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5 Ways To Becoming a Networking Superhero

By: Geir Freysson Monday July 29, 2013 comments Tags: Networking, LinkedIn, Geir Freysson, LunchMeet, CardMunch, Fivehundredplus, BufferApp, business tips, apps, applications

Batman wasnt born with his superpowers; hes a self-made man. The same goes for networking heroes. People arent born networkers - they hone their skills and build up their network with hard graft. In tribute to the caped crusader, weve put together five pieces of advice on how to become a networking super hero - and the right power tools for the job, straight from the Batcave. 1) They may be drinkers, Robin, but they're also human beings Hardly anyone goes out networking looking to buy something. Connecting with people on LinkedIn can help you form long-term relationships rather than going in for the hard sell ten seconds into a conversation with someone youve just met. These folks may be networking, but theyre also human beings. Once youve connected on LinkedIn, send... Read More


The Future of LinkedIn: 8 Possible Directions

By: Viveka Tuesday January 31, 2012 comments Tags: #LinkedInChat, LinkedIn Analytics, LinkedIn Connections, Future of LinkedIn, LinkedIn CRM, Jeff Weiner, CardMunch, Linked InMaps

Where Do You See LinkedIn Going? 1. Connect-ability Where do I see LinkedIn going? Beyond the inevitability of yearly facelifts (one of the reasons I really appreciate LinkedIn is that its designers dont feel the need to change its look and function-ability every few months) I am hopeful that LinkedIn will focus on making valid connectibility between its members easier and more effective. Right now the only way to send messages is directly to a first level connection, through groups, updates and paid InMails. I believe this greatly inhibits peoples ability to connect and do business. I understand LinkedIn is protecting against the incredible spammy nature of communications that has infiltrated most social media sites but it also greatly limits peoples ability to... Read More