17 LinkedIn Tricks I learned While On My Way to Another Web Page


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17 LinkedIn Tricks I learned While On My Way to Another Web Page

LinkedIn is a great networking tool. I am as guilty of not using it properly and not taking full advantage of all it has to offer as the next person. I found 17 different ways to put it to good use today. Some I knew and several I didn’t. They are compliments of Thomas Clifford, filmmaker. His blog, “Bringing Brands to Life” is a great blended discussion of his filmmaking abilities and Social Networking.
If you’re looking for a great primer on any facet of shooting and producing a corporate video you’ll find it here. Tom does a wonderful job of providing information and instilling confidence that he’ll be able to deliver the finished goods. Read the “About Tom” page and if you’re like me, you’ll immediately have a sense of what he’s like as a person.  Every client or prospect is faced with budget constraints in today’s world.  Want to leverage that upcoming video interview fully? Read his article about how to create 11 media products in 3 different formats from one interview.
In no particular order, here are three of his LinkedIn tricks that are some of my favorites:
  • #1 Create 3 saved searches- manually performing a people search with the same criteria is a pain in the… Did you know that you could save up to 3 searches and then get email notifications when there are changes?
  • #2 Create status updates in a snap- status updates are a quick and easy method to stay on your contact’s radar. What to write is always the dilemma. No more writer’s block.
  • #6 Spare your network from every little update- staying on their radar is one thing. Being notified constantly while making minor tweaks to your profile is another. Turn off notifications while you’re tweaking.
There are 14 more tricks that Tom gives you to put up your sleeve. Read the entire post, “17 Invisible LinkedIn Tricks Revealed”.  Using just a few of these tricks will make your LinkedIn time more productive and rewarding. Equally important is the concept that Tom has grasped quite fully. You must give value to your prospects and clients first, before you can ask in return.


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