LinkedIn Videos Spotlighting Profile Changes

As you know, I am passionate about video engagement and using social media networks to generate results. I post and create content on social video and social selling best practices. Recently LinkedIn made another series of design changes to their profile and user interface.

Originally, I was going to do a video highlighting the new LinkedIn facelift but I came across two tremendous articles and VIDEOS that highlight these changes. Today I want to spotlight Viveka von Rosen and Donna Serdula for their great posts and educational videos on the recent changes to LinkedIn profiles. Please check out their blog posts and watch their videos if you want to learn more about LinkedIn Profile Changes. Both videos are great visual presentations to train on LinkedIn.

In Lehman’s Terms, most of us excel with visual learning and these videos by Viveka and Donna are great examples of this.
I look forward to reading more content and watching more videos from Viveka and Donna. Great job ladies. A thank you video response and comment is in order.

Reconnecting my 1st Level LinkedIn Connections Video

First of all, I want to THANK all my first level connections on LinkedIn for connecting.  I started using LinkedIn back in March of 2007.  If you are open networker with thousands of connections or you have a smaller more intimate network, LinkedIn is a powerful collaboration tool.

 

Last week, I started to evaluate my social media networks on the basis on connections and contact engagement.  Why are we connected? What is our network relationship?  In some cases we engage frequently other cases we are a simple contact name on a growing list.

The purpose of this Video Blog Post is to put a name with face using Video to simply reconnect again on LinkedIn.  I would love to hear more about you and your business.  Please feel free to reach out and contact me if you need any assistance with my network or want to engage in more dialogue.  Let’s take full advantage of our connection on linkedIn and collaborate.

Now to put it in Lehman’s Terms

1)       Thank You for Connecting

2)       Let’s Engage, Reconnect and Collaborate

3)       I value our LinkedIn Connection on all levels of engagement

Sagie “The Dog” is not a LinkedIn Connection but a loyal contact.  How are we connected?


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