Wednesday, June 11, 2014

20 LinkedIn Mistakes to Avoid

We all make mistakes, it’s just that some are bigger than others.

When it comes to online mistakes on the social web, they are amplified.  This is because the “one to one” communication is now “one to many”.

One of those social media networks that multiplies mistakes as well as amplifying your connections and content is LinkedIn. With the recent opening up of its “publishing platform” to all of its members, the rising importance of Linkedin is now even more evident.

With Linkedin’s membership now passing 300 million professionals, not looking like a “dork” is important in front of that size crowd.

LinkedIn mistakes to avoid

Here are 20 LinkedIn mistakes to watch out for if you want to look professional and succeed on Linkedin.
  1. Dont send spammy messages to your connections
  2. Don’t over post – once a day is good
  3. Don’t ask people you don’t know for Linkedin recommendations
  4. Don’t criticize or comment negatively on posts in groups
  5. Do not post self serving content in groups that holds no value to members
Mistakes 6-20 and the complete Jeff Bullas post

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