[InMap labels build]This slide shows an InMap, which is a visual representation of your connections and how they’re all connected to each other. As you can see, there are clusters for this person’s current company, past company, school, and so on. We’ll share a link at the end of the webcast so you can create your own InMap—but we shared it here to demonstrate how powerful your network of connections can be.So let’s talk about your connections.First of all, with whom should you connect?Connect with…- People at your company Your peers at other companies People you’ve worked with or gone to school with in the past Qualified individuals in your candidate pipeline with whom you’d like to keep in touch, whether or not they’re ready for a new opportunityThe more people you’re connected to, the further your network reaches. Your connections allow you to gain valuable access to THEIR connections, and you can ask your connections to “warm up” your leads with an introduction to their connections. Try browsing through the connections of superstar engineers at your company, for example—odds are they know other superstar engineers and can introduce you!HOWEVER—that doesn’t mean you should connect with just anyone. Having people you don’t know, haven’t worked with, and can’t vouch for can dilute your network’s value. Also, as a word of warning—if you invite strangers to join your network too many times and people respond that they do not know you, you will not be allowed to use this invite mechanism in the future. So choose your connections wisely!
What about the other 80% to 90%? They’re really busy being really successful!If only 20% of professionals are actively seeking a new job at a given time:Why would you limit your search to sites that only have job seekers, when you could fish in a much larger pond?Why fish in that pond where there is one with better fish too. Don’t limit your reach in terms of size of quality. Go where the best are.
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