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How to Search For and Find Coworkers on LinkedIn

People around the world come to LinkedIn daily to strengthen their professional brands, network, and garner insights that help them better do their jobs. Recently, we discovered they’re doing something else: searching for coworkers. About 30% of members who search for people on LinkedIn view their coworkers’ profiles. Why? Good question! What we’ve heard from members is that the professional information on LinkedIn is more comprehensive and … [Read More...]

Smaller Targets, Better Hits in Blogging for Business

“No business can be all things to all people. The more narrowly you can define your target market, the better,” according to Entrepreneur. com. “Rather than creating a niche, many entrepreneurs make the mistake of falling into the ‘all over the map’ trap”, ” the authors continue. In fact, they advise, these days the trend is toward smaller niches. In a way, business blogs are the perfect marketing tool … [Read More...]

These Are the Richest Billionaires Under 40

Facebook has created more billionaires under 40 than any other company. … [Read More...]

The Emotional Factors That Drive the Buying Behavior of Affluent Customers

Find out what "E-Factors" are pushing the purchase of goods and services by those with money. … [Read More...]

What ‘The Dress’ Teaches About Seeing Things From Different Perspectives

How people look at things has a lot to do with what they see. Leaders are wise to question their assumptions and take a look from different angles. … [Read More...]

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