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According to a recent report by CEO.com, 68% of Fortune 500 CEOs have no social media presence whatsoever. A mere 32% have at least one account on a social network.
The GOOD news is that 140 Fortune 500 CEOs are on LinkedIn. (That's 28% - up 2% from last year.)
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Several studies have shown that small and mid-size businesses massively use social media as a digital marketing tactic. But at Scoop.it we wanted to take it a step further: how do small and mid-sized businesses use social media?
A little over a year ago, we opened our first office for the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Today, it brings me immense pleasure to announce that LinkedIn is now 10 million members strong in the region.
Linkedin has hit an amazing milestone in hitting 10 million Professionals in the Middle East and North Africa.
If you're managing social media for your business, it might be useful to know about some of the most surprising social media statistics this year. Here are ten that might make you rethink the way you're approaching social media.
Check out Stat #4: Every second 2 new members join LinkedIn
Tame your LinkedIn endorsements mess, change settings so people won't guess you're job hunting, and more.
Every social network has its challenges and LinkedIn is no exception. Here's a look at some of the most common LinkedIn frustrations plus step-by-step instructions for fixing them, including where to find important settings if you're starting a new job search, how to remove annoying endorsements from your profile, and how to delete contacts you uploaded accidentally.
Having several of these headaches now so helpful post.
So Important to those Seeking a Career or Employer Change! Great Insight!
LinkedIN’s career expert Nicole Williams elaborates on six LinkedIN tips to optimize your profile and attract more recruiters.
Here's what the experts -- those who work at LinkedIn -- do daily on the popular networking site
LinkedIn announced a major integration between its mobile reader app Pulse and the rest of the LInkedIn.com site on Wednesday.
Conan O'Brien's plan to take-over LinkedIn is going just as he planned.
In today’s professional world, you’ve got to know someone. For teens like me, that’s exceptionally important. In a fiercely competitive workforce, teens are going to face a huge challenge when we graduate – finding a job.
You have heard this a million times, but a great job description can make all the difference when it comes to attracting great candidates. Of course, the sentence below falls into the “easier said than done” category.
Today is our first ever LinkedIn Bring In Your Parents Day when parents will be visiting their children’s offices at companies all over the world. I'm personally really excited to meet everyone’s parents here at the LinkedIn office.
My parents will be visiting me at LinkedIn today!
Did you know that 59% of LinkedIn members who have worked for a small business, have never worked for a company larger than 200 employees?
LinkedIn etiquette: here's how to successfully network and avoid common mistakes that may damage your professional reputation on LinkedIn.
You've set up your LinkedIn Showcase Page. Now what? Here are 4 easy steps to take to get the most out of your Showcase Pages. For more on Showcase Pages, visit
Over the past decade, LinkedIn has become an essential personal branding tool. It has never been more important to build and maintain a stellar LinkedIn profile. The virtual professional network has morphed from an online resume and networking site to a comprehensive personal branding resource. Here are nine eye-opening reasons why you need to polish your LinkedIn profile right now!
Because if you don't, kittens lose their wings.
Millions of companies use their LinkedIn Company Pages to share content and opportunities. For our members, the best way to stay up to date with those updates is to follow the companies they’re interested in.
There are so many “experts” and “masters” of subjects out there (often just because they say they are!) and sometimes they’re not! Sadly social media and social networks are a great example of this but it equally applies to every profession.
The ability to irrefutably reflect the value that you have shared with your clients, their views of you, your expertise, products and the way they write about you online has a huge impact on your “social proof”.
You have the ability to help make a potential client relaxed that they have done their due diligence and you are as good as you say you are, often just because someone they know, someone they relate to or someone like them has recommended you on LinkedIn.
Regardless of whether you're actively job hunting or networking, your LinkedIn profile is as important today as your resume.
Although Twitter is coming on strong, LinkedIn remains the No. 1 social network for finding contacts, clients and jobs, and the key to making it all work is your profile.
Yes, you say, but what exactly do I need to do to make it stand out? Lucky for you, MarketMeSuite has a fantastic 17-point plan for making your profile shine and expand your network.
Here are a few stats that caught our eye:
Read below and see how your profile stacks up and what you can do to make it stand out.
Conceived in part as a way to bridge the gap between millennials and their parents, it is also one of many ways companies are learning to play mom and pop in their favour
Want to attract some attention—the good kind—on the professional social network? Follow this advice from LinkedIn itself.
At a recent User Experience (UX) meetup, a well-known UX researcher declared that Eric Ries' book, The Lean Startup: How Today's Entrepreneurs Use Continuous Innovation to Create Radically Successful Businesses, was a seminal work of business...
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Related: Jobless and Searching for Meaning, Millennials Flock to Mom and Dad's House The idea began when Danielle Restivo, a corporate communications specialist at LinkedIn, received an email from her mother asking her to write a simple paragraph...
Looking forward to bringing MY parents to work tomorrow at LinkedIn!
I’m excited to announce that Australia is now home to more than 5 million LinkedIn members.