Whether you’re an avid LinkedIn user or you’re only just in the midst of creating your LinkedIn profile, it’s essential that you use the social networking site to its full potential by building meaningful business connections. LinkedIn is used by millions of businesses and people from

LinkedIn have announced that starting from the 14th October, all groups on the social network will become private. They hope that the changes they make will improve the quality of using LinkedIn Groups, as well as avoiding spam and self-promotion. Here are four key questions,

LinkedIn is often misunderstood by many people; this misconstrued site is regularly seen as a place just for job hunters and for growing your professional network.   But this is not entirely true, LinkedIn is an equally effective tool for generating potential business customers and nurturing

  1) Get your employees involved One simple way to get more followers is to encourage your employees to create LinkedIn profiles for themselves, if they haven’t already, and you instantly have followers. If you are a one-man-band, ask friends and family to follow your page. 2) Add a