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What to do now that we are losing LinkedIn’s CRM features (Saved and Advanced Search, Tagging and Notes)
Wednesday January 18, 2017
You have probably heard rumors about all the changes being made to LinkedIn in the next few months. (If not, read this article). One of the biggest changes is that we are losing the Advanced search as well as saved searches, tagging and note-taking. All CRM aspects of the FREE LinkedIn service are going away. Which is a HUGE bummer for people who have been actively prospecting using these tools with their free LinkedIn accounts. The solution within LinkedIn is to upgrade to Sales Navigator (which I personally love,) but at $79 a month, that is going to be outside of most peoples wheelhouse! Another solution is to use the Chrome Extension Dux-Soup which has both free and paid version and works to create Tags and Notes for your prospects on LinkedIn (when using Chrome.) ... Read More
Tuesday December 6, 2016
What is LinkedIn Tagging? LinkedIn Tagging is a way for you to segment and organize your connections on LinkedIn.It is similar to Facebook and Twitter Lists (except your connections cant see how you tagged them.) And for a short while longer, will be available to all users.(Rumor has it that the new interface gets rid of tagging with the free account L) Why Tagging is Important The reason tagging is so important is because it allows you to keep in touch and share relevant information with target groups of individuals.Lets say you write a new Publisher Post on Best Networking Events for Lawyers in NYC.Obviously you would not message your whole network with that post, but you might let your top 22 NYC Lawyer Prospects know about the post on LinkedIn!Without tagging it would be... Read More
Sunday January 22, 2012
Some of LinkedIn's "Newer" Offers When you say “Social Media” people think of Facebook, Twitter and Google+. LinkedIn does not always spring to the top of mind. I suspect this is because LinkedIn, despite its numerous changes, is still considered to be a Rolodex on steroids for jobseekers and recruiters, rather than an active, vibrant social network and marketing tool. If you haven’t visited LinkedIn lately, you might want to drop back in. 1. LinkedIn has improved its “Contacts” section. Unlike Facebook (that has a unintuitive “friends” section and complicated “List” and messaging system,) and Twitter (that is even less intuitive “List” app,) LinkedIn has a very intuitive system that allows you not only to “Tag” (sort) your... Read More