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LinkedIn Success for Financial Professionals: Step 4—Post and Share Your Voice

Jennifer Grazel, LinkedIn; Mike Langford, Socialware
LinkedIn, the world’s largest professional social network, is a powerful business tool for relationship-driven industries such as financial services. But many people just don’t know where to start. During this four-part webcast series, experts from LinkedIn, Socialware, and Ajax Social Media will share tips and best practices for how you can get the most out of LinkedIn. In Step 4, the 30-minute discussion will focus on how to share content and post comments that demonstrate not only your professional core competencies but also your own personality. We will also address compliance considerations and real-life user examples.
Feb 10 2012
45 mins
LinkedIn Success for Financial Professionals: Step 4—Post and Share Your Voice
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