Webinar: How to Use LinkedIn to Excel in Your Current Position and Plan for Your Next

Our AMA New Media team is doing a webinar with Scott Allen, author of The Virtual Handshake, next month. He will be sharing a wealth of tips and suggestions for using LinkedIn to help you gain a successful business advantage.


How to Use LinkedIn to Excel in Your Current Position and Plan for Your Next
June 16, 2009
12:00-1:00 PM Eastern
Fee: $149

Savvy business professionals are using LinkedIn to build relationships, meet new contacts, and market themselves.

Did you sign up for LinkedIn, play around for a few days or weeks and then think… what now?

Joining a social media Website like LinkedIn is simple, but turning it into a powerful networking tool takes a bit of thought and a strategy.

This Webinar provides you with a step-by-step lesson on using this powerful business tool in your current job and as roadmap for your next career move.

You can waste huge amounts of time on social media sites like LinkedIn. That’s where this Webinar can really help you. By understanding how to use LinkedIn to your advantage, you’ll be able to maximize the time you spend using it.

Scott Allen is a 22-year veteran technology entrepreneur, executive and consultant. Since 2002 he has worked as an independent social media strategist and speaker, helping individuals and companies transform virtual relationships into real business. He is the About.com Guide to Entrepreneurs and an active blogger at TheVirtualHandshake.com, LinkedIntelligence.com and SocialMediaIsMyMiddleName.com.

Allen is coauthor of The Virtual Handshake: Opening Doors and Closing Deals Online, the first book on the business use of social media, and The Emergence of The Relationship Economy, a forward look at how social media will transform business, politics and society. He is a contributing author to numerous books on social media, marketing, entrepreneurship and working virtually.


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