Minimizing Errors of Omission on LinkedIn

Given the sheer volume of information that we need to process in order to be effective on LinkedIn, it is expected that errors will be part of the experience. Many errors associated with LinkedIn use are isolated occurrences and correctable. You … Continue reading

Quality vs. Quantity on LinkedIn

The quality-versus-quantity argument regarding LinkedIn rages on. How much information is too much? Is a bigger network better? What constitutes excessive posting? Often, there is no logical manner in which to assess how people use the site; they just do what they … Continue reading

Making the Move to LinkedIn Master

Gaining traction on LinkedIn is challenging enough. Performing well on the site involves the acquisition and application of specific knowledge and skills. Achieving LinkedIn mastery results from developing an appreciation for the art and science of social networking, ritualistically advancing … Continue reading

For the Truly Lost on LinkedIn

Whereas LinkedIn is considered as an indispensable component of business today, so many people remain confused as to how the site works. They might engage on a minimal level (if at all) before becoming overwhelmed by a sense of urgency … Continue reading

The Working LinkedIn Profile

During the course of my business day, I review many LinkedIn profiles. I am impressed by the various approaches that people take in populating (or not) each section of the document, and representing themselves. Most profiles are nondescript or skeletal. … Continue reading