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"This book takes the guess work out of how to utilize LinkedIn and is unquestionably a friendly user's guide! This book is not simply for beginners, but for those who are serious about professional and personal networking. Kudos Jason!"
Lori Russel Boilard, CEO, Executive Careers & Psychologist
"If you are new to LinkedIn, you are in for a treat when you read 'I'm On LinkedIn--Now What???.' If this book were available the first year LinkedIin started, it would have helped LinkedIn to be better understood and would have helped thousands of professionals get the most out of LinkedIin."
Vincent Wright, Chief Encouragement Officer, MyLinkedinPowerForum.com
"Jason's Personal Brand is consistent in each project he works on, especially in 'I'm on LinkedIn -- Now What???' Throughout this book he narrows down exactly what LinkedIn SHOULD be used for so that readers don't confuse it with other social networks. You will encounter information on how to set up your profile, network through groups and proper etiquette to use as you grow your LinkedIn database. Jason's thoughtful and honest viewpoint on LinkedIn will teach everyone from youthful professionals to experienced entrepreneurs how to succeed with this tool."
Daniel Schawbel, Publisher, Personal Branding Magazine
"I'm on LinkedIn - Now What provides a useful guide for all those looking to better utilize the power of LinkedIn. As Jason writes, LinkedIn is NOT the silver bullet of networking sites; such a site does not exist, and this book does not try to make that point. What this book does incredibly well is show how you CAN use the tool to your advantage; to make connections, to help others, and ultimately, to help yourself! 2 handshakes WAY UP for this great book!"
Phil Gerbyshak, public speaker and author of 10 Ways to Make It Great!
"Jason Alba has established himself as a well-known and widely respected expert in the employment arena. His success in establishing himself and promoting his extraordinary career toolset JibberJobber.com prove that he knows what he's talking about. His understanding of personal branding and networking come together in his new book about using LinkedIn. Authoritative and insightful, this book is a great primer for "newbies," yet it's comprehensive enough to offer something of value to even the most seasoned LinkedIn users."
George Blomgren, Director of Marketing, MilwaukeeJobs.com --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Great book, a must read for anyone in business and building a network.Published 3 months ago by J. Mathers
Good general information but not a lot of detail. Easy to read and absorb.Published 4 months ago by Cheryl Ferreira
I found this book to be a easy read, and to understand. Now, all I have to do is find the time and resources to carry out several of the things suggested by Mr. Alba. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Hugh M. Scoggins III
Good guide to getting started with Linked IN and how to maximize the benefit. I would recommend this to people just getting involved in the Linked IN community.Published 9 months ago by Judy King
Save your money. All the information is in the help section of LinkedIn. I think I found one or two tips that weren't but it didn't make a difference in how to maximize my time... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Catherine Franz
The book provides practical advice on how to use LinkedIn features as part of a larger strategy to develop a person's brand.Published 18 months ago by Brent
This book is geared primarily for job seekers - I personally am not interested in a new job, but am looking for ways to improve the inbound marketing of the services of my company. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Dionisyj Demianczuk
Probably my mistake in not checking the copyright date. The information would have been great if it was more recent.Published 22 months ago by Margaret
For anyone born prior to the electronic communication age, joining LinkedIn is like joining a gym; you know you 'should' and that it will be good for you, but you have no... Read morePublished on May 4, 2012 by sas