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    1. How To Protect Yourself From LinkedIn-Based Scams

      How To Protect Yourself From LinkedIn-Based Scams

      Evildoers are creating fake LinkedIn profiles in order to access real people's accounts, and get information that they can use to impersonate, social engineer their way into business systems, and sell profile data to others. Here is some advice as to how to quickly spot fake accounts - and avoid the possible repercussions of accepting connections from them.

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      Mentions: Google
    2. Good News for Your Inbox: LinkedIn Cuts Back on Annoying Emails

      Has LinkedIn been annoying you lately? Don't worry – the social network is listening to users and making some changes. On Monday, LinkedIn announced in a blog post that it is making changes to cut back on the frequency of emails it sends users. According to the company, for every 10 emails previously mailed, it has removed four. The company is cutting down on the emails by sending one weekly digest of invitations to connect, instead of sending an email to notify users of each individual request.

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    3. 5 Perfectly Simple Tasks That Enhance Your Credibility

      5 Perfectly Simple Tasks That Enhance Your Credibility

      As you launch or build your business, you will be confronted multiple times by outsiders who will judge your credibility to handle the opportunity at hand. Who are these outsiders and what are these opportunities? Vendors who you are looking to partner with to provide your business with critical product or services will be evaluating you and the upside of spending their time with you. Investors will be assessing your ability to grow your idea to a scalable relevant business.

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    4. Beware the Dark Side of LinkedIn

      Beware the Dark Side of LinkedIn

      I consider myself a fairly prolific creator of online content. I churn out columns for Inc., pen my own blog, and contribute all sorts of articles to industry trade publications. On many occasions, I've opined about LinkedIn. In fact, Inc. was nice enough to publish one such piece: "What I Learned From My First Time Writing on LinkedIn.” But, when it comes to mastering my LinkedIn connections, I'm about as competent as your average U. S. congressman.

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    5. How To Network Your Way To Success On LinkedIn (Without Adding Strangers!)

      How To Network Your Way To Success On LinkedIn (Without Adding Strangers!)

      This question originally appeared on Quora: How can a college student efficiently use LinkedIn to connect with professionals to gain an internship or job after graduation? Answer by Patrick Mathieson, VC at Toba Capital, on Quora Most of the others answers [in the Quora thread] are advocating that you connect directly (i.e. add them on LinkedIn) with people who you don’t actually know in real life.

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      Mentions: Google
    6. The 3 Qualities LinkedIn's CEO Looks for in a Great Leader

      The 3 Qualities LinkedIn's CEO Looks for in a Great Leader

      Since becoming CEO in 2009, Jeff Weiner has led LinkedIn to become a network of 364 million registered users with offices in 30 countries and a market cap of $26 billion. Weiner's leadership style has earned him the trust of founder and chairman Reid Hoffman, his team, and LinkedIn investors. Glassdoor named him the highest-rated CEO of 2014. Earlier this year, Weiner spoke at the Wisdom 2.0 conference in San Francisco, where he explained how he understands his role as a leader.

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      Mentions: San Francisco
    7. 4 Famous Entrepreneurs With Great LinkedIn Profiles

      4 Famous Entrepreneurs With Great LinkedIn Profiles

      Absurdly Driven looks at the world of business with a skeptical eye and a firmly rooted tongue in cheek. Once you've made it, it must be hard not to stare everyone in the face, perform a meaningful Haka and say: "Hah! " There are those who, even when they've reached the highest of pinnacles, feel the need to remind you that they have, indeed, reached the highest of pinnacles. This serves also to remind you that you haven't. Hah. Some famous entrepreneurs, though, can still be self-effacing.

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    8. 11 Biggest Mistakes You Can Make on LinkedIn

      11 Biggest Mistakes You Can Make on LinkedIn

      Over the past several years, LinkedIn has become the go-to place for people in all stages of their careers to establish themselves. And it's because LinkedIn has become the go-to place for both job seekers--and those who are looking to hire talented new employees--that it's now particularly important that you get your profile right. Make a mistake, and you will quickly find out that you may have hurt your chances to get the job of your dreams.

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      Mentions: Google
    9. Top 10 Ways To Leverage LinkedIn For PR

      Top 10 Ways To Leverage LinkedIn For PR

      A few weeks ago I conducted an exclusive interview with two of LinkedIn's leading tech ladies, Sarah Clatterbuck and Erica Lockheimer, alongside PR Manager Kenly Walker. We talked about everything from how to ensure your LinkedIn connections aren't aware of your stalking habits, to how the company's "women in tech" initiatives are setting an example for other public companies and laying the foundation for the next generation of STEM-focused gals.

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    10. Keep God in Your Heart–and Off Your LinkedIn Profile

      Keep God in Your Heart–and Off Your LinkedIn Profile

      Why do I cringe when I see "Child of God-Follower of Jesus! " in a LinkedIn profile? I'm a very religious person and quite open about being a Mormon. Religion is a huge part of my life and of the lives of many of my friends. So, why does this bug me? It's certainly not because I discriminate against the religious. Remember, I am religious and I find it inappropriate. It's not just me, either.

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      Mentions: Inc
    11. The Worst Things You Can Call Yourself On LinkedIn (Part 2)

      The Worst Things You Can Call Yourself On LinkedIn (Part 2)

      There are so many terrible words people use to make themselves sound exciting on LinkedIn. Here are a few more. Chris Matyszczyk advises clients about advertising and marketing through his company Howard Raucous LLC. In 2013, he was named by Mediapost as the Most Influential Person on Madison Avenue. This is my first month of writing the Absurdly Driven column. I've already learned two things about Inc readers. They love alcohol and they're very concerned about their self-image.

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      Mentions: Inc Honda
    12. The 6 Worst Things You Can Call Yourself On LinkedIn

      The 6 Worst Things You Can Call Yourself On LinkedIn

      Chris Matyszczyk advises clients about advertising and marketing through his company Howard Raucous LLC. In 2013, he was named by Mediapost as the Most Influential Person on Madison Avenue. The problem that so many of us Americans have is that we love ourselves. This love tends to be all-encompassing, which means that we try and encompass everyone else with that self-love.

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    13. 5 Ways to Perfect Your LinkedIn Profile

      5 Ways to Perfect Your LinkedIn Profile

      Jeff Haden learned much of what he knows about business and technology as he worked his way up in the manufacturing industry. Everything else he picks up from ghostwriting books for some of the smartest leaders he knows in business. If your LinkedIn profile reads more like a resume, you're making a huge mistake -- especially if you're hoping to land new customers. But don't just take my word for it.

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