Most LinkedIn (s lnkd) users know "People You May Know" as one of that site's flagship features -- an onmipresent reminder of other LinkedIn users with whom you probably want to connect. Keeping it up to date and accurate requires some heady data science and impressive engineering to keep data constantly flowing between the various LinkedIn applications. When Jay Kreps started there five years ago, this wasn't exactly the case.
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Presently the buzz on social media is all about owning and creating content and then using this to become a thought leader to create and secure a strong brand. Then you utilize the brand to build influence, and the influence to drive profits through increased sales.
I think you’ll see this trend continue for 18 months until people realize what creating content is really all about, but obviously I’m not going to put that in print here. You’ll have to get to know me better and create a relationship with me to secure that trust ;-)
Nicely written article, demonstrating the power of social media.
When LinkedIn rolled out their skill endorsement programme my immediate reaction was not positive. My inner voice said "Tacky, superficial, transactional. Tapping into the worst aspects of social media interaction and white noise, akin to Facebook "likes" and Twitter Follow Fridays. There was no way to quantify the scope or quality of any endorsement and it all seemed like a silly popularity contest.
Are all Answers sections struggling to survive -
Interesting to see that Facebook retired its “answers” in late 2012.
7 rules to make it happen.
A serial of success gives you a check list.