5 Ways to Use LinkedIn Answers for Your Next Blog Post

This is a guest post by Wayne Liew. LinkedIn Answers is a tool often overlooked by bloggers. Over the past couple of months, I have been playing around with the available features and finding ways to get the most out of them. While consolidating the features into The Ultimate Guide to LinkedIn Answers, I discovered the fact that apart from being able to generate traffic, leads and sales for bloggers, the platform is also an awesome place for bloggers to come up with blog post … [Read more...]

How to Use LinkedIn to Connect with Top-Drawer Freelance Clients

This is a guest post by Carol Tice. For freelancers, LinkedIn is the 21st Century phone book. Increasingly, when companies want to hire a freelancer, they don't ask around their network. They don't look at the stack of business cards on their desk. They do searches for "freelance writer" -- or graphic designer, or web developer -- on LinkedIn. The question is, how can you connect with the right prospective clients on there? I'm talking big, well-funded companies with fat freelance … [Read more...]

LinkedIn for Bloggers – Branding, Authority and Traffic

When it comes to connecting with bloggers, I usually have no problem finding their Twitter, Facebook, StumbleUpon, and even YouTube channels. What I do run into is a lot of bloggers who do not have a LinkedIn account, which is a shame because there are a lot of untapped opportunities for bloggers on this social network. Some Interesting LinkedIn Stats LinkedIn is the top professional social network. While it is not as large as Facebook or Twitter, it still has the following numbers to … [Read more...]

3 LinkedIn Benefits for Bloggers

No matter your choice of profession, it’s much easier to find a job today than it was before the advent of the Internet. What used to be accomplished through phone calls, letters and word of mouth is now just a click away – you’re connected to all possible sources of jobs, not just through online job sites and forums but also through social networks like LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook. It’s a time when technology rules, and if you’re not connected, you end up being the loser. While … [Read more...]



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