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  • Best LinkedIn Job Title When Unemployed

    I’m On LinkedIn – Now What???
    Jason Alba
    25 Sep 2014 | 10:51 pm
    Check out this post on Job-Hunt from Laura Smith-Proulx: The Best LinkedIn Job Title When You Are Unemployed The whole article is great – I want to focus on #1 and #2. Most of the time I see the job title (and professional headline, or as she calls it in #3, the headline) as a brag statement.  It is a part of history.  It is something that happened in the past. The problem with that is that a LinkedIn Profile (as well as a resume) is a marketing document.  Because of that, you shouldn’t necessarily focus on the past.  You should focus on what you want.  The future.  Why the…
  • How Changing One Word In Your LinkedIn Summary Can Double Engagement

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    23 Oct 2014 | 7:09 am
    When most people sit down to write the Summary section of their LinkedIn profile, the first two words they start with are “I am”. I am an experienced software developer with 20 years of experience … I am a CPA with a strong public and private accounting background … I am a dynamic HR professional at a Fortune 500 company … Nobody cares.  People don’t care about what you do; they care about who you are and why you do it. Yet, 95% of people on LinkedIn write their summary in a way that explains the “what” rather than the “who” and the…
  • LinkedIn’s Q3 2014 Earnings

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    Steve Sordello
    30 Oct 2014 | 1:00 pm
    Editor’s Note: We’d like to share with you the announcement related to our 2014 third quarter earnings. We’ll also be providing updates from the earnings call on StockTwits starting at 2pm Pacific Time today. Today, we reported our financial results for the third quarter 2014. LinkedIn demonstrated strength in the third quarter, leveraging the scale created by our member network to deliver growth across all three product lines. Revenue for the third quarter was $568 million, an increase of 45% compared to $393 million in the third quarter of 2013. Net loss attributable to common…
  • LinkedIn Q3: Marketing Solutions Revenue Up 45% As Bizo Integration Continues

    LinkedIn News
    31 Oct 2014 | 6:36 am
    LinkedIn's revenue grew 45% YoY in Q3 to $568 million. Its Marketing Solutions division also increased 45% YoY, totaling $109 million in revenue.
  • Biz Break: Wall Street roars to record highs as LinkedIn, GoPro soar - San Jose Mercury News

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    31 Oct 2014 | 2:16 pm
    Biz Break: Wall Street roars to record highs as LinkedIn, GoPro soarSan Jose Mercury NewsToday: The Dow Jones and S&P indexes hit all-time highs and the Nasdaq reaches its highest point since 2000 as LinkedIn and GoPro experience big post-earnings bounces. The Lead: New record stock highs as earnings exhilarate investors. The two ...LinkedIn and GoPro Are Big Market MoversABC Newsall 5 news articles »
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  • LinkedIn’s Q3 2014 Earnings

    Steve Sordello
    30 Oct 2014 | 1:00 pm
    Editor’s Note: We’d like to share with you the announcement related to our 2014 third quarter earnings. We’ll also be providing updates from the earnings call on StockTwits starting at 2pm Pacific Time today. Today, we reported our financial results for the third quarter 2014. LinkedIn demonstrated strength in the third quarter, leveraging the scale created by our member network to deliver growth across all three product lines. Revenue for the third quarter was $568 million, an increase of 45% compared to $393 million in the third quarter of 2013. Net loss attributable to common…
  • Map Your Professional Journey with SlideShare

    Arpit Dhariwal
    24 Oct 2014 | 9:00 am
    You might hold the same job title as thousands of others in your field – but the path you took to arrive your career destination was utterly unique, shaped by your education, experiences, talents and maybe even a bit of serendipity. But as we think about where we’re going, it’s often useful to see just how far we’ve come. SlideShare’s new Professional Journey offers just that: a dynamic interactive look back at all that you’ve accomplished – from your skills to where you were educated, from your years of experience to the types of positions you’ve held. It’s a…
  • From Tennis Lessons to Becoming a Smarter Professional – Inside Story with Ryan Roslansky

    Ryan Roslansky
    23 Oct 2014 | 9:30 am
    Editor’s Note: This is part of an ongoing Q&A series called the Inside Story where we sit down to learn more from the people behind the products at LinkedIn. Q: Why is LinkedIn focusing on content? A: We have millions of members around the world who want to be amazing at their jobs – and that basically boils down to being in permanent learning mode. At LinkedIn, we think that access to rich, informative content helps drive ongoing professional development and discussion. But it has to be surfaced in a way that’s useful to you personally – tailored to your individual needs and…
  • Defining A City By Its Professional Skill Set with Data From LinkedIn

    Sohan Murthy
    22 Oct 2014 | 9:00 am
    By their very design and origins, cities have always been linked closely to opportunity. In addition to providing concentrated access to a more diverse set of cultural, culinary, and educational options, cities also attract and nurture clusters of workers with complementary and contrasting skills. For workers considering a move, the professional attributes of a city can matter just as much as the attributes of a particular company or opportunity. Some professionals considering their next career move may be interested in an area that has a rich ecosystem of talent in their specialty. Others…
  • Getting Off the Sidelines: LinkedIn Speaker Series with Senator Kirsten Gillibrand

    Katie Ferrick
    21 Oct 2014 | 9:00 am
    When Senator Gillibrand visited LinkedIn last week for her Speaker Series talk, she not only impressed us with her legislative accomplishments; she demonstrated the importance of telling stories — our stories, and the stories of those we serve or who need our help. This is how she is able to make a difference — by sharing her story and the story of others to inspire change.  She encouraged all of us to make our voices heard to change the world. Her stories of working on issues close to her heart and the hearts of the people she serves is a true beacon and reason for optimism in the…
 
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  • Biz Break: Wall Street roars to record highs as LinkedIn, GoPro soar - San Jose Mercury News

    31 Oct 2014 | 2:16 pm
    Biz Break: Wall Street roars to record highs as LinkedIn, GoPro soarSan Jose Mercury NewsToday: The Dow Jones and S&P indexes hit all-time highs and the Nasdaq reaches its highest point since 2000 as LinkedIn and GoPro experience big post-earnings bounces. The Lead: New record stock highs as earnings exhilarate investors. The two ...LinkedIn and GoPro Are Big Market MoversABC Newsall 5 news articles »
  • Why LinkedIn's Chris Saccheri Quit His Powerful Job To Be A Stay-At-Home Dad - Business Insider

    31 Oct 2014 | 2:12 pm
    Business InsiderWhy LinkedIn's Chris Saccheri Quit His Powerful Job To Be A Stay-At-Home DadBusiness InsiderChris Saccheri had a great job running the web development team at LinkedIn. There was only one problem: He wanted to spend more time with his kids. "To be able to have breakfast with them. To walk them to school," he tells Business Insider. He was and more »
  • LinkedIn had one of the first data science teams. Now it's breaking up the band - VentureBeat

    31 Oct 2014 | 12:22 pm
    VentureBeatLinkedIn had one of the first data science teams. Now it's breaking up the bandVentureBeatMOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. — LinkedIn has divvied up its respected data science team, which created features like skills, “people you may know,” “people also viewed,” and “who's viewed your profile,” VentureBeat has learned. The shift, which occurred
  • Inside LinkedIn's 12% Stock Leap: How China, Job Ads Pay Off - Forbes

    31 Oct 2014 | 8:34 am
    ForbesInside LinkedIn's 12% Stock Leap: How China, Job Ads Pay OffForbesMost social-media companies disappointed investors with their third quarter results — but not LinkedIn. Shares of the Mountain View, Calif., company have rocketed ahead 12% in Friday trading, aided by strong growth in the China market and the LinkedIn shares climb on membership, sales growthFortuneLinkedIn's Revenue Gains SharplyWall Street JournalLinkedIn offers languid revenue forecastUSA TODAYMarketWatch -Motley Fool -Business Insiderall 171 news articles »
  • Tech Five: Shares of LinkedIn, Groupon surging - USA TODAY

    31 Oct 2014 | 5:49 am
    USA TODAYTech Five: Shares of LinkedIn, Groupon surgingUSA TODAYLinkedIn. Shares zoomed 9.5% in pre-market trading after the professional social network reported strong third-quarter results, but a weaker than expected forecast for the fourth quarter. LinkedIn reported sales of $568 million with an earnings per and more »
 
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  • 1 year of updates..

    VixenArtwear
    30 Oct 2014 | 10:49 am
    There is so much that goes into a forming incubating business. In 1 year VixenArtWear has grown into a field of social media – and its been quite an enormous task but here’s the result of a selective business strategy. Appearoo lists all of my current groups and listings. Curious to see how busy we’ve been? Click here Between Facebook and Twitter  we admit time went zooming by and before we knew it a vacation of inspiration was needed. A road trip for a week was embarked upon, with the navigation set to Virginia’s gorgeous skyline drive. Caverns dripping with…
  • PR is dead -- long live social PR

    Giselle Bisson
    30 Oct 2014 | 10:22 am
    PR is dead. Did you hear me? The career I’ve been in for 18 years — dead. Over. Toast. Done. It’s evolved into something much more powerful and effective. Social PR. I think that PR and social media are not separate anymore — and are in fact the same thing. I’ve seen social media evolve over the past 30 years, from CompuServe to the WeLL to AOL to Craigslist to Ryze, then Friendster, MySpace, Tribe.net, blogging, and today, Twitter and Facebook. Facebook is just another chat room. It’s all just a big virtual cocktail party. But what has changed —…
  • Screening with LinkedIn - Certain information is a “consumer report” says a lawsuit

    Michel Cournoyer
    30 Oct 2014 | 10:14 am
    The popular social network was sued on Oct. 9, 2014, for alleged violations of the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA). The class action, Sweet v. LinkedIn Corporation, filed in the Northern District of California, claims that LinkedIn’s reference checking services are essentially background screening functions that should be regulated by the FCRA. The case against LinkedIn The plaintiffs are claiming that LinkedIn has gotten into the background screening business, but isn’t playing by the rules. In legal terms, the plaintiffs claim that certain information on LinkedIn is a “consumer…
  • Movie in Review: The Longest Week 2014

    Cassandra Scearce
    30 Oct 2014 | 10:14 am
    “The Longest Week” was the longest movie I have watched in a while. Jason Bateman is usually very funny. He had a couple moments in the movie but not enough for me. The movie dragged on forever. It was all about an entitled socialite that doesn’t understand or appreciate life. Almost the whole movie centered around a week’s time. Jason Bateman lands the girl that his best friend is pining over just because he was enamored with her after seeing her on the subway once. The girl, played by Olivia Wilde, was very beautiful in a covered up way but I felt her character also lacked…
  • Coaching, Cooperation and Confidence

    wouterhasekamp
    30 Oct 2014 | 10:10 am
    One of the finest moments in the life of a parent, and one of the most decisive moments in the life of a child is when he is better at something than his father or mother. For fathers is often a sport, and when it comes to football that moment is near for me. Sometimes we bring that moment closer by letting our kids win a game, but they don’t really believe. It does make them happy for a moment, but for their confidence it does not do much.   In companies it is often the other way around: the managers are usually afraid that their staff, or others in the company, will become better…
 
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  • LinkedIn Announcements Change: Yippee! Hurrah!

    Jason Alba
    17 Oct 2014 | 1:44 pm
    In August I blogged about a dismal change LinkedIn had made: LinkedIn Announcement Change: Boo! Hiss! Today I’m here to report that the either changed back, or fixed a bug…. whatever the reason, LinkedIn Group Announcments have become useful again. The problem was that when you sent a “Group Announcement,” which is an email that members of your group get, the inbox subject would be: [New announcement] ___________________________ (the name of the group). You can seem an image on the August post. Since then I was almost resolved to give up on Group Announcements……
  • LinkedIn Articles: When You Can’t Reply To Comments

    Jason Alba
    2 Oct 2014 | 6:53 am
    I wrote an article on LinkedIn that has upset some people because I said job seekers are stupid. Actually, I didn’t say that. I said they can say something that makes them SOUND stupid.  And some people thought I was talking about an interview, which I wasn’t.  They got hung up on a few things, got mad, and left a comment. Anyway, I went into the comments on the article, wrote a reply, and usually the reply got posted.  But sometimes the reply button did nothing… I click and click and click and nothing. I had to switch from Chrome (my default browser) to Internet…
  • Best LinkedIn Job Title When Unemployed

    Jason Alba
    25 Sep 2014 | 10:51 pm
    Check out this post on Job-Hunt from Laura Smith-Proulx: The Best LinkedIn Job Title When You Are Unemployed The whole article is great – I want to focus on #1 and #2. Most of the time I see the job title (and professional headline, or as she calls it in #3, the headline) as a brag statement.  It is a part of history.  It is something that happened in the past. The problem with that is that a LinkedIn Profile (as well as a resume) is a marketing document.  Because of that, you shouldn’t necessarily focus on the past.  You should focus on what you want.  The future.  Why the…
  • Goodbye Introduction Requests? And EXCELLENT Advice from Donna Serdula

    Jason Alba
    25 Sep 2014 | 7:47 am
    I saw this on a LinkedIn group I’m on: LinkedIn Removes Introduction Requests to 3rd Degree Connections Maybe people just weren’t using the Introduction requests. I had for a while, but LinkedIn had limited them, which was dumb.  I have a feeling people just weren’t using them much.  And those who did use them didn’t have much success. I think the main reason they are gone, though, is that it forces people to upgrade.  Many of the changes LinkedIn has made in the last few years (since a little before the IPO) that have left people scratching there heads were to get…
  • Rapportive not dying, just getting cut off at the knees

    Jason Alba
    17 Sep 2014 | 10:23 pm
    So LinkedIn is not discontinuing this feature, but it’s weakening it. Note: if you don’t use gmail, don’t worry about this I guess it was inevitable that LinkedIn would put up high walls around Rapportive’s functionality, and cut off other systems.  Kind of a play from the 1990′s, imo. Oh well, I had it, but didn’t use it that much.  The author of the article was, I think, too enthusiastic with this line:  “If you’re unfamiliar with Rapportive, you don’t email enough.” asdf
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  • How Businesses Can Size-Up Subreddits for Promotion

    Jesse Aaron
    31 Oct 2014 | 5:45 am
    Even with reddit climbing its way to the 10th most popular and trafficked website in the U.S. (43rd in the world), many businesses remain stagnant when it comes to interacting and contributing to the communities on reddit. Some companies simply don’t see the value or may feel confused/intimidated by the strange social mannerisms and passionately […] Author information Jesse Aaron This monthly Reddit column is contributed by Jesse Aaron. Jesse is a professional blogger with a passion for homebrewing. In his spare time Jesse enjoys redditting, brewing beer (as you may have guessed),…
  • Connect the Online Dots with the Power of Google Plus

    Peg Fitzpatrick
    30 Oct 2014 | 5:45 am
    Google Plus is still a mystery to many but ignoring the megawatt power of Google search is a mistake unless you’re trying to remain invisible. If the question is “how can I be found in the online world,” Google is your answer. Getting started with Google Plus is worth your time. Let’s go through the […] Author information Peg Fitzpatrick Peg Fitzpatrick contributes a monthly column on Google+. Peg is a social media strategist, writer, and speaker. She's co-author of The Art of Social Media: Power Tips for Power Users with Guy Kawasaki. Social media is her passion. And her job.
  • China Social Media Marketing Opportunities on Douban

    Miguel Roberg
    29 Oct 2014 | 5:45 am
    Due to China’s enormous internet population many niche sites have been created. One of these niche sites is Douban. Douban is the main review based social network site in China. Launched on March 6, 2005, it is a Chinese SNS community for users to share opinions and create content related to movies, books, and music. […] Author information Miguel Roberg This monthly Chinese Social Media column is contributed by Miguel Roberg. Miguel is passionate about marketing and advertising, currently lives in Beijing, China and is actively pursuing a career in the advertising industry. He is…
  • Why You Don’t Want Tsu Social Media?

    Wade Harman
    28 Oct 2014 | 5:45 am
    I’ve moved to yet another social platform. So Tsu me. This is no big announcement.  People flock to new social media sites all the time. But this move was different. Recently, I signed up for the Tsu social media site and was met with great reproach. People didn’t like it.  Even with a Tsu user guide. […] Author information Wade Harman This monthly Social Media Psychology column is contributed by Wade Harman. Wade is a full time blogger and social media psychology expert. He earned a Cognitive Psychotherapy graduate degree in 2000, and he now uses that knowledge to…
  • 7 Ways to Host a Killer Contest on Pinterest

    Julia Campbell
    27 Oct 2014 | 5:45 am
    Whether you are just starting out on Pinterest or want to inject some excitement into your online marketing efforts, try hosting a Pinterest contest! Pinterest contests are a great way to increase engagement and even get more sales. Contests have been shown to increase website traffic and will help build “buzz” and attention around your […] Author information Julia Campbell This monthly Pinterest column is contributed by Julia Campbell. Julia helps nonprofits raise money and connect with supporters using websites, email marketing, social media and other online tools. A social media…
 
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  • You are giving yourself too much credit.

    Josh Turner
    23 Oct 2014 | 9:17 am
    What percentage of prospects will you turn into clients? Almost without fail, business owners, entrepreneurs, marketing and sales leaders will over-estimate. They’ll say 25%, when in fact the real number might be 5%. More seasoned businesses with a lot of sales history typically don’t have this problem to as severe an extent, but they DO [...] The post You are giving yourself too much credit. appeared first on LinkedSelling.
  • What are the new LinkedIn Premium account features all about?

    Matt Kersey
    30 Sep 2014 | 6:01 am
    You may have recently come across a LinkedIn profile that looks radically different from yours. And you may have asked yourself, “What’s this?” or “How can I get this? I want to be cool too!” Back in June LinkedIn rolled out an updated version of their premium accounts. And while it is a big leap [...] The post What are the new LinkedIn Premium account features all about? appeared first on LinkedSelling.
  • How Direct Sponsored Content Has Completely Changed LinkedIn Ads

    Ryan Farrell
    16 Sep 2014 | 6:34 am
    Direct Sponsored Content allows advertisers on LinkedIn to promote dark (hidden) posts to their selected audience. This gives the advertiser power to create sponsored updates that will show up in the news feed’s of their targeted ad audience. Being able to decide whether or not your post will be seen by your network has two [...] The post How Direct Sponsored Content Has Completely Changed LinkedIn Ads appeared first on LinkedSelling.
  • How to Utilize Email Lists to Grow Your LinkedIn Connections

    Ben Kniffen
    8 Sep 2014 | 10:58 am
    The first thing everyone tells you to do when you create a LinkedIn profile is to import your email contacts and invite them to connect. It seems like a simple task but LinkedIn has implemented some major changes to their “connections” area over the past year that make aspects of this process a little tricky [...] The post How to Utilize Email Lists to Grow Your LinkedIn Connections appeared first on LinkedSelling.
  • How to Write Content That YOU Actually Want to Read

    Annie Niehoff
    3 Sep 2014 | 7:00 am
    I am currently reading  “Steal Like An Artist,” by Austin Kleon where he identifies the 10 Things Nobody Told You About Being Creative. One chapter, Write the Book You Want to Read, has particularity inspired me to focus my daily work and writing into a space of creativity. Kleon says that we should do more [...] The post How to Write Content That YOU Actually Want to Read appeared first on LinkedSelling.
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  • How Changing One Word In Your LinkedIn Summary Can Double Engagement

    linkedbright
    23 Oct 2014 | 7:09 am
    When most people sit down to write the Summary section of their LinkedIn profile, the first two words they start with are “I am”. I am an experienced software developer with 20 years of experience … I am a CPA with a strong public and private accounting background … I am a dynamic HR professional at a Fortune 500 company … Nobody cares.  People don’t care about what you do; they care about who you are and why you do it. Yet, 95% of people on LinkedIn write their summary in a way that explains the “what” rather than the “who” and the…
  • How Many LinkedIn Connections Should You Have: Quality vs Quantity

    linkedbright
    22 Sep 2014 | 6:12 pm
    One of the more hotly debated issues regarding LinkedIn is how many LinkedIn connections you should have. Some believe that more connections is the way to go regardless of any real relationship you have while others advocate for fewer, more intimate connections.   Personally, I prefer more of a hybrid approach. I don’t want 20,000 connections because I think it’d be too much to manage. However, I’m okay moving beyond my inner circle of people I know or have done business with because regardless of what LinkedIn says about only connecting with people you know, they…
  • How To Use Keywords in LinkedIn To Boost Your Search Rankings

    linkedbright
    18 Sep 2014 | 1:42 pm
    One of the most frequent questions I get is how to increase the frequency of recruiters or potential clients finding your profile through LinkedIn’s search feature. More than 90% of recruiters use LinkedIn to source candidates, so if you’re trying to be found, you need to make sure your profile is optimized with the keywords that will help your profile rise in the rankings. Keywords in LinkedIn Are The Top Factor In Your Search Ranking Before you can optimize your profile, you need to determine the top 3-5 keywords you wish to rank for. Here are four ideas to help you create your…
  • Infographic: 10 Tips To Build The Perfect LinkedIn Profile

    linkedbright
    12 Sep 2014 | 1:30 pm
    Our friends over at Link Humans created an excellent graphic that summarizes many of the ideas we preach about each day here at LinkedBright. Enjoy! The post Infographic: 10 Tips To Build The Perfect LinkedIn Profile appeared first on LinkedBright.
  • 3 LinkedIn Hacks to Get Some Premium Services for Free

    linkedbright
    3 Aug 2014 | 8:00 am
    There is a long-standing debate about whether or not LinkedIn’s premium services are worth it. For most recruiters and B2B salespeople, the paid tools are a great option, but most casual users probably don’t need to shell out the money each month. I’m not a huge fan of cheating the system, but I’m always up for capitalizing on a “loophole” to save a little cash. I’ve tried all of the LinkedIn hacks I’m about to suggest, so I know that they work. 1) Avoid paying for inmails to people you aren’t connected to. Many people pay for the premium…
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  • LinkedIn for Education: What Current Students Need to Know

    Alicia Dodd
    30 Oct 2014 | 3:30 am
    Last week, in part one of this five part series, I discussed how LinkedIn has made major strides to help prospective students research and decide where they want to begin their educational and professional journey. This week I want to focus on how the new “YOUniversity” dashboard is also geared toward current students. As a current student, you can still use the new features made available for prospective students, such as University Rankings, University Finder, and Decision boards; but LinkedIn’s focus for current students expands further, which I will discuss in this post. Are you a…
  • My LinkedIn Network is a microcosm — is yours?

    Colleen McKenna
    28 Oct 2014 | 3:30 am
    My network is a microcosm of professionals looking to network, interact and drive new opportunities. We all have several networks. Personal, professional, family, faith-based, hobby-based. In general, I have a reasonably diverse network. The one that is the most diverse? My LinkedIn network. People often ask me how I figure out who should be in my network and how I decide good connections from not-so-great connections. And just yesterday, a client questioned whether you can really have 500 meaningful connections. I do and I think you can depending on how you are using LinkedIn. First, do you…
  • LinkedIn for Education: Calling all Prospective Students

    Alicia Dodd
    23 Oct 2014 | 3:30 am
    As a young professional, I still feel a deep connection with our education system and students in particular.  I personally believe that LinkedIn shares the same passion in wanting to see students and schools succeed.  LinkedIn’s passion for education has shown through with its unveiling of the “YOUniversity” dashboard. This new dashboard is found by clicking on the “Education” link found under the “Interests” tab. Let me just say that LinkedIn did an AWESOME job with creating this new area. Individuals can now customize the educational experience they’d like to receive on…
  • Top 3 Reasons Why Financial Advisors Should Use LinkedIn

    Lindsey Stemann
    21 Oct 2014 | 3:30 am
    Are you competitive? How are you creating your competitive edge? Would you say that you are the leader of the pack? Beating out your competition? When was the last time you thought about it? One of my favorite types of professionals to work with is the financial advisor. Why? They understand that in order to take their production to the next level they must invest in themselves and their business. The investment is a combination of hiring associates to delegate to and free up time to find and help more people, hiring a personal trainer to stay physically fit and have a higher degree of…
  • Quick Tip: Updates are coming to the LinkedIn User Agreement

    Erin Miller
    16 Oct 2014 | 3:30 am
      LinkedIn is making a few changes! If you post original content on LinkedIn, these updates might be of interest to you.   Effective October 23, 2014, the LinkedIn User Agreement and Privacy Policy will change. If you love reading long user agreements, legal language and policies as much as I do, feel free to don a party hat, pour yourself your favorite cocktail and read to your heart’s content! Otherwise, look below for a few highlights, taken directly from our friends at LinkedIn:   You can find a preview of the updated User Agreement here. The video below also does a great…
 
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