently rolled out its new stats feature that I realised how highly published posts rank in Google search results.Two of my posts were getting lots of views 6 months to a year after they were published and I didn’t know why. When I looked at the new stats feature I saw 100% of the traffic to them was from Google. When I mentioned this to a colleague she whipped out her iPhone, went onto Google, typed in
Many of you have told us that you receive too many emails from LinkedIn. We're also not immune to the late night talk show host jokes. We get it. And we’ve recently begun to make changes so that the emails you receive are more infrequent and more relevant.
We’ve all heard that social media does not work for B2B marketing. Well, I hate to debunk a myth, but this one has more holes in it than most BigFoot rumors. In fact, social media can very easily be your biggest source of leads for your company. And I’m about to [...]
How can a college student efficiently use LinkedIn to connect with professionals to gain a current internship or job after graduation? This question was originally answered on Quora by Patrick Mathieson.
People are drawn to visuals, particularly on the web. In fact, I’d bet that at least some portion of you have already skipped this section and have begun looking at the photos embedded in this article (don’t fret, I’d do it too).
"Hillary Clinton joins LinkedIn because ‘she’s looking for a new job’ (1) ran a recent Fortune headline. The author explains that the candidate for the US presidency does what everybody else who is looking for work does: sign up to LinkedIn or another of the social networks that put professionals in touch with employers.These online platforms are revolutionizing the way firms identify and attract talent, one of the biggest concerns of human resource departments, as well as CEOs, who are all
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