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What is LinkedIn? And why should you use it?

Today there are many social media platforms – like Facebook, Instagram and Twitter – all offering the chance to network. But only LinkedIn offers a purely business network where members can find out more about your professional situation. (more…)

7 Smart Ways to Promote Your Business on LinkedIn


LinkedIn is the world’s top rated professional network with over 450 million users. Among them, at least 65 million are business professionals looking for new ways to expand their business ideas. If you are still treating LinkedIn as one of the other social networking sites, then you are underestimating its potential and losing out on a great marketing opportunity for your business.  (more…)

6 Tips to Build and Grow Your LinkedIn Network

Networking on LinkedIn. Networking on LinkedIn.

LinkedIn is one of the world’s largest professional networks, which has more than 400 million members in 200 countries around the world. Its mission is networking and to connect the world’s professionals to make them more productive and successful.

Upon joining, one can get access to people, jobs, news, updates, and insights that will possibly help them be great at what they do. Just like other computer applications, this social media giant is about science and art. Its science lies in the process of navigating the application while its art lies in understanding how it works and leveraging that to your advantage.  (more…)

People you should never add on LinkedIn

networking 1 The article is based on “Mastering LinkedIn”

You have just had your LinkedIn profile for a few months and one day you get an invitation to connect from a random stranger. What do you do? This can be a daunting situation for a LinkedIn newbie, but don’t panic we have got some tips for you.

Karen Brown, author of the ebook Mastering LinkedIn suggests to assess the person’s profile first, if you receive an invitation on LinkedIn from someone you don’t know. “Whilst it’s flattering to be asked to connect with someone, there are a couple of things to consider when deciding whether to accept an invitation or not,” says Karen.