As every social platform you have to know about the basic principles and the way it works. This is not different with LinkedIn. In this post we address some simple and I would even say trivial basics which are often forgotten or not known. They could help you to really boost your visibility and authority. If applied correctly and consistently, following these principles can bring the desired benefits the same week you start. It is very rewarding and will motivate you to put more time and quality in it. Many books have been written about how to use LinkedIn effectively. By browsing Amazon you will surely find a range of very good books on the subject. Soon we will publish our Top 10 of the best books we would recommend you to read. Start today, go on the fast-lane and apply the few simple steps we describe today and be successful by promoting yourself on LinkedIn.
If you are currently unemployed, no need to tell you that the best thing you can rely on to bounce back is the network you have established over the last years. With the importance the social networks have developed over the last ten years it would be a shame if you had not built your online presence at the same pace than your real life network. When hard times strike, combining both online and offline networks give you a real chance to stand out.
Whether you are a corporate employee, self-employed professional or entrepreneur, climbing the ladder to success can be easy if you are committed to consistently following a few simple networking strategies in your career. In this post I will introduce you to some best practice tools to foster effective business networking.
One of the most important skills I learned as I moved up the corporate ladder that still serves me well today is the art of networking. For an entrepreneur and small business owner, referrals can make up 80%-90% of new business revenues. Networking is both a competency and a process that you need to hone in order to be successful.
Businesses have a love-hate relationship with networking: It takes time and effort, but it can also beget some great rewards. Here are some ways to keep your company on top of its networking game.