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Introducing The Revised LinkedIn Personal Trainer

Posted by on 11 Oct 2011 | Tagged as: Jobs, Ways to Use LinkedIn

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It’s official – four years after launching the first book explaining the LinkedIn system to the professional, I’m pleased to announce a revised version.

The revised version takes the earlier material that concisely describes LinkedIn and updates it for today. As an additional bonus, I’ve added an appendix – the “Strategy Guide To Jumpstart Your Career With LinkedIn”.

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LinkedIn Doesn’t Work

Posted by on 30 Sep 2011 | Tagged as: Jobs

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Like that.

I’d like to interrupt the expected “LinkedIn for The Salesman” series for this important announcement.

You can’t get a job just because you use LinkedIn.

I liked both Mary Ann and Ginger.

And it’s silly to compare my dad with your dad…

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Jumpstart Your Career With LinkedIn

Posted by on 15 Sep 2011 | Tagged as: Connections, Introductions, Jobs, Profiles, Search, Ways to Use LinkedIn

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This post wraps up the topic of Jumpstarting your career with LinkedIn. We’ve taken the time to consider the essential components and how an experienced professional should be leveraging them – if they’re switching careers, or even if they’re staying put in the same field.

This summary post links to all the components of using LinkedIn to build your career.

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Resources For Jumpstarting Your Career – LinkedIn Introductions

Posted by on 13 Sep 2011 | Tagged as: Introductions, Jobs

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Continuing with the topic of Jumpstarting a second career, let’s consider introductions on LinkedIn and describe how experienced professionals should be leveraging them to jumpstart their careers – if they’re switching, or even if they’re staying put in the same field.

Yes, even if you’re in the very same career you started in, you can use LinkedIn to enhance your stature, effectiveness, and probably even your pay.

Let’s have a  look at introductions and using them to build your career.

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Resources For Jumpstarting Your Career – LinkedIn Search

Posted by on 09 Sep 2011 | Tagged as: Jobs, Search

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Continuing with the topic of Jumpstarting a second career, let’s consider searching on LinkedIn and describe how experienced professionals should be leveraging it to jumpstart their careers – if they’re switching, or even if they’re staying put in the same field.

Yes, even if you’re in the very same career you started in, you can use LinkedIn to enhance your stature, effectiveness, and probably even your pay.

Let’s have a  look at searching and using it to build your career.

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Resources For Jumpstarting Your Career – LinkedIn Profile

Posted by on 05 Sep 2011 | Tagged as: Jobs, Profiles

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Continuing with the topic of Jumpstarting a second career, let’s consider the LinkedIn profile and describe how experienced professionals should be leveraging it to jumpstart their careers – if they’re switching, or even if they’re staying put in the same field.

Yes, even if you’re in the very same career you started in, you can use LinkedIn to enhance your stature, effectiveness, and probably even your pay.

Let’s have a  look at that profile and using it to build a personal brand.

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Resources For Jumpstarting Your Career – LinkedIn Connections

Posted by on 31 Aug 2011 | Tagged as: Connections, Jobs

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The topic of Jumpstarting a second career seemed to resonate with readers, and so I’m going to throw in a series on each of the different LinkedIn components and describe how experienced professionals should be using LinkedIn to jumpstart their careers – if they’re switching, or even if they’re staying put in the same field.

Yes, even if you’re in the very same career you started in, you can use LinkedIn to enhance your stature, effectiveness, and probably even your pay.

Let’s have a  look at connections.

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Jumpstarting Second Careers With LinkedIn

Posted by on 30 Aug 2011 | Tagged as: Connections, Groups, Jobs, Profiles, Recommendations, Search, Ways to Use LinkedIn

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This topic blends a number of different questions that readers and seminar attendees have asked over the years, and seems to call out for a special article.

How should a user deal with multiple industries, age, locations and positions when they’re working with LinkedIn?

“Steve, can you help me merge those elements?”

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