Our mission is simple: To connect the world's professionals
to make them more productive and successful. When you
join LinkedIn, you get access to people, jobs, news,
updates, and insights that help you be great at what you do.
What do you do
Do you check it only every
once in awhile when a
connection request comes
Have you linked it to your
Did you never quite
remember to sign up in the
LinkedIn status is the right place to update your network about your
professional accomplishments and progress.
You can update about a colleague getting a promotion or sharing a great
article you wrote.
Every few days, put something in your status to keep it fresh, and show
you’re active and engaged—no one will know what you’ve done if you’re not
showing it off.
Plus, those people you’re updating in your LinkedIn network are valuable.
If you’ve got a great following, it’s part of the assets you bring to the table.
Thanks for connecting.
Hope you are having a brilliant day! In looking at your profile, with your diverse areas of expertise and our shared
connections, it looks like we both may be interested in making the best use of LinkedIn. Am happy to collaborate and
introduce you to some of my connections.
I find my best results from LinkedIn follow from face to face connections. How about You? I regularly attend events
designed to help us transition LinkedIn connections into the real world of know like & trust relationships.
As we are in the Connection economy, it is vitally important, when most jobs today are being filled and business created
through trusted relationships May I suggest we meet around one of these events
GPS + RFID
Don’t use Linkedin as your resume
Friday Lunch Date
12.30pm (qld time)
December 9th 2016
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