The folks at Salesforce have created a spiffy infographic, and it is definitely worth checking out. There are some great statistics to consider if you are still thinking that you can ignore your LinkedIn profile or company page.
We have all seen those horrible profile pictures where you can tell that someone was cropped out, that the subject wasn’t thrilled to have a picture taken, that the picture has been radically edited, or even worse that it was a mirror selfie. So if your current profile picture isn’t awesome (or you don’t have one!), here are several points to keep in mind.
It’s been a while since I posted anything here. Too long, I know. My focus was elsewhere. That elsewhere was great, and then it wasn’t. My hope is that I can rebuild what I had here to something special again.
From MG Siegler: Don’t build an app based on your website. Build the app that acts as if websites never existed in the first place. Build the app for the person who has never used a desktop computer. Because they’re coming. Soon. People don’t care about desktop computers, they care about themselves. So start thinking about how you can offer…
Last night I was the guest on Melinda Emerson’s #SmallBizChat. Melinda has posted the transcript from our interview, “How to Inspire More Digital Referrals” which gives a great overview of my course scheduled to launch in January 2012.
Over the last few years, I’ve been formalizing a system that embraces online tactics for creating digital referrals to business professionals. Instead of a “single golden click,” I’m going to teach you good habits for using the Internet to get more digital referrals.