When you connect with someone you automatically follow them. Between your connections and other people, companies, and universities you've followed over the years you'll soon forget everyone you're following. You may want to clean up your news feed or just peruse around. Here's how to view everyone you've followed on Linkedin. First, go here. Want to view specific segments of who you're
This may be the biggest search improvement in years for Linkedin. Later this quarter Linkedin will be rolling out the ability to do search exclusions in Sales Navigator. Here's a gif from the product team showing what it will look like: How will it work? Let's take a look at what the product release text says about the new search feature. It's brief: "Improve your
Adding interests on Linkedin is easy once you realize where they come from. The confusion generally comes from the way Linkedin automatically creates interests for you based on: (1) Influencers you follow (2) Companies you follow (3) Schools you follow (4) Groups you are a part of Adding and removing (or editing) interests on Linkedin is just a matter of following/unfollowing those four things. Here's how
Big news - people still meet in person. Have you forgotten that? Linkedin's newest mobile feature (location sharing) is meant to facilitate local meet ups. It's a natural progression of improving the efficiency of local business networking - and keeping users on its platform. Let's talk about Linkedin's endgame and how to use this new feature. In case you missed it
Occasionally you may need to clean up your newsfeed because it's become too irrelevant. Or, you may not like the content someone shares on a regular basis. In that situation you'll want to unfollow someone. To do that, view their profile and click the "More" button (see below): Alternatively, you can also view a list of everyone you're following (here) and uncheck the "following"
Did you know you can see a list of everyone who's following you? Your list of followers isn't the same thing as your network of connections, although there is significant overlap. This is great to see how far your content marketing efforts are going. To see your list of followers go here. If someone is following you they may see your posts