Every now and then I hear these words, usually uttered in frustration by someone in a business development or sales role, and also (more often than not), just after the owner of their business has engaged my services to ensure everyone in their sales team has a tip-top LinkedIn presence.
You asked, and we delivered! We were recently asked the same question, not once, not twice but three times in one week on our live chat service “what type of stats can you get from a LinkedIn company page?”. A picture tells a 1000 words, so a video seemed the easiest way to respond to
There have been many new updates to LinkedIn in the last few months, so this webinar covers everything you need to know about the new functionality.
If you are using your LinkedIn profile to its full potential you will be in possession of a professional network that engages with your content, a feed filled with useful industry information that you can engage in and a steady stream of useful new connections. If this does not sound like you then check out
Everyone knows that marketing is a key component of any business. But it’s totally amazing and a little bit scary how many recruitment agencies don’t seem to have an actual marketing strategy beyond splashing their cash on job boards. Most agencies would argue that they get good results from this, but the reality is that
I have my own theories on the future of LinkedIn, so I thought the Green Umbrella blog would be an ideal place to voice those thoughts and to see what other people think about this topic.
Do you find it annoying when the videos on your LinkedIn feed start playing automatically? Either on desktop or the mobile app, there is a way to disable them. Instructions for Desktop: Click the small profile picture on the top righthand corner Navigate to privacy and settings Click on site preferences Autoplay video’s > change
There’s no denying that our beloved LinkedIn app will always be the number one go-to smartphone app for recruiters. However, introducing new apps to your social media recruitment strategy (or in this case, technically not-so-new ones) will always help you stay a step ahead of the competition.
Imagine the scene. You are sitting on the train, scrolling through your LinkedIn feed and the noise of video after video keeps playing on your phone. You turn the sound off so that others do not get disturbed, but then you forget to turn the sound back on once you reach your destination and you
In this short video, Julia talks through various ways in which you can request a recommendation on LinkedIn. This is an updated version (Feb 2018) as previous ways are no longer available. If video is not your thing, then follow these two options:- Option 1 – if you already have recommendations Log into LinkedIn Navigate