LinkedIn is considered by many to be the “profess […]
LinkedIn profiles: everyone has one... but is yours helping to drive new leads and customers?
according to the survey and research we developed with a client, Twitter was ranked slightly more valuable than LinkedIn when it came to sales prospecting. This is a follow up to a sales survey I wrote about on Forbes with Jim Keenan in 2013.
LinkedIn enters into every conversation I have about personal branding. It comes up in the daily conversations I have about content marketing and new media advertising. And whenever I’m tasked with helping people get started with social media marketing, the discussion always includes LinkedIn. There has never been a more powerful business networking tool than […]
New extension of site is aimed at college students.
LinkedIn is a great way to show off your professional chops. And with so many online profiles, you want to make sure yours stands out when you’re looking for work. One easy way to do this? Add media to your profile. Read more...
Using a LinkedIn profile to your advantage can prove to be a fantastic business asset of incomparable value. Consider how you can use your LinkedIn profile to find employment, secure new business connections and form strong partnerships. Show More Summary
Not sure how you can add value to your LinkedIn network? Well, have no fear! Here are three SUPER easy ways to offer value to your LinkedIn connections. The post 3 Easy Ways To Offer Value To Your LinkedIn Connections appeared first on CAREEREALISM.
I came across a post in my LinkedIn feed from a PM from Bahrain, Eman Deabil, who sparked a healthy debate about whether “Project Manager” is a real title and “Project Management” is a real profession. The crux of Eman’s...
Liz runs down the list of Ten Deadly Sins of LinkedIn Networking -- watch out for these!
Sarah Clatterbuck joined LinkedIn in 2012. She currently leads the company's web development teams responsible for horizontal user experience technical initiatives and infrastructure as well as leading the Accessibility Task Force and the Women In Tech Community Task Force. Show More Summary
With over 300 million professionals on LinkedIn, you may feel like a kid in a candy store—so many amazing experts you can access any time! In fact, you start fantasizing about how great it would be to line up Richard Branson for a coffee...Show More Summary
Welcome to Curbed's new weekly round-up of architecture and design on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and (god forbid) even LinkedIn. Collected from retweets, intra-office chats, and, well, anything that sent us into a 140-character tizzy, this is what Curbed editors actually...
Social media has the power to create information overload, regardless of the industry in which we work. However, it also provides more information than we’ve had access to before. In the fifth edition of Washington in the Information Age from the National Journal we see how Millennials, Gen-Xers, and Baby Boomers in Washington D.C. Show More Summary
Here’s my latest post for LinkedIn through their “Influencers” series. It might be old hat to readers of this blog, but I hope what I shared is useful for a wider audience that I have there. 10 Key Lean Mindsets for Factories, Hospitals, Startups, and More Feel free to comment there at LinkedIn or here […]
MEMORY HOLE: Hillary Clinton Omits Failed Presidential Campaign on LinkedIn Resume. “What else is she hiding?” Whatever she can.
Another prominent data scientist at LinkedIn has left the company. This time it's Daniel Tunkelang, who most recently worked there as a data scientist in residence. Now he's working on a startup.
Every day, the ProgrammableWeb team is busy, updating its three primary directories for APIs, clients (language-specific libraries or SDKs for consuming or providing APIs), and source code samples.
The 2016 presidential candidate--who recently visited small business owners in Iowa--laid out her campaign's promise to entrepreneurs Thursday on none other than career networking site LinkedIn.
There's a reason LinkedIn urges you to upload a photo. For better or worse, how we look deeply affects others' perceptions of our strength, intelligence and trustworthiness, according to a round up of the relevant neuroscience done by Entrepreneur Magazine. Happy faces -- think smiling, bright eyes -- make......