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I’ve received several messages in the past day of clients who have had various warnings and restrictions placed on their LinkedIn accounts. Here’s an example of one: “Please note: This message is a notice that you are nearing the threshold of “I don’t know” responses you can receive before you will be required to enter an email address when sending invitations. Please remember to only invite people you know.”
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This resource is intended for people who… …are new to it and wondering how to use LinkedIn for business and career development …have used LinkedIn a while but feel like they haven’t really been getting the most out of it …are trying to persuade their friends to join LinkedIn and want to show the value of it …think there’s no real value in LinkedIn (we hope to convince you otherwise) No matter how much I may know about using LinkedIn, millions of users (or some subset thereof) are collectively going to know a whole lot more about it than I do. In May 2007, I kicked off a group writing project called “Smart Ways to Use LinkedIn”. What follows are the results of that project, plus some writings of my own, plus various blog posts and a couple of articles that fit the intent of this collection.
With the SlideShare application on LinkedIn , it’s now incredibly easy to add videos to your LinkedIn profile.
LinkedIn Has Some Serious Success Stories to Share with You
Sharlyn Lauby is the president of Internal Talent Management (ITM) which specializes in employee training and human resources consulting. She authors a blog at hrbartender.com . LinkedIn , which recently reached the 50 million user milestone , has long been considered the social networking site for professionals.