#TechTuesday: Infographic - LinkedIn Bootcamp

Social media | LinkedIn Bootcamp

Facebook and Twitter are incredibly popular social media platforms among small enterprises, and it's easy to overlook the benefits of the more 'businessy' LinkedIn. As a business-to-business networking tool, it's can help you make contacts, create collaborations, keep up with your sector and even recruit employees. But how do you get it working well for you and your business?

This great infographic from online training provider Mindflash offers a swift and straightforward LinkedIn Bootcamp. Follow the tips below to become a LinkedIn master in minutes. Social media | LinkedIn Bootcamp infogrraphic

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The infographic above is fun however it is rather out of date. There are now 200 million LinkedIn users (as of 9 Jan 2013) and 2 million Company Pages. LinkedIn published their stats here http://blog.linkedin.com/2013/01/09/linkedin-200-million/

Also applications no longer exist as separate entities within LinkedIn and the 'Answers' section has been removed. You now have the ability to add files and media to your profile and they are working on adding extra functionality...it seems like there is a new change every week or so at the moment.

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