Would you believe that on numerous occasions when discussing LinkedIn training needs with potential clients for their team, I have been specifically told not to focus on personal profiles and to only talk about company pages.
IPSOS mrbi have released social media statistics for Ireland in their, 'June 2019 Social Networking Tracker' and 'June 2019 Social Messaging' reports, showing a significant 4% increase in Instagram account ownership.
I’m very fortunate to meet a lot of jobseekers, career changers and professionals through my LinkedIn training either online, one to one, through workshops or talks. And I am also lucky to hear their personal stories. In the last few months
Praise the Lord. Administrators on LinkedIn company pages can finally post content to their company page via the mobile app.
LinkedIn have introduced a new QR Code and Scan feature in their mobile app so that you can connect easily and quickly when out and about. And you can even add it to your email signature too. It's very simple, quick and easy to do. Find how more about how to do it here.
Have you ever wondered what your LinkedIn profile looks like to anyone who finds your profile on a search engine i.e. the public / non-logged in members of LinkedIn?
Following on from my previous LinkedIn blog here are some more quick tips that often surprise attendees at my LinkedIn training workshops - (1) What does your contact information say, how to change, add or remove an email address and how to change the web address of your profile URL.
Whether you love it or hate it, LinkedIn is a global machine. Bought by Microsoft for $26.2 billion, it has over 500 million users globally. But I hear people say “Oh LinkedIn? I have a profile, but I never use it. I’m not moving jobs anytime soon, so I never need to use LinkedIn”.