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Awesome infographic! I admit, I’m one of the inactive users on LinkedIn. I have an account but I very rarely post on it. Definitely need to get better at it.
Nice graphics! Very clean design and good tips…
Thanks Andy for sharing these valuable tips on how to grow your linkedin profile!! Excellent!
This was a super detailed article you put together on linkedin. Linkedin has so much potential and have dabbled a little bit with it, especially the groups. I have driven quite a bit of traffic from the groups and made some great relationships. I like the infograph!
Great information re Linkedin which is my least used social media connection. I joined a few groups but was quickly inundated with more emails than I could keep up with so I left the groups. Right now I am leaning G+ and building up connections there. Thanks for the info
Your welcome, with LinkedIn you need to make sure you don’t have the default email settings otherwise you get what you mentioned. G+ is important as well, it is getting right up there.
Thanks Andy: Love your research and your style. I have to admit that I found LinkedIn to be very “job” or “employment” oriented a while ago. However they seem to have made their interface more ‘social media’ like and have certainly become worth another look from a more entrepreneurial networking perspective. I remember the kick I got when LinkedIn notified me I was in the 90th percentile of connections world-wide, and it seems all I had done was intuitively follow the recommendation you outline here. Thank You, Thank YOU, THANK YOU
Your welcome Peter, there are several people driving very successful business through LinkedIn and it is knowing how to use it. I have heard some people say it is also getting spammy.
I have recently re-engaged with LinkedIn, so this was a very timely post for me, thank you Andy.
I am active on LinkedIn in spurts. I have a group of clients who wanted more access to me and I created a closed group on LinkedIn that is only open by invitation or by permission. I feel that giving people special access to us that others don’t have can move them further down our service funnel more quickly. As with other kinds of social networking, consistent participation is key on LinkedIn. It is a great business social networking tool for business owners who know their target audience and will spend the time to develop highly-targeted content to share. Like anything, it takes some effort, but the results can be well worth it.
You are right one, and closed groups do help with people feeling special.
I love infographics! They take the mystery out of things and make them look do-able. Visuals are a big help in seeing what can be done. I especially need one for Linkedin, so this is timely for me.
Glad you liked it, I think infographics are great, especially since most of us love graphical representation!
Great infographic! I love LinkedIn! I’m on a few groups but since I’ve been on my marketing campaign on Facebook these days, I must say I’ve been ignoring that platform. Just have to get back into the action.
Loved the infographic – really made it all very clear
I’m not as active on LI as I probably should be – so this will give me a nice push to get going
Glad you enjoyed the post, you can’t be active on everything at once
Hello Andy, What an Amazing Infographic, Did you make this yourself? Wowsy how do you come up with all these statistics? I have added Linkedin To my social media strategy this year and am going to take a fe of your tips here and run with them.
Thanks for sharing Chery :))
Wish I could claim I did create it myself but no I found it and make the most of it!
LinkedIn is a very underutilized social media platform. I love that you have pointed out easy tips for how to become more active.
Great article, Andy! What’s interesting is that I spend time on LinkedIn, every day. I am actually in the process of purposely expanding my network to include companies that might want to utilize the skills of a writer or content strategist.
I never had much confidence in my skill set before this year, so I got a book recently that really opened my eyes to what is possible. I simply want to enjoy my work, every day. Know what I mean? Life is too short for otherwise! I am using LinkedIn to help with that effort, and it’s been incredibly useful.
Facebook is still my #1 social hangout, but LinkedIn is running close behind it. Again…great article! Thank you for the share!
Hi there! Quick question that’s totally off topic. Do you know how to make your site mobile friendly?
My site looks weird when browsing from my apple iphone.
I’m trying to find a theme or plugin that might be able to fix this issue.
If you have any suggestions, please share. Thanks!
If you use a responsive theme, then it should work on your iphone.
This is just what I was looking for Andy. I’ve been active on LinkedIn for sometime but mostly in author groups and I want to branch out and make new contacts – plus I want to add the profile banner they now offer so this was very helpful.
Thanks for this post on Linkedin Andy. I am a member and post in Linkedin regularly at least once a day but I have to admit thats as far as I go. I will have to do as you suggest and get more involved with the groups I am in and with the connections I have made as I would like to grow my Linkedin presence and meet new people.
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