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Ted Prodromou is an Internet business consultant, specializing in search engine optimization, pay-per-click campaign management, and social media marketing. In his past life, Ted worked for high tech companies IBM, DEC and Cellular One before starting his own consulting firm in 1999. You can learn more about Ted at http://www.tedprodromou.com
An excellent how-to book, with real-world examples and realistic perspective for business professionals. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Joyce Davis
I bought this book after having read and been very impressed by some other books from the Ultimate Guide series. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Akis
A big help if you want to get a better handle on LinkedIn. A lot of great information in a easy to understand guide.Published 19 months ago by Dad11678
Well-organized content and plenty of step-by-step instructions for using LinkedIn to build your business and network. Lots of great tips for using this tool.Published 19 months ago by Steve
In this day and age I'm apprehensive about buying books based on online reviews, since we all know they can be manipulated. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Dianne
There are a number of Web seminars purporting to have the answer to using LinkedIn. This book is an easily understand, no nonsense approach to delving into LinkedIn and applying to... Read morePublished 20 months ago by twright4
Fantastic book! This is a book with so much insight! I loved every single part of this book! My goal is to use the principals within this book on a daily basis!Published 21 months ago by Jason Lucchesi
Great book! I knew nothing about LinkedIn when I bought this book and was pleased with the guidance that the author provided. Read morePublished 22 months ago by John C. Galascione