1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on January 28, 2011
>>>..."USING Linkedin" is more than just a book!...You don't just read about it...You will see it, hear it, with step-by-step video tutorials and audio sidebars delivered through the free Web Edition that comes with every USING book...For the Investment in the book, you get online access anywhere with a web connection---no books to carry, updated content and the benefit of video & audio learning!!!
>>>..."USING Linkedin" offers 18 Knowledge-Filled Chapters from Introducing Linkedin to Accessing Linkedin via Mobile Devices!!!...Author Patrice-Anne Rutledge / A Business Technology Author & Consultant,etc. / delivers 257 pages of Linkedin Knowledge for all Linkedin users from A to Z!!!...In addition, Patrice-Anne is a long-time Linkedin member and social networking advocate who uses Linkedin to develop her business, find clients, recruit staff and so much more!
>>>..."USING Linkedin" is an Investment to make & a Learning Experience that you will use & use!!!...Get your "USING Linkedin" Today for your Purchase Review!!!...Going Forward!!!...Carpe Diem - Seize The Day!!!...Michael.
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on December 12, 2010
Patrice-Anne Rutledge's USING MICROSOFT POWERPOINT 2010 and USING LINKEDIN are fine, specific program-oriented references that are top picks for any new learner. Each book is accompanied by step-by-step video tutorials and audio sidebars delivered through the Free Web Edition that comes with each book. The result is a video tutorial and accompanying text unparalleled in scope and coverage, offering plenty of visuals reinforced by specific details. From using Linkedin to view and submit news articles and posting updates to inserting video clips into Powerpoint and modifying images, these are top references students will need!
0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on April 23, 2012
I bought this book because it had online tutorials. I started over an hour ago from time of this writing. When I attempted to sign on, after navigating through a circling thicket of pages several rounds, I called the support line where after several switching around I was informed by a rude person that their lines were only open for educators not students. When I asked for a supervisor, I was informed that one was not available at all and a name would not be provided, but that that supervisor had refused to speak to me. Evidently the supervisor speaks to their reps but not customers.
I am a working person and my time is money but to Pearson Publishing, I'm a mere student and not worth their time. Evidently Pearson Publishing's ideas of its students are of funded, un-employed college kids who have nothing better to do than lolligag in a Starbucks wasting time on-line chatting for hours with no results or willing to just wait around until Pearson deems it worth their while to own up to their claims of on-line features for its products--if ever.
My experience is organizations with thick, opaque walls around their products have something to hide. The ones with receptive, accessible support have nothing to hide, are easy to use, open to revision from listening to user experiences. If just trying to get on-line at que publishing/pearson is any indication, the tutorials are not worth their time, but I wouldn't know, not having seen them despite sincere effort trying.