Many things have changed in life and business since I penned my original post in 2016. For example, I updated my headshot. I’m coaching my daughter’s field hockey team. We moved and more! One change I was not a fan of was LinkedIn removing the ‘Advice for Contacting…‘ section from profiles. Another change on LinkedIn … Continue reading
The Army is looking for help from a vendor to find, monitor and get rid of imposter social media accounts. Continue reading
My purpose for using LinkedIn is not to accrue contacts for the sake of it. There has to be some purpose despite the number of common connections. Source: What’s the right setting for LI connecting? | Guy Timberlake | Pulse | LinkedIn
How you choose to use LinkedIn is your business and your choice, but your ‘system’ probably won’t work for me. That doesn’t make your tactics right and mine wrong, and it shouldn’t make one better or worse than the other. Continue reading
GovConChannelChief’s Note: Given recent posts and accompanying comments I’ve seen on LinkedIn that criticize LinkedIn users who don’t blindly accept EVERY invitation sent their way, I decided to re-post an article by technology journalist Andrea Smith I find to be well-stated and intentioned as it relates to the etiquette of connecting (or trying to) on … Continue reading
The Defense Information Systems Agency is urging industry to use a social media site originally established by the U.S. Pacific Command in 2000 to respond to its request for information for its next-generation network. via DISA Taps Social Media for Reponses to New Network Contract – What’s Brewin – Defense – Nextgov.com.
Federal decision-makers are nearly twice as likely to use LinkedIn as was the case a year ago, and the majority are accessing other social websites and using mobile devices as well, according to a new survey. via Nearly twice as many federal executives now using LinkedIn — Federal Computer Week.