Topics show People, Posts, Presentations and Groups related to that topic/skill. Try https://www.linkedin.com/topic/socialselling Now replace the ending and see what you get. Have you seen this before?
I think it steers us to pick a prime skill and then maximise alignment by creating various content to build and reinforce our position, thereby boosting content marketing, but then some with Game the system.
What do you think of it? Will it change what you do?
With the extra piece added in the URL ("edu" or "company"), it shows extra info. Namely, it shows the other top skills for people with the given skill and even the numbers of those profiles for each related skill. Take a look.
Of course, the skill name at the end can be changed to anything else; for example: https://www.linkedin.com/topic/edu/knitting
I'm setting financial goals for billing clients, and also goals for activity (like networking events), and for assets (like content pieces and connections).
I then use Nimble CRM to manage my time, activities and communications.
How do you set goals and track progress?
I got one of those new spammy "Great Post" messages from someone I consider to be a VIP and thought 'great'. But when I looked at the thread it was in line with previous communications with one of my regular contacts. What could have been a great trigger to get back to the VIP could have been an egg-on-face situation. Anyone seen similar?
Maybe I'm missing something but I can't see any equivalent to Facebook and Twitter Lists or Google+ Groups in LinkedIn Navigator. TAG groups seem like the obvious way to achieve this, but they seem pretty ineffective currently.
Why do I wish I could segment my LinkedIn Contacts and Communications?
- so I can decide the relevant audience to share status updates with - so I can control that eg. an update relevant to Bristol UK only goes to them, not my US or worldwide contacts.
- so I can view the status updates from a subset of contacts at a time - customers, prospect, experts etc.
- oh, and for good measure - a view next/previous record button for sequential viewing within a segment would be icing on the cake.
Has anyone found a way to achieve this, and if not, do you think this is a good idea?
I've encountered this 3 times in the last couple of days, but when I scroll down I find the Summary below the Experience section.
Maybe that's a user choice, but somehow I doubt it.
Maybe it's a LinkedIn bug, which I suspect.
My cautionary note - If a profile doesn't start with a summary don't assume they haven't written one. Have you seen this recently?
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