Networking – as 6 acções que fazem a diferença – parte I

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Networking – as 6 acções que fazem a diferença – parte I

  1. 1. Networking – as 6 acções que fazem a diferença. | Linked Portugal http://www.linkedportugal.com/2011/03/27/networking-–-as-6-accoes... « Guest Post – Jorge Sobreira Esta foi a mensagem que recebi no meu mail, em 08-07-2007 quando me juntei à comunidade LinkedIn: “Thank you for using LinkedIn! You have joined over 11 million professionals using LinkedIn to stay connected and reach new people White Paper - Linkedin em Portugal 2010 through trusted referrals. The average LinkedIn user knows 15 to 20 people who are already LinkedIn — you probably do, too. Get back in touch with them and invite your current contacts, and LinkedIn will give you easy access to the people they know, to help you with day-to-day business, or with your next job search.” No passado dia 22 de Março, o LinkedIn, através de Jeff Weiner anunciou o seu utilizador 100 milhões – desde que me inscrevi, até agora, ou seja, em 3 anos e 8 meses, a diferença representa um crescimento de “apenas” 809%! Quando este artigo for publicado, o LinkedIn já terá mais 5 milhões de utilizadores. Impressionante! Adquira já o seu livro Recommend Recommend Foto: Dave Getzschman Sendo esta estatística claramente indicadora do sucesso desta rede, que soluções é que podemos adoptar para apresentar vantagens face aos outros 100 milhões? E, para além disso, será que existem formas de conseguir ultrapassar as potencialidades que o LinkedIn nos oferece, conseguindo mais resultados? Há dias, num Workshop dinamizado pela Maria Vieira, profissional e pessoa que muito estimo pelas metodologias dinâmicas que utiliza(amos) e pela partilha de experiências práticas, guardei uma frase que ela disse: “Se trabalharmos os clientes que temos, estamos sentados em cima de uma mina de ouro”. Apesar da frase ter sido utilizada num workshop com um público alvo de pessoas ligadas ao marketing e às vendas de TIC, a verdade é que ela é perfeitamente aplicável na actividade de Networking. E foi assim que me inspirei, para caracterizar a primeira das seis acções, que fazem a diferença em networking. Online Profile Assessment Tool Recommend Recommend 1 1 – Trabalhe bem (com) os seus contactos A actvidade de networking não nasceu hoje. Os nossos antepassados, para caçarem animais de toneladas, percebendo que sozinhos não o conseguiam fazer, trabalhavam em grupo. Actualmente, a única coisa que mudou foram as armas. Hoje, temos toda uma série de ferramentas, entre as quais o LinkedIn que nos permitem “caçar”. Pense no networking como uma actividade que lhe permitirá alavancar os seus sucessos profissionais, descobrir novas soluções ou encontrar novas oportunidades numa equipa de aproximadamente 7.000.000.000 de pessoas! Basta trabalhar bem (com) os seus contactos. Jorge Basto Sobreira Licenciado em Ciências da Comunicação, especialista em Marketing de Serviços, tem desenvolvido trabalho em projectos multinacionais e PME’s em diversas áreas de negócio tendo ocupado lugares de direcção em empresas com gestão Portuguesa, Francesa e Alemã. Actualmente é Sales and Marketing Manager na Basepoint e consultor/formador na IncubIT. Trabalha as áreas de Comunicação, Gestão de Marketing e Vendas e Social Media. Share and Enjoy: Pedro Caramez Tags: jorge sobreira, networking This entry was posted by admin on 27 de Março de 2011 at 15:52, and is filled under Media Social. Follow any responses to this post through RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback from your own site. Videos 6 Online Torna-te um fã Compartilhar1 of 2 27-03-2011 21:37
  2. 2. Networking – as 6 acções que fazem a diferença. | Linked Portugal http://www.linkedportugal.com/2011/03/27/networking-–-as-6-accoes... Jesus Saves…. His Browser History Submitted by: Unknown LinkedIn for BlackBerry Gets OS 6.0 Support LinkedIn for BlackBerry has reached version 1.5, bringing support for BlackBerry OS 6.0 devices, including the recently launched BlackBerry Torch.The new LinkedIn BlackBerry app brings redesigned member profiles, which now have several new sections, including recommendations. You can also view other people’s connections on the profile screen directly on your BlackBerry, and you can check out what you have in common with another user with a single click.Furthermore, it’s now easier to view detailed profile updates in Network updates. Tap on a connection’s name to go to the top of their profile or tap on any section to jump to that section.LinkedIn for BlackBerry is available now.Reviews: BlackBerry Rocks!, LinkedInMore About: blackberry, linkedin, Mobile 2.0, RIM, smartphone, social networkingFor more Mobile coverage:Follow Mashable Mobile on TwitterBecome a Fan on FacebookSubscribe to the Mobile channelDownload our free apps for iPhone and iPad More People LinkedIn Than Tweeting SF CHRONICLE - May 29 - The number of profiles on LinkedIn has grown by 300% since 2008. And while Americans are far more aware of Twitter than they are of LinkedIn, ~8% have LinkedIn profiles, compared with 7% who say they are tweeters, according to Edison Research. FULL ARTICLE @ SF CHRONICLESee all posts on LinkedInSee all posts on Twitter Chinas Social Networking Scene INTERNET EVOLUTION - May 14 - In mainland China, social networks are taking off at a tremendous speed. Kaixin has already reached 30M users. Below is a list of top social sites in China, according to consultancy web2asia: Website User Volume in China Qzone.qq.com 376,000,000 51 130,000,000 Baidu 110,000,000 Renren 40,000,000 Baidu Kongjian 27,500,000 Kaixin 30,000,000 ipartment 22,000,000 Wangyou 10,000,000 Baihe 9,000,000 Zhanzuo 7,000,000 MySpace 6,000,000 360quan 4,000,000 Douban 2,000,000 Tianji 1,500,000 Wealink 1,500,000 Facebook 1,452,000 Friendster 1,100,000 LinkedIn 1,026,000 Hainei 1,000,000 FULL ARTICLE @ INTERNET EVOLUTION LinkedIn Observes the Rise of Professional Ninjas From The LinkedIn Blog: Between 2002 and 2007, we have noticed a surge in the percentage of job titles that include the term “ninja”. Modern day ninjas are not experts in martial arts or stealth soldiers – today they are more likely to throw Java exceptions rather than steel stars. Other ninjas come from the social media, computing and design sectors. Professionals in customer service, advertising and finance have their share of ninjas too; for example, check out real life Investing Ninja Assassin Ann Miura-Ko. How much has the job title “ninja” grown? The attached global “ninja” chart shows the percentage of people starting “ninja” jobs relative to all LinkedIn members who started a job year. This allows us to make meaningful year- to-year comparisons and discover interesting labor market movements. More at LinkedIn Observes The Rise of Professional Ninjas! I have to wonder how many of those ninjas are self-employed, or founders of a company of one. Are companies actually seriously handing out “Ninja” as a title? Fad, not trend. Just in case you should want to hire a ninja, here’s some advice on doing so: Image credit: Seth W. Plugin by C. Murray Consulting Mystique theme by digitalnature | Powered by WordPress RSS FEEDS XHTML 1.1 TOP Videos 6 Online Torna-te um fã Compartilhar2 of 2 27-03-2011 21:37

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