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A few months ago, I saw Guy Kawasaki’s blog post, 10 Ways to Use LinkedIn , and it made me realize that you can use LinkedIn for a lot more than just networking. For example, journalists can get value from LinkedIn both as a research tool and as a tool for career development: Here are ten ways for journalists to use LinkedIn: 1. Get noticed for the work you do I’ve seen a lot of journalists with pretty sparse profiles. This is a mistake.
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When 92 percent of journalists have a LinkedIn account, there has to be a good reason. There is, and business leaders, representatives and PR pros should pay attention. A new survey from Arketi Group found that the percent of journalists on LinkedIn has increased from 85 percent in 2009. Why? LinkedIn provides an easy way for reporters to connect with sources.
This post is part 2 in a series, Social Media for Journalists . There’s one thing I expect to see on every journalist’s LinkedIn page: Journalism is one of the few professions where hitting LinkedIn’s 500+ connection threshold should be part of the job description. That’s because, as with professionals in a handful of other fields (h.r., real estate sales), journalists live or die by the breadth of their network. This doesn’t mean that a journalist with fewer than 500 connections should stay off of LinkedIn: a journalist without a LinkedIn profile is an even more anachronistic creature. Rather, it means that you should focus on building your LinkedIn network so that you can use it in the following ways: