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LinkedIn NV State SHRM Conference
LinkedIn NV State SHRM Conference
LinkedIn NV State SHRM Conference
LinkedIn NV State SHRM Conference
LinkedIn NV State SHRM Conference
LinkedIn NV State SHRM Conference
LinkedIn NV State SHRM Conference
LinkedIn NV State SHRM Conference
LinkedIn NV State SHRM Conference
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Presentation for Nevada State SHRM Conference, October 25, 2012

Presentation for Nevada State SHRM Conference, October 25, 2012

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  1. Next 60 Minutes• Bret Simmons – 20 minutes – Why you need to be on LinkedIn – What to look for in a good profile• Steve Blackhall – 20 minutes – Passive search – Case study• Questions – 20 minutes
  2. More Recent Statistics• 175 million total users• Adding 175,000 profiles a day• Executives from all Fortune 500 companies• 2 million company pages• 20 million students and recent college graduates – fastest growing demographic• 5 billion people searches projected 2012
  3. Now that you know the http://www.edbatista.com/2011/07/self- monitoring-and-authenticity.htmlnumbers, why do you need to be on LinkedIn?
  4. Strategic Imperative
  5. Organizations should not be asking how social media aremaking them money; they shouldbe asking how social media are making them better Richard Binhammer Dell, July 2011
  6. EmployeesCustomers Suppliers
  7. Without engagement, wecannot compete for relevance.Without relevance, we cannot compete. Brian Solis, July 15, 2011

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