LinkedIn Best Practices


I'm just back from our 2011 23rd Annual Meeting in Lisbon, and I'll have lots to share with you over the next week or so. But what's fresh in my mind this morning is our session on LinkedIn from Saturday morning - I'd like to share some best practices for LinkedIn, which can be particularly useful when you're just returning from any conference:

•Review the attendee list, or the stack of business cards you returned with and make note of the people you met and chatted to at the conference. Search for, and connect to, these people on LinkedIn, making sure to send a personal note with your invitation that refers to your conversations...

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