Connections

  • LinkedIn Announces Changes to Endorsements Feature

    … LinkedIn announced two changes to its Endorsements feature. The Endorsements feature allows users to acknowledge their connections’ skills by endorsing those skills on their profiles. LinkedIn said users with at lease five skills listed on their profiles receive up to 17 times more profile views. With this update, LinkedIn said it will show…

    Inside Facebook- 9 readers -
  • LinkedIn ProFinder Freelance Marketplace Expanded Throughout U.S.

    …. Those insights include: Florida, Texas and Colorado were the three states that showed the most freelancer growth. The highest freelancer populations were found on the East and West Coasts. The healthcare and pharmaceutical industries have seen 50 percent growth in freelance workers over the past five years, compared with 21 percent for non-freelance…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebook- 14 readers -
  • Social Media Use at Work (Study)

    … Why do most people use social media at work? The most popular answer (34 percent) was to take a mental break, according to a new study by Pew Research Center. Mental breaks were followed by: Connecting with friends and family, 27 percent. Making or supporting professional connections, 24 percent. Getting information that helps solve problems…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social Facebook Twitter- 15 readers -
  • Social, Mobile & Email Expected to Dominate at Connections ’14

    Content Marketing, Owned Media, Shared Media Late last year Exact Target surveyed thousands of marketers to learn their top marketing objectives and priorities for the year to come. They published the results in their 2014 State of Marketing report. As the company’s annual industry conference, Connections, kicks off this morning, it’s easy to see many parallels between sessi ...

    Danielle Look/ Relevance- 10 readers -
  • How to Keep In Touch With Your Customers

    There comes a time when the business is done between you and a customer and the only thing left is the time in between when you will work with them again. It can be a waiting game, trying to figure out if your business was good enough that they will come back. Well there are some ways that you can push them right back into your arms. And if none of these work then, you must have did it wrong.

    Dominique Lambright/ Optyn- 7 readers -
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