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10 Linkedin Tips for Professionals

10 Linkedin Tips for Professionals - http://www.ianbrodie.com Avatar Posted by ianbrodie under Social Media
From http://www.ianbrodie.com 4030 days ago
Made Hot by: robertbrady on August 3, 2009 5:06 pm
nterest in Linkedin from lawyers, accountants and other professionals has taken off recently. And it makes sense. Despite the hype over Twitter and Facebook, Linkedin offers the greatest opportunity for professionals to make connections that lead to business. Never one to skip jumping on a bandwagon, here are my top 10 Linkedin tips for pro Read More
Let's face it: professionals hate selling. Consultants hate selling. Architects and surveyors hate selling. Accountants hate selling. And lawyers: lawyers really hate selling. And we don't just hate the act of selling. Many of us hate the entire concept of selling. We feel it's beneath us. It's demeaning. We're experts in our field — we Read More
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