it’s time to rethink the way you cross post links if you maintain a social presence on both linkedin and twitter. if you are a linkedin regular, you probably have noticed a change in the service’s status updates. historically, updates on linked in were in keeping with its reputation as a buttoned-down, businesslike version of social networks like facebook and myspace. I wrote about linkedin’s increasing social mojo back in january. the new changes take it a big step further.
you can tweak your linkedin profile to let other users know you viewed their profile. here is why it’s smart. and how to do it.
don’t accept linkedin defaults for your website links. customize your links to make your profile more user-friendly and searchable!
make sure you can take your linkedin profiled with you if you move on. here’s something to verify (or change) today to ensure your social media persona (at least the linkedin piece of it) is with you for the long haul.
there’s some good advice out there on how to use social media tools, and there’s some that leave you shaking your head. herein some corrective surgery on a linkedin tip I read today.
since last fall, linkedin has introduced several changes to how users see and work with the site. I go through the changes and explain why they matter.