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Windmill Networking: Understanding, Leveraging & Maximizing LinkedIn: An Unofficial, Step-by-Step Guide to Creating & Implementing Your LinkedIn Brand - Social Networking in a Web 2.0 World Paperback – September 29, 2009
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I also learned a lot about advanced profile creation, and the optimum usage of Linkedin Questions and advanced searching strategies. I have looked at other books and attended several costly webinars on Linkedin that usually promise more than they deliver and often are a rehashing of the basics. Buy, read, and reference this well laid out, well written, master work on Linkedin. You can save yourself hundreds of dollars and hours of frustration, and it the most current book out there, which is an essential element when considering information on the rapidly evolving Web 2.0, social media, landscape.
Neal says he is currently working on a new book on, the often cryptic and confusing, Twitter. I'm sure Neal will help his readers master that pesky platform as well as he does here with Linkedin.
As for "windmill networking," this is the author's definition:
"Windmill Networking is understanding the unique value of creating and utilizing a virtual network through Web 2.0 social networking sites such as, but not limited to, LinkedIn; Windmill Networkers build up a sometimes virtual Trusted Network of Advisors to contact for help when necessary, while helping others in their network with a Pay It Forward attitude."
That's just... networking, and his giving it a special name seems like marketing fluff.
A thumb up to this one and highly recommend to any linkedin user (both beginner and advanced)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
When I bought it (a couple of years ago, I think), it was just about the only book I found on using LinkedIn. There are far better ones now. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Veriflan
It is the 4th time I have read this book. I love it!
I always find myself improving my LinkedIn profile afterwards.
Today all of us have accounts with Linkedin and we mostly use it to get recommendations from our buyers or service providers or get success in job. Read morePublished on August 26, 2013 by Mahahind Charan
Wish there were more illustrations. I wanted to read the whole book before I signed on the LinkedIn. Hard to picture some of the examples unless you were actually logged in.Published on July 2, 2013 by Curt Jones
Neal Schaffer is a LinkedIn pro and anyone who would like to learn how to excel in LinkedIn should really read this book. Read morePublished on April 16, 2013 by Frances