Your LinkedIn Profile is Your Digital Internet of Things (IoT)
How do you find the list of LinkedIn connections requests that you have sent out?
Where do you start? At the top of your profile page. Scroll over the toolbar at the top right until you hover over the people icon and a drop down will appear.
LinkedIn Search, You are ONLY Searching Your Network!
LinkedIn recently announced that they have reached the 400 million member mark from which you can only access a small fraction (your network). Not daily active users but a total of 400 million profiles. The question I want to ask you is how large is your network of LinkedIn connections?
If you have a LinkedIn profile you will want to know How to Feature Your LinkedIn Profile, NOT the Competition!
Under the radar LinkedIn has added several new security and privacy settings. Here are the top three that you may not be aware of.
Privacy Setting Number one: Did you know that while your 1st-degree connections automatically follow your updates and long-form posts, ANYONE can follow you, even if they're not in your network. You can limit followers to only your 1st-degree connections from the Privacy and Settings page.
I wrote a previous article on how to follow anyone on LinkedIn.
STEP 1) Hover your cursor over your profile picture select Manage
How to find out how many connections and followers you have on LinkedIn
Social Selling Starts With Your Profile! Improve your LinkedIn profile so customers find you.
How to follow people, influencers, connections, group members, companies, and others in your network.