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Deb Nystrom, REVELN's insight:
I just had a happy hour meeting this past week where we talked about the difference of influence vs. direct referrals in our business networks. One of our business colleagues opened new perspectives of thinking for us along this line. Jeff Bullas seems to have a handy slideshare to understand even more about it. ~ Deb
If your clientele is well represented on LinkedIn, via the HubSpot example above, one sample of Nikki's slides, what are you waiting for?
Nikki shares examples step by step.
My own experience is that LinkedIn has been fruitful and rewarding in building my own client base over the last five years.
I've written more about the upcoming WXW Forum on my other mini-blog, via
Come join us!
Thanks again Nikki for the helpful Slideshare.
Check out my LinkedIn profile here if you want to see my own evidence of building connection and communicating on LinkedIn.
I also run about 5-6 groups on LinkedIn, in my spare time. Check out our OPEN, free Social Media Learning Lab group on LinkedIn here.
The Social Media Learning Lab is also represented:
and a few other places.
Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest – Are You Sharing Too Much Online?
Do NOT publicize your DATE or PLACE of BIRTH friends.
Just because it is easy to share information doesn't mean you should. If you see any of those Facebook or other social media status games asking for ANY security information, do not play along and do not forward it to your friends. It's not a game, it's a hacking identity theft business at work. ~ Deb
Excepted from the article & infographic:
It pays to remember that with social media you’re always on camera, and anything you say or do can be used against you.
This infographic from Trend Micro takes a closer look at the risks of posting too much information (TMI) to social networks.
Jeff Bullas spent a bit more time reviewing this Social Media report than he had planned, finding the "revelations compelling." Those uses of the "R" word got my attention: Research & Revelation:
It's a juicy, hefty post. But here's the surprise. It was written in 2009!
A more current report:
features these factoids:
Social Networks “were” Superficial but are Now Serious Business
Social networking sites reach 82% of the world’s online user population.
The global reach of social networking
China – 53%
USA – 98%
Australia – 96%
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