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Presentation for Nevada State SHRM Conference, October 25, 2012

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    LinkedIn NV State SHRM Conference LinkedIn NV State SHRM Conference Presentation Transcript

    • 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
    • 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
    • Now that you know the http://www.edbatista.com/2011/07/self- monitoring-and-authenticity.htmlnumbers, why do you need to be on LinkedIn?
    • Strategic Imperative
    • 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
    • EmployeesCustomers Suppliers
    • Without engagement, wecannot compete for relevance.Without relevance, we cannot compete. Brian Solis, July 15, 2011