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Linked in get connected
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Slides following my training session on Linked In.

Slides following my training session on Linked In.

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  • 1. Get Connected<br />Sue Davis<br />
  • 2. Who do you know?<br />Sue Davis<br />Just enter email addresses<br />Direct search of your email for yahoo, googlemail, hotmail, msn – etc. <br />Otherwise import contacts<br />
  • 3. Linked In makes suggestions<br />Based on your existing connections<br />
  • 4. Not just people you know<br />
  • 5. 2nd and 3rd level connections<br />
  • 6. Can’t access everyone though!<br />(Some people don’t have real accounts.)<br />
  • 7. People (targets?) you don’t know <br />If you don’t share a group you could always join one they belong to.<br />
  • 8. …sometimes it works!<br />
  • 9. Caution!<br />Connecting with someone implies you know them. <br /><ul><li> They will have access to people you know (so think before you link to competitors – will you find out more information than you are giving away?)
  • 10. Others may ask you about them and vice versa
  • 11. You will get updates on their activity
  • 12. Linked in lets you invite colleagues, classmates, friends and business partners without entering their email addresses.
  • 13. BUT if recipient indicates they don’t know you, you may end up only being able to invite anyone via their email address (a lot harder). This happens if a number of people indicate they don’t know you. Not currently possible to find out how many people have said they don’t know you.</li></li></ul><li>Or use a paid for account<br />
  • 14. However…<br />But what is the point?<br /><ul><li>LION’s (Linked In Open Networker) will generally accept any invites.
  • 15. But.. Are they harvesting email addresses?
  • 16. They can still “I don’t know you”
  • 17. Are they a valid introduction to a possible connection? </li></li></ul><li>Receiving an invitation<br />Accept if you know the person (or don’t mind being connected – I don’t know David here but we have lots of business interests in common and he lives in Kent.)<br />
  • 18. Reply<br />You could reply (drop down from Accept option). <br />… or report as Spam if the invite is written that way.<br />
  • 19. Ignore<br />Invite is moved to archive without accepting. You can view it later if you get to know the person.<br />The other person won’t know you have ignored so may try to connect with you again, but you won’t get the reminder to say you haven’t responded yet.<br />If you then click on “I don’t know (name)” that person is prevented from sending you further invites.<br />It also flags to Linked in that they may need to restrict, suspend or close a users account <br />

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