In this episode, J.T. reviews the profile of Glen and shows viewers what it is that Glen needs to change in order to improve his profile. Don’t miss out on this informative episode of LinkedIn Labs. Want to submit your profile for review on LinkedIn Labs? Please submit your profile URL and explanation of why we should... Show More Summary
Many companies today get frustrated when their digital marketing plans fail. Forums and LinkedIn conversations are filled with business owners trying to understand what’s wrong with their campaigns. Too often, people forget sales and conversions are just the tip of the iceberg in a long and complex system called the sales funnel. Show More Summary
We scraped up a little budget and experimented with several native content distribution channels. The experiment focused on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Outbrain. Here's what we discovered.
For anyone who groans at the words "networking event" take heart: there's another way. This post defeats the idea that you can only get the network you want by doing the things you hate. Specific strategies for LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter are included.
They may call you a sellout or a hustler, but when it comes to LinkedIn, it pays to be generous with your connections. As much as marketers lecture on the importance of quality over quantity, there’s no denying there are some major benefits to accumulating hordes of followers and friends, even if admittedly they couldn’t even pass for acquaintances IRL.
In teaching nonprofit social media, I call LinkedIn the "little engine that could." Started in late 2002, LinkedIn has seen many social media platforms rise and fall. (Anyone remember Friendster or MySpace?) But LinkedIn keeps trucking along. And in my non-scientific experience, it is the preferred social media platform of many executives. They tell me [...]
A Linkedin report finds that successful founders go to college, have job experience, and are networked -- contrary to the usual stereotype of young, inexperienced college dropouts. But the report is missing some key data points.
LinkedIn is the most powerful marketing tool of the 21st century and there are three main reasons why -- media, partnerships and clients. Before we get into the specifics let me share some background with you. I've been involved in the online marketing game for almost a decade now. Show More Summary
Robot Invasion: George Simpson explains, only half-jokingly, how the industry got to where it is today ("akimbo" comes to mind) in regard to programmatic buying of various sorts. It is probably the most cynical and perhaps the accurate...Show More Summary
By Amit Ghate: In a recent SA article, I noted the strong discrepancy between LinkedIn's (NYSE:LNKD) actual GAAP earnings versus the non-GAAP earnings which were typically reported in the financial media - with the difference being largely attributable to stock-based compensation (SBC). Show More Summary
When LinkedIn launched as a professional social community in 2003, it claimed a place in the social space that was not yet represented. LinkedIn is exclusively focused on professional B2C and B2B connections and activities. LinkedIn’s...Show More Summary
This isn’t going to look good on LinkedIn’s resume. Professional Social Network LinkedIn Corp. has paid nearly $6 million in back wages and damages to 359 current and former employees. It settles a suit brought by the U.S. Labor Department, which said workers were not properly paid for overtime worked between February, 2012 and February, […]
Steve Johnson, LinkedIn’s VP of user experience, is the guy in charge of designing the site's look, feel, and function. Naturally, he's a LinkedIn whiz, and in a recent interview he shared his favorite tip for members: Don't be afraid to show your personality. Show More Summary
Previously unpublished data from LinkedIn reveals the supply/demand for trained salespeople.
Did you wake up this morning wondering to yourself, “Gee, I sure wish my favorite blogger EVER would let me ask him a question today! I’ve never been able to reach him via email or twitter or facebook or linkedin or pinterest or even through his newsletter – when will he finally let us chat with him??” If so, today’s your lucky day :) For […]
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SlideShare, the presentation-sharing platform owned by LinkedIn, announced last week that it is making many of its PRO level features free. The change is effective August 20, 2014. This change means that all users with SlideShare accounts will have access to most premium features. Show More Summary
We're sending one lucky winner and a friend to Silicon Valley for an insider's look at the upper echelons of the tech world. Meet CEOs and execs from Pinterest, LinkedIn, Twitter, Chegg, and YCombinator, tour their campuses, and enjoy the best of the Bay Area with a $1,000 Uber credit and a stay at the luxury Hotel Zetta. Join the conversation about this story »