Between the huge user-base of Facebook and the brevity of Twitter, many people see LinkedIn as social media only for job seekers. If you are looking for customers, not a job, LinkedIn is a great tool for SEO and advertising your company. In about 15 minutes a week, you will be able to use LinkedIn to build your brand, help your people show their authority in their field, and drive traffic to your web site.
How do you feel when you hear the term “social media”? Do you swoon over the endless possibilities of connecting with new and interesting people and ideas from all over the world? Or do you bristle at the foreign, confusing landscape of Tweets, Facebooks, and hashtags? If find yourself closer to the latter, then this post is especially for you. The world
If you are a LinkedIn member, please be aware that Invitations to Connect may be phishing attempts. We’ve seen a few of these LinkedIn scams lately. Details of the LinkedIn phishing email scam The email appears to be from LinkedIn with a spoofed email address of email@example.com The subject line is Invitation to connect on LinkedIn. The links embedded in the email do not
Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Tumblr, LinkedIn, Google+, Instagram, Foursquare, Flickr, YouTube… the depth and breadth of social platforms out there is mind-boggling. If you’re participating in one or two, it’s not hard to manage content and notifications for your social site of choice. But if you’re participating in numerous sites, managing your time and efforts while still covering all your bases can get