The LinkedIn introduction and overview tutorial below is part 1 of a multipart series on using LinkedIn with the 2014 interface.
Throughout the entire LinkedIn video series users will learn how to create a LinkedIn account, navigate using the 2014 LinkedIn interface, add LinkedIn connections, join groups on LinkedIn as well as other advanced LinkedIn features.
The video below provides an introduction and overview of what LinkedIn is and what the primary reasons for using LinkedIn are.
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*As more videos in the series are published, they will be linked to above.
LinkedIn Introduction and Overview
LinkedIn is a social network similar to Facebook, Twitter and Google+ but specifically focused towards users’ professional lives. LinkedIn is a place to have an online resume and portfolio that can help you connect with companies and individuals in the same industry.
LinkedIn is a great place to record all of your professional achievements and milestones while networking to expand your professional opportunities.
Thousands of companies also use LinkedIn to research possible job candidates and to post job listings. User can actually apply to job right from within LinkedIn and, instead of sending over a resume, employers will use your LinkedIn profile to research your qualifications.
Just having a LinkedIn profile shows potential employers that you’re up-to-date with technology and are motivated to excel professionally.
Users add connection in LinkedIn similar to adding friends on Facebook but LinkedIn connections are generally people that you’ve actually done business with or worked with at some point in your life.
User can even write public recommendation for each other serving as references.
For a complete explanation on what LinkedIn is and how you can get the most out of it, make you watch the entire LinkedIn Tutorial Video Series 2014 on AnsonAlex.com!
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