Category — HR or Human Resources
This is a 90 second “rap” that I did in a social media keynote speech at the LOMA Insurance Conference in Las Vegas last October. And it ain’t worth 50 cent.
December 29, 2010 2 Comments
Want to find LinkedIn profiles for “out of network” people without paying LinkedIn $25? Here’s how you do it for free.
February 2, 2010 12 Comments
Put the name of your city (in text form) somewhere in your LinkedIn profile. Otherwise, you may not be found in searches.
December 17, 2009 2 Comments
Here are 3 tips for job hunters – change your professional headline, answer questions, and put the words “seeking” and “looking” in your profile.
“I hope it’s gonna make you notice, someone like me” – Kings Of Leon
July 8, 2009 1 Comment
In the upper right hand corner of your LinkedIn page, it says Search People, but LinkedIn allows you to do so much more, and it really should say “Search Profiles”. See some of what you can do in the following post.
May 4, 2009 1 Comment
LinkedIn tells you not to invite people you don’t know, but they don’t make the punishment clear, and it’s harsh. If 5 people say they don’t know you, you get blacklisted, and you can no longer invite people by name.
Others have written about that part, and I will write about it in the future, but in this post, I’m going to address something no one has written about – how do you find out WHO said “I don’t know this user” to your invitation.
March 31, 2009 127 Comments
If you’re in HR (Human Resources), or you’re a recruiter, you are probably interested in recruiting new talent. I assume you use LinkedIn already. However, here’s a quick tip that may change the way you approach talent management.
March 9, 2009 2 Comments
Do you use Monster, CareerBuilder or Craig’s List to look for a job? Do you try to utilize your LinkedIn network? Want to do it faster and easier? See my 3 minute LinkedIn Toolbar video, and speed up your job search.
March 3, 2009 9 Comments
Why would you misspell your last name in your LinkedIn profile? Because other people might misspell it when they look for you.
I knew that people would search for me in LinkedIn using the misspelling O’Mally (without the “e”) even though my last name is spelled O’Malley, and I still wanted them to find me. I discovered a trick that will do it, and I’ll show you in this post.
January 27, 2009 22 Comments