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» Why I Don't Want to Be Added to Your LinkedIn Network (and What I Do Want) from Ari Herzog
As Part 4 of my Heroes series, I will tell you why I don't want to be added to your professional network on LinkedIn...based on the following 10 assumptions about you:I assume you have heard of Linked... [Read More]


Hi Valeria, what Linkedin does, if used correctly,is expose you to some very very intelligent and thought provoking people. I absolutely use it to ask questions and read answers of people that you would otherwise never be able to talk with. What it does is create dialogue and conversations where none existed. It creates relationships that otherwise would have never had a snowballls chance of happening. From a business standpoint it opens up an ad hoc panel of experts whenever you need to pick their brains on any business issue you may have brewing.

linkedin was just added to the about.com top 10 employment site list with two others:


Lots of ways to get a job online....and these days we need a lot of help!

This is a great, timely post. LinkedIn is often overlooked. Unfortunate, so much can be gained from using it for business. Great tips.


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