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You can also check out the LinkedIn blog. There is lots of free flowing information about a wide range of topics. In my experience, LI has proven to be a great networking resource.

And, as Valeria has indicated, when used correctly you can make some great connections, promote yourself and your business, find valuable and useful information, and make a few friends along the way.

Part of the purpose is to connect job seekers but that is only one, very small, part of what it can do.

Cheers,
Marc

I had several in yesterday's post, actually. And you can find more posts on LinkedIn here.

Great advice all around. I confess that I'm still all thumbs, in a sense, when it comes to Linked In. From my perspective, it's a social network whose primary purpose is to connect job seekers with potential employers, so using it to promote my business at times seems futile. I should probably read up more on it: any source recommendations for successfully utilizing LI?

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