Talking Tradeshow Networking, LinkedIn and Big Red Bicycles as Mike and Lori speaks with our very own host of Webcology, Jim Hedger. Plus, Social Media Strategist at Peak Potentials Training Justin French is back to talk FourSquare bonuses.
Montreal-based songstress Kaila Picard talks to Mike about her use of Linkedin when it came to releasing her self-titled mini-album showcasing a highly individual style she terms bohemian disco. Kaila fuses disco, soul, pop, and blues in refreshing fashion, and Kaila’s strong soulful voice frames songs that are by turns bold and contemplative.
Changes to LinkedIn Interface as LinkedIn quietly launched a new user interface and is slowly rolling it out to their more than 200 million members over the next several months. Mike and Lori also offer tips on How to Expand LinkedIn Market Reach. Finally, some expert commentary from John Corcoran when it comes to sharing your blog on LinkedIn.
Mike and Lori speak with Kare Anderson is a co-founder of the Say it Better Center and author of Getting What You Want and Resolving Conflict Sooner. Also we learn about Using LinkedIn for PR in our expert segment with media/PR veteran Richard Berman.
Mike and Lori interview Trent Johnsen of Hookflash, a new ipad/iphone app that allows you to video call any of your LinkedIn connections! Plus check out our expert commentary on Listening and Language on LinkedIn.
Mike and Lori discuss LinkedIn Company Pages with who better than the LinkedIn Senior Product Marketing Manager Lana Khavinson.
LinkedIn and Screen Names in our Expert Commentary plus Mike and Lori speak with Tom Gonser, the founder of DocuSign, which specializes in providing software services for electronic signature and electronic contract execution.
Getting LinkedIn to China as Mike and Lori speak with China Consultant and LinkedIn Evangelist Dan Stepel. We hear about living abroad to the Chinese culture and how he has watched over 200 Bruce Springsteen concerts.
Are You Networked In or Networked Out? Mike and Lori speak to the author Jorge Zuazola, who asks that very question in his book LinkedIn should reach 500 million users: Are you networked in or networked out?