How To Really Use Linked-In
Simple ways to use Linked-in to leverage it for your business and career.
Social and business networking websites have taken a firm hold in today's society. Over the past few years we have seen the exponential growth of many networks. In the beginning most people were very skeptical about such networks as a business tool, but now they are not only here to stay, but offer opportunities which can only be described as staggering.
The downside of most of these types of sites is the time it takes to learn how to use them, and so many of us don't bother - yet we are missing out on some of the biggest business opportunities we may ever have by not taking the time to understand this new way of leveraging our businesses.
By explaining the tools and functionality of the Linked-in site, this incredibly comprehensive book will help you:
- Get more customers
- Find a new job
- Stay in touch with you network
- Discover new suppliers and partnerships
- Attract new employees
Jan Vermeiran is the consummate networker. His first book The US version of Let's Connect reached the Amazon bestseller list on October 9, 2007 with a number 2 position in marketing books and number 9 in management books. This made Jan the first Belgian author to reach this position.
Jan is the founder of Networking Coach and according to HR Tribune one of Belgium's top10 speakers. He is regularly interviewed about networking and referrals by different media like Belgian national television and radio (De Zevende Dag, Lichtpunt, Radio 1), newspapers and websites (Forbes), job sites (Vacature.com, Jobat) and the magazines of several Chambers of Commerce.
Jan is also a guest lecturer in the international MBA programs of Vlerick Leuven Gent Management School (Belgium) and RSM Erasmus University Rotterdam (the Netherlands).
"The time when it was enough for entrepreneurs to make decent products or render good services is behind us. Running a business is not done on an island anymore. Craftsmanship, a professional drive and creativity remain the core, but communication, PR and selling your product or service are increasingly important. Building a good network is a necessity for every entrepreneur. LinkedIn is one of the tools to do this. "How to REALLY use LinkedIn" explains in a simple, step-by-step approach how to get the maximum out of it!" - Karel Van Eetvelt, Managing Director, Unizo, www.unizo.be
Tweet this book: