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LinkedIn Adds Laughing Emoji to Standard Reactions

Finally! After months and months of pestering the LinkedIn folks to add a laughing emoji to their standard set of post responses, they heard us and have launched a smiley face reaction. In announcing the new feature, LinkedIn had comedian, actress, and multi-talented producer Mindy Kaling talk about it. “It’s time to get down to […]

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Answering the Salary Expectation Question

As a job seeker, I am constantly refining and updating my strategy, but when it comes to the salary expectations question, I have been fumbling lately to find the right answer when the company I am talking to has not provided a range ahead of time. My go to answer recently has been to mention […]

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Big Changes Coming to LinkedIn Stories!

After almost an entire year in the wild, LinkedIn is pulling its Stories feature and sending it back to the shop for upgrades.  If you’re not familiar, Stories are LinkedIn’s way of allowing its users to share videos and images for a specified amount of time (usually 24 hours) before they disappear.  This is a […]

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LinkedIn Testing Conversational Features

In recent weeks and months, LinkedIn has been making changes and testing features that would encourage and amplify the discussion and community aspect of the social platform.  These new features look to amp up the amount of content in the feed by eliminating or reducing the friction between deciding whether or not to post something […]

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Curating an Interesting and Useful LinkedIn Feed

If you are not constantly adding new sources of information to your LinkedIn feed, then you are missing out on interesting and useful articles and posts.  Keeping your LinkedIn feed updated and modern keeps you in touch with the latest trends as well as letting you know what your network is up to.  It takes […]

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5 Tips for Keeping your Social Media Brand Lean and Mean

If you’re a small company or a business that doesn’t have a marketing department or person or if you have an intern or your sales manager doing marketing “when they have time”, then you probably aren’t fully taking advantage of social media and marketing for your brand.  Not to fear, though.  There are some things […]

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