LinkedIn Tip of the Week: How to keep all your information if your profile is lost

October 08, 2017

  LinkedIn is constantly changing and so are its terms and conditions. As a heavy LinkedIn user you may have run into a warning from LinkedIn - and some of you may even have been locked out of your account. The greatest risk of losing access to your account is the amount of data that is tied to your profile. Essentially, your list of LinkedIn contacts is an extension of your CRM system. As such, it's a bit worrying not to have complete control over the data. Back up your LinkedIn data To sleep better at night, you should back up your LinkedIn data at least a couple of times a year. And it's easy, with these simple steps: Click... Continue Reading →

Free inspirational seminar in Oslo: Employee Advocacy

August 08, 2017

Join us on 24 August in Oslo and learn how you can help your employees succeed within social media and subsequently strengthen your organisation's online presence. Your employees have much higher credibility than your LinkedIn company page You might be on top of your company's presence on social media, but are your employees included in your strategy? Are they primed and ready for meeting with existing and potential customers, new talent and strategic partners – bearing in mind that corporate messages are conveyed not only to your employees' connections but also to the possibly thousands of people in the second tier of their networks. Considering that 72 per cent of time spent on LinkedIn is spent looking at other LinkedIn profiles, your employees' LinkedIn profiles should... Continue Reading →

LinkedIn Tip of the Week: How to write your LinkedIn summary like an elevator pitch

June 12, 2017

Your professional summary is one of the most important parts of your LinkedIn profile. You need to be able to convey a convincing story within a very limited time frame. So why not treat your summary like the ultimate elevator pitch? We suggest you follow these four pointers to make your summary more exciting to both read and hear: 1) Get to the point quickly Just like when you meet someone in passing, you never now when their attention drifts, so make sure you use your time as efficiently as possible. Start out with "I closed three deals with major clients last month" rather than "I'm a really good salesman" - and don't save all the good points until the... Continue Reading →