How to Use LinkedIn for Business Development February 27, 2015 LinkedIn is the primary social network for professional services firms – it’s where you future clients are sharing relevant information and discussing industry trends. By...Show More Summary
John Sukup writes: I came across a chart recently posted by Boston Consulting Group on LinkedIn and wondered what your take on it was. To me, it seems to fall into the “suspicious” category but thought you may have a different opinion. Show More Summary
Here's what Hoffman's collaborator learned after spending 10,000 hours with the famed entrepreneur.
LinkedIn has a lot of companies in a lot of industries already using its hiring platform. But many of the industries LinkedIn has already dominated aren't growing by much, leaving it to take on new businesses that haven't yet fully engaged with its platform if it wants to maintain growth. Show More Summary
Top 5 LinkedIn Mistakes You Need to Avoid to Get the Best Results February 26, 2015 Looking for a job? These days, it’s possible to find the best ones online. All you need is a proper presence in the world of internet. There are quite a few social media platforms that can be used for job search. Show More Summary
I’ve been interested in process, so I attended this month’s Bay Area Learning Design Meetup that showcased LinkedIn’s work on Agile using Scrum for learning design. It was very nice of them to share the specifics of their process, and while there were more details than time permitted to cover, it was a great beginning […]
The Center for Marketing Research at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth recently conducted its annual in-depth study on the usage of social media by the fastest-growing corporations in the US. This new study revisits the Center’s work on the Inc. 500 social media usage for the eighth consecutive year, making it a valuable and rare […]
What if your dreaded inbox could lead to more meaningful professional connections than you find on LinkedIn? Conspire thinks it can. Email. We love to hate it. Or, sometimes, we just hate it. Read Full Story
We all know that LinkedIn is the default social networking for business-to-business (B2B) social media marketing, but many forget that LinkedIn is also the social network that could also be where the most educated and affluent consumers are. Show More Summary
It’s Pebble Time, Reddit bans stolen porn, Google teases Chromebook Pixel 2, LinkedIn pays out, the return of plastic instruments, and the 1,000th Google Chrome Experiment. Pebble Time Hits It Big on Kickstarter Pebble has launched its new smartwatch, Pebble Time, exclusively on Kickstarter. Show More Summary
Disclosure: While this is an unpaid post, LinkedIn is a client of my agency, TopRank Online Marketing. It wasn’t that long ago that most business marketers thought of LinkedIn purely as a place for online resumes and prospecting future hires. Today, with nearly 350 million members world-wide, LinkedIn has become a formidable marketing and sales resource [...]
Password leaks are horrible for users. For companies, they’re an embarrassment and sometimes they lead to legal action. LinkedIn was part of such a lawsuit and today Ars Technica reports that it settled that suit and the affected users will each get about $1. Show More Summary
A few years ago, LinkedIn screwed up big-time, and millions of user passwords got leaked. And now LinkedIn is prepared to pay each eligible screwed-over person a truly tiny settlement in one of the most arrogant and insulting settlements for digital duncery yet. Read more...
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Your LinkedIn profile is so useless, even LinkedIn doesnt think its worth more than a buck. LinkedIn was hacked back in June 2012 and about 6.5 million passwords were leaked. While it wasnt exactly catastrophic, 800,000 litigation-happy,...Show More Summary
LinkedIn launched an audience network to expand its Marketing Solutions segment.
It’s been a stellar few weeks for the professional networking giant. That said, there are a few things management would like you to keep tabs on going forward.
LinkedIn denies wrong-doing, but will salt and hash all passwords going forward.
Published every weekday, the Switchboard is your morning helping of hand-picked stories from the Switch team. LinkedIn settles class-action suit over weak password security. The New York Times reports: “LinkedIn, the largest business-oriented...Show More Summary