John Nemo — March 30, 2017 Follow @JohnNemoPR— March 30, 2017 LinkedIn’s recent redesign includes a little-known hack to help your invitations stand out from the crowd. One of the sneaky features of LinkedIn’s massive new redesign and update is the ability to include a URL in the invitations you send to prospects on the … Continue reading The Sneaky New LinkedIn Feature You Need to Know About
Colleen McKenna — March 27, 2017 Follow @Colleen_Intero— March 27, 2017 LinkedIn has created more than their fair share of confusion lately. Between their updated and, at the moment, unstable, redesign of LinkedIn.com, changing Premium Membership features and Sales Navigator people are just confused and less sure than ever of what they should use, purchase … Continue reading LinkedIn.com Versus Sales Navigator – You Decide
Mario Martinez Jr. — February 14, 2017 Follow @M_3Jr— February 14, 2017 As LinkedIn rolls out the new LinkedIn interface, many sales professionals are scratching their heads asking, where did everything go? There has been post after post asking about where, what, when, and how. Some of the messages are preaching doom and gloom while … Continue reading 5 Must Fix Areas to Support the New LinkedIn Interface
James Potter — December 22, 2016 Follow @thelinkedinman— December 22, 2016 In our previous blog in this series (found here) we looked at how relevant LinkedIn is to you by demonstrating that there are sufficient people on LinkedIn who could make great clients. Now LinkedIn isn’t just all about sales, it works on many other … Continue reading LinkedIn: A Helpful Tool or a Time-Soaking Distraction? (Part 3 of 3) Time to Get Serious?
LinkedIn: a helpful tool or a time-soaking distraction? (Part 2 of 3) How is this relevant to me?2016-11-09 Published by TheLinkedinMan.com on November 09, 2016 In the second blog of this series (first one can be found here) we will look at how relevant LinkedIn is to you. Through running training sessions and talks I have … Continue reading LinkedIn: a helpful tool or a time-soaking distraction? (Part 2 of 3) How is this relevant to me?
LinkedIn: a helpful tool or a time-soaking distraction? (Part 1 of 3) What is this thing? By TheLinkedinMan.com TheLinkedinMan.com October 03, 2016 I feel privileged that in my job I get to meet so many people from such a diverse range of careers and professions. I have trained people ranging from FTSE 100 board members … Continue reading LinkedIn: a helpful tool or a time-soaking distraction? (Part 1 of 3) What is this thing?
John Nemo — November 11, 2016 Follow @JohnNemoPR— November 11, 2016 LinkedIn’s newest site feature dives directly into a controversial (and highly coveted) resource for professionals everywhere. Being the professional version of “Big Brother” to nearly 500 million people has its advantages. Much like Facebook has done with consumers, LinkedIn – the world’s largest social … Continue reading Why LinkedIn Just Dove Headfirst Into A Taboo Topic
Dennis Koutoudis — November 5, 2016 — November 5, 2016 There is a number of individuals & companies these days who think that LinkedIn works only for B2B companies. However, the reality is that B2C companies can also make very effective use of the LinkedIn platform to achieve further brand awareness, build trust and increase … Continue reading Why B2C Brands Need To Be On LinkedIn!
by John Nemo Follow @JohnNemoPRAugust 5, 2016 Hot on the heels of being acquired by Microsoft, LinkedIn just unveiled an eye-catching new feature that users should see massive benefit from. You knew LinkedIn was headed here sooner rather than later. When Microsoft acquired LinkedIn for $ 26.2 billion, it catapulted LinkedIn onto the same playing … Continue reading LinkedIn Just Made A Major Move – Did You See It?
by Sydney Slavin May 13, 2016May 13, 2016 Let’s Connect Through multiple outreach initiatives, I have found that in addition to falling prey to the “Press enter to send” feature, many people do not know how to respond to a personalized connection request. We highly recommend sending personalized connection requests. While simply clicking “Connect” is … Continue reading Responding to a Personalized LinkedIn Connection Request