So, if we can’t do everything, we have to recognize that we’re faced with a choice: we can do many things badly, or we can do a few things really well.
A half-dozen very helpful tools and options are counterintuitive to most users. Here, we pull back the curtain to reveal them so you can make the most of the platform.
LinkedIn is one of my favorite social networks. But it can be hell to figure out. Some of its best features are completely hidden.
Mic Johnson has some tips for you.
With 414 million members and 100 million monthly active visitors, LinkedIn is a powerhouse in the business networking sphere. And yet, it remains largely untapped by SMBs. As much as I love Twitter, I cannot deny the role LinkedIn has played in my success online. If you ask any of my peers, they will say …
Whether you work in B2C or B2B, LinkedIn can be a goldmine for exposure. You just have to learn to leverage the platform in the right way.
To help you get started on the right track, I am sharing 5 proven tips...
If you wonder how you could achieve good results with LinkedIn posts, read further. I have a list of quick tips for you. I hope you'll find them useful.
Have you ever considered writing long-form posts on LinkedIn? If not, you should definitely consider that option.
In this post, I share some quick tips to help you craft content that your readers will crave.
I love LinkedIn. This platform has opened more doors for me than Facebook ever will. However, there is one feature I cannot stand: generic invitations.
This post was triggered by a recent series of interactions with potential new connections on LinkedIn. I feel that we are losing touch with basic courtesy rules. As such, it's important to talk about it.
A computer / mobile screen should not be used as an excuse to bypass the basic rules of relationships.
LinkedIn opened up their publishing platform to all users in the beginning of 2014, and since then more 2.5 million posts have been published, including 27 posts from me. With more
If you have noticed that your posts are not doing as well as they used to on LinkedIn, you are not the only one. Reach as decreased dangerously over the last few months for me too!
Tom Humbarger takes an honest look at the problem in this article. His conclusion? Continue publishing your posts there, but don't forget alternative platforms.
I like re-posting my content on Medium. Other websites are ok with it as well.
This week's roundup looks at Mobilegeddon, the latest usage numbers for Facebook, and Twitter’s and LinkedIn’s new tools and features...
Daniel Roth, Linkedin's executive editor, shares what he's discovered from the 50,000 posts on the site published every week.
Honestly, this article is a gem!
Roth talks about how Dell (one of my favorite brands) has used its employees to build advocacy via content that matters to them. This is almost unheard of in the corporate world.
Executives, HR directors, PR pros see only potential pitfalls—a vocal employee is a poachable employee; someone sharing sharp takes can also share sensitive information; what if employees are boring or, worse, interesting? Better to just to keep the barn door firmly shut.
The approach seems safe. But it’s not. Staying silent means not being part of the dynamic business conversation that is happening everywhere around the world.
Do you know that there are more than 2 million LinkedIn Groups? About 8,000 are created each week! Generating 200 conversations per minute, those communities for business professionals can be a treasure-trove of information and networking, a hotbed of self-promotion and spam…or a ghost town. Or all at once. So, how can a B2B marketer …
Did you know that LinkedIn had revamped its recommendations dashboard? This social media tutorial will show you to manage your recommendations via that dashboard.
If you use LinkedIn, do you know that you can add videos to your profile?
Let Lewis Howes show you how in this quick tutorial.
The LinkedIn Search functionality is powerful and yet largely untapped.
Time to learn how to use it with Joe Stych. The tutorial covers pretty much everything, including filters and boolean serarch commands.
A must-bookmark resource!
Last year, after the umpteenth generic invitation to connect on LinkedIn had reached my inbox, I decided to write a rant-like article on the topic. Since then, these invitations have continued, but with less frequency. It's an improvement.
With that said, many people still seem unwilling to use LinkedIn the right way. Connecting there means making other professionals in your field aware of your presence. You have to do it right if you want others to take you seriously.
Michael O'Donnell has good reminders for all of us in this article!
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Like Jennifer G. Hanford, I'm quite pleased with the Linkedin platform. The traffic around my contributions has been nice and steady.
As Jennifer mentions, articles with "snackable" bits have a better chance to get traction.
LinkedIn is the social network of choice for many businesses and entrepreneurs. Unlike Facebook or Twitter, LinkedIn is all about business. It is THE place where beneficial partnerships are the most likely to happen. But how, you ask? Read on. Here are 9 tips to get you started on the right track.
An old article that needed some updating. Perfectionist me ended up rewriting it completely. :-)
With LinkedIn recently inviting members to post business blogs directly on the LinkedIn site, many of us have been wondering how Google indexes and rates those posts, as compared with the same or
An interesting article from Suzan St Maur.
I see the LinkedIn publishing platform as a great way to get more exposure for your work. However, nothing beats attracting people to your digital property!