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LinkedIn for Business

LinkedIn for Business



June 2012, the Chamber's Connect @ Lunch focused on LinkedIn for Business.

June 2012, the Chamber's Connect @ Lunch focused on LinkedIn for Business.



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  • We’ve already discussed the importance of other Social Media as a whole, but today, we will explore specifically LinkedIn. LinkedIn is the world’s largest professional network. LinkedIn connects you to your trusted contacts and helps you exchange knowledge, ideas, and opportunities with a broader network of professionals.
  • On average , professionals are signing up to join LinkedIn at the rate of 2 per second.
  • Develop a tone and theme. Be authentic. Know it will take time… Remember to be approachable. They will share their opinions. Be ready to give helpful and informative feedback.

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  • LinkedIn For Business LinkedIn is the world’s largest professional network.LinkedIn connects you to your trusted contacts and helps you exchange knowledge, ideas, and opportunities with a broader network of professionals.
  • LinkedIn started in the living roomof co-founder Reid Hoffman in 2002.
  • LinkedIn officially launched on May 5, 2003.
  • By the end oftheir first month, LinkedIn had4,800 members.
  • As of March 31, 2012,LinkedIn is the world’s largest professional network with 161million members in over 200 countries and territories.
  • On average ,professionalsare signing upto join LinkedInat the rate of 2per second.
  • Users spend an average of 17 minutes onLinkedIn each day.
  • •What do LinkedIn users do? create a free online profile, like that of a resume, connect with colleagues, and discover breaking news and professional insights. Top level executives primarily use LinkedIn for industry networking (22%) and promoting their businesses (20%). Middle management professionals primarily use LinkedIn to keep in touch with other people (24%) and industry networking (20%). Entry level employees primarily use LinkedIn for job searches (24%) and co-worker networking (23%). Overall, the top activities on LinkedIn are industry networking (61%), keeping in touch (61%), and co- worker networking (55%).
  • Members didnearly 4.2 billion professionaloriented searches in 2011.
  • Available in 17languages
  • 2,447Employeesaround the world
  • All of 2011’s Fortune 500executives are Members
  • 82 of the Fortune 100Companies use LinkedIn
  • More than 2 million companieshave LinkedIn company pages
  • There are more than1 million LinkedIn groups of members sharing insights and knowledge
  • Hundreds of thousands of jobapplications have been submitted via Apply with LinkedIn.
  • LinkedIn announced May 3, 2012 , they acquired the professional contentsharing community of SlideShare.
  • Control what people know aboutyou by editing your profile. (Communicate a professional brand and let other members connect, communicate, and collaborate with you.)
  • What does a 100% Profile mean? •Photo •Executive summary •Skills set •Education •3 recent positions •3 recommendations from your connections
  • Basic Info•Name•Professional Headline- job title, butcustomize it to reveal something aboutexpertise and personality•Use your location and industry to helppeople reconnect and reach out.•3 recent positions- if you work for a bigcorporation, you can click edit displayname to add in the name of yoursubsidiary.•Description: list requirements andaccomplishments to increase yourappearance in search results.
  • •Education: Where and what you studiedprovides insight into your professionalexpertise.•Executive summary: expertise,accomplishments and goals. Write in firstperson, discuss what you are passionateabout, and use key words to make youeasier to find.•Recommendations:•Websites: Can say other to create yourown description. THE MORE DETAILED YOU ARE, THE MORE YOU WILL BE NOTICED and EASIER TO FIND.
  • What can you Search? -Companies -Groups -Connections
  • What would you put on yourresume/business card?Facebook is the place for familyand friends, and LinkedIn isabout business.
  • LINKEDIN CHECK LIST •Apps- add your slideshare, etc. to your profile. Enrich and share information •Blog Link- engage with your written material •Add company pages- Describe products and services, embed videos, etc. •Events-
  • Follow companies: keep your eye onwhat’s new and best practicesGroups- Join them and stay up ontopics on interest and network withother industry expertsHelp center and YouTube Channel:Watch for how to’s for answers…Images: 80x80 pixels: watch yourlocation, wardrobe, etc. Should reflectprofessional nature
  • Jobs: search, post, etc.Keywords: utilize for search purposesLink to LinkedIn in your email signatureMobile App- access 24/7Update at least once a week.Connections on LinkedIn should mirroryour offline professional network
  • Should I post a profile picture? Next page is a heat map portraying what visitors look at most.