Sunday, January 06, 2008

On Using www.LinkedIn.com

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1 comment:

Howard said...

Craig, thanks for the January entry on using LinkedIn. Very helpful stuff.

One aspect of LI that I'm very interested in is using Linked In for true networking and career searching. In other words, how can one best use LI to broaden your network of relevant contacts and leverage the network to find job opportunities?

Some thoughts:
One can ask a LI connection for introductions to specific contacts.
And I suppose one could use the Q/A feature to ask for referrals.

Any other ideas?

Thanks.

Howard