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Five Simple Ways to Boost Your Professional Brand On LinkedIn [INFOGRAPHIC]

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Did you know that an average of 45 million profiles are viewed each day on LinkedIn? Your LinkedIn profile can be your ticket to a variety of new professional opportunities like partnerships, jobs, mentorships, volunteering or new business.

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Socially Good Clare's curator insight, July 30, 2013 10:06 AM

These are the BASICS.

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8 Types of People Managers HATE To #Interview

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Not every job candidate that comes your way is going to be an exciting person to interview. Here are 8 types of people that managers hate to interview.

Via Patricia D. Sadar - Career and Leadership Acceleration Coach
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It truly takes all types.

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Patricia D. Sadar - Career and Leadership Acceleration Coach's curator insight, April 13, 9:45 AM

Funny article...hope you enjoy reading!

 

I have to admit the silent ones are difficult to interview, because you know they have talents; however, it can be difficult pulling the information out of them.

 

The extreme excuse makers who blame everything on their previous boss or employer is something that I talk about often in this blog. 

 

Take a read on the listed 8, and tell us what you think?

 

Until next time.....PS - Live on Purpose! 

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How To Catch An Investor's Attention On LinkedIn

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Most business owners agree that the most difficult step of creating a company is acquiring the initial seed funding. Today, there are numerous options for raising funds, ranging from family investors to business loans.

 

However, LinkedIn is emerging as a key resource for finding potential investors.

Over the past few years, LinkedIn has become exceptionally popular,especially among CEOs. Professionals in every market sector use LinkedIn to locate new employees, job openings, partners, suppliers, and strengthen new relationships with colleagues and clients. Investors also use LinkedIn to evaluate potential investments.

 

“I use LinkedIn to research companies and teams, just to see what people are saying about the company. If a team doesn’t seem well put together, I won’t invest” says Neil Patel, founder and CEO of QuickSprout.


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Five Simple Ways to Boost Your Professional Brand On LinkedIn [INFOGRAPHIC]

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Did you know that an average of 45 million profiles are viewed each day on LinkedIn? Your LinkedIn profile can be your ticket to a variety of new professional opportunities like partnerships, jobs, mentorships, volunteering or new business.

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Socially Good Clare's curator insight, July 30, 2013 10:06 AM

These are the BASICS.

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LinkedIn Analytics for Company Pages Introduced

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LinkedIn Analytics are now available for Company Pages and are also designed to work in conjunction with the recently launched Sponsored Updates.

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Ali Anani's curator insight, August 19, 2013 1:43 AM

Worthy of reading

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#Interview Advice - Walt Disney

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Wise advice.

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Patricia D. Sadar - Career and Leadership Acceleration Coach's curator insight, April 15, 5:57 AM

Okay so perhaps when Walt Disney gave this advice he wasn't talking specifically about interviewing.  However, I believe that the advice is perfect for interviews.

 

Think of interviews like actors going out for auditions.  The casting directors have a parciular skill or actor in mind from the beginning.  Regardless of the talent that they see, they keep looking. 

 

If you did your best, focus your energies on positive things like other opportunities or on developing your skills.  Interviewing can be tasking, and that is why we have these blogs to give you a network of support -- and we want you to know you are not alone.

 

Would love to hear from you.  Is there a question we coudl answer. 

 

Until next time...PS - Live on PUrpose!

Mary O'Neill's curator insight, April 22, 1:07 PM

Great advice for everyday. Whistle while your work. Thanks Walt.

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Case Study in Winning Business by Leveraging LinkedIn

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Check out this true story about how Robbie used LinkedIn for Sales and landed a big-time opportunity.

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Barry Deutsch's curator insight, August 14, 2013 1:14 AM

Do your sales professionals leverage LinkedIn to the degree Robbie does in this case study. How much money are they leaving on the table by simply accepting rejection at one level - and not pursuing the contacts, relationships, and referrals that can lead then to opportunities?


Are you rigorously training your sales team in how to leverage LinkedIn on every key sales opportunity? Perhaps, the investment of time and resources doesn't make sense when the size of the deal is sub-$5000. What if it's $10, $100k, or $500k as in Robbie's example?


Where is your pain point around the number of signifcant transactions you didn't get because the door initially got slammed in your face. If all you focus on are the easy opportunities, it's hard to be in the top 10% of success. LinkedIn now provides the tools for your sales team to after the seemingly impossible opportunities by leveraging the natural networks of your connections.


Here's my key question: It's not whether your team will be using LinkedIn as a core tool - it's when are you going to start?


Barry Deutsch

Master Coach for Teaching Vistage/TEC Companies HOW TO drive Sales Through Social Media

 

Join our private blog for Vistage/TEC Members on HOW TO Leverage Social Media

 

http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Vistage-TEC-Member-Group-Leveraging-1875132/about

 

Not a Vistage or TEC Member, then be sure to visit our public blog on how to drive sales through social media, AND/OR our open discussion group on LinkedIn, Sales Through Social Media

http://www.barrydeutsch.net/sales-through-social-media

 

http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Sales-Through-Social-Media-3854199/about

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How to Use Social Listening on #LinkedIn for Real-Time Publishing

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Content sharing and engagement are much more dynamic than they were a few years ago. Find out how to use social listening on LinkedIn for real-time publishing.

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The Boardgame Resume: A Creative Guerrilla Resume Example - Creative Guerrilla Marketing

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As guerrilla marketers, it's always about how to stand out and be unconventional. People get bored of seeing the same things over and over again.

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Brilliant resume for a designer

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