"Hitting the (Other) Links to Develop Your Rainmaking Game - Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About LinkedIn" - Part II

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Yesterday, I talked about what improvements you might want to make to your LinkedIn profile to get the best results from it. Today, I'll talk about the home page screen and why it's useful to be logging in to LinkedIn periodically - I have LinkedIn set to open as one of the tabs on my browser, so every morning, I open Outlook and Chrome, go through my emails, and check on my browser tabs. This includes taking a quick look (no more than five minutes) at my LinkedIn home page screen. Lawyers, I know you're busy, but if you make this part of your morning routine, you'll only have to spend a few minutes looking at LinkedIn, you'll stay up to date on what your network is doing, and you won't have to try to remember to visit LinkedIn.

There are four things I find of particular importance on your home page screen (which looks like this)...

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