Despite having over 100 million members and being a valable social network for job seekers, entrepreneurs and businesses I still hear some people saying they don't understand the value of LinkedIn. If that's you, take a look at the The Value of Being LinedIn infographic below by OnlineMBA.
The Value of Being LinkedIn
LinkedIn has become an essential networking tool for professionals across all demographics. While the comparisons to Facebook are inevitable, the way people use LinkedIn to connect to others reach a different market.
[Source: Online MBA]
How valuable is LInkedIn to you or [...]
On Monday, I was interviewed by Fox News 8 ( Bob Buckly & Stewart Pittman @Lenslinger out of Greensboro, NC about Social Networking Etiquette. You can watch the entire interview and segment on social networking etiquette below.
We covered a lot of topics during the interview but Fox focused on a few questions.
- What should you do if you're boss want to add you as a friend on Facebook or any other social network?
- Have you ever been dumped on myspace or any other social network?
- What do you say when someone ask you, why are you tweeting or sharing your life using twitter or social [...]
Today I was interviewed by Fox News 8 ( Bob Buckly & Stewart Pittman @Lenslinger out of Greensboro, NC about Social Networking Etiquette. I was recommended to discuss the topic by Jennifer Ruggiero a long time twitter follower and friend who I recently met in real life at a Tweetup in Greensboro. As I prepared for the interview I made a few notes and asked via ping.fm the following question: What are some good & bad examples of Social Networking Etiquette that you have seen?
Below are my notes, a few other blog post on the same subject and some feedback I received from Brighkite, [...]
Live social media, PR, blogging, journalism & online community building panel with Charlotte’s community leaders on WayneSutton.TV tomorrow
I'm excited to announce tomorrow's live show on WayneSutton.TV I'll be facilitating a conversation on Social Media, PR 2.0, blogging for community building, online journalism and social networks with some of the leaders of Charlotte’s social media community.
The panel includes:
Justin Ruckman, Designer & cofounder CLT Blog (Charlotte Blog) http://cltblog.com, co-applicant of Massively Multicontributer Online Reporting Platform, (MMORP), you can find Justin at http://jruckman.com and on twitter as @jruckman