You’ve just landed your dream job. You’ll want to tell everyone the news, including your LinkedIn network. There are a few things to consider before doing so.
Having clients/customers and colleagues endorse your skills confirms to others that you really can do what you say you can do.
LinkedIn does have its downside: spammers and scammers. It’s an unfortunate reality of the online world that we have to constantly protect ourselves from such “bad apples”.
If you can get published in Forbes, you’re going to have content you can use for years to come. Learn how to get your mojo using LinkedIn.
It’s not every day that you’re on a billboard in Times Square! Thank you to everyone along the way who has helped Emily and me to reach this incredible milestone — YOU’RE the reason we’re here…
Dr. Marissa Pei, the “Asian Oprah”, interviewed our Founder, Dennis Koutoudis. Her past guests include 4-time world boxing champ Laila Ali (daughter of Muhammed Ali), while on the Red Carpet, Halle Berry, John Travolta, and others.
A friend from New Mexico was telling us all about a baffling interaction she had on LinkedIn. We want to point out that this is a perfect example of what NOT to do on LinkedIn.
Have you created a LinkedIn Newsletter yet? If not, you should definitely give it a shot! Before we tell you why, let’s talk a little bit about what is a LinkedIn Newsletter and how it works.
For those of you who are not aware of it yet, LinkedIn Stories are here and in my humble opinion, they’re here to stay! I’ve seen the massive utilization of these 24-hour updates in platforms such as Instagram.