LinkedIn has been behaving like a business publisher recently, as a way to become a go-to source for professional content and bolster its core recruiting business. The launch of sponsored content fits with this broad direction.
Would you like to make lasting contacts from your social media friends and fans? According to a Harvard Business Review blog post entitled, “Three New Networks for the Digital Age,” just having an online network isn’t enough.
LinkedIn Contacts: learn about this new feature and how to create an easy-to-manage, all-in-one interface for your email databases and LinkedIn connections.
Jessica Kelly's insight:
I'll admit, I like the Location map, and I like the Relationship info -- jogs my sometimes-sore brain! That said, I can't imaging going back and making notes and tagging hundreds of contacts. Could be great, tho, for those just starting w/ LI.
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