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New Showcase pages for companies on LinkedIn

On November 20, 2013 By James Potter - The Linked In Man

With over 3.2 million company pages on LinkedIn now it has become a go to place not just for the serious business professional but increasingly as a trusted source of insight. Even within the last 10 days there have been reports of 64% of all corporate website hits coming from LinkedIn in the UK and […]


LinkedIn Signals no more

On August 15, 2013 By James Potter - The Linked In Man

  Sad to see that whilst I was away for a couple of weeks LinkedIn decided to turn off the Signal functionality on the 29th July 2013 and I think it is a real shame, but I am not that surprised. It follows on from the shutting down of polls as a function at the […]


How to wham the spam on LinkedIn

On April 22, 2013 By James Potter - The Linked In Man

I hate spam and spammers, and so does LinkedIn. It puts loads of functionality at your disposal in the battle against spam. LinkedIn is not the best at promoting the functionality that is there to help you, make your experience better and, in this instance the whole community better, so I thought I’d lay it […]


Everyone should pay to upgrade their LinkedIn but …

On January 24, 2013 By James Potter - The Linked In Man

In my opinion too many people rush into paying for LinkedIn thinking that it will unlock new functionality or enhance their experience in miraculous ways … but the truth is that whilst it does include some great enhancements they are just that, enhancements. LinkedIn themselves are great at getting you to buy and upgrade your […]


LinkedIn Events RIP, but will it be missed?

On November 22, 2012 By James Potter - The Linked In Man

I have to say – thank goodness! Too many people created an event and expected magical things to happen (a bit like some peoples’ interaction on LinkedIn). Being present, creating a little content is simply not enough. So now LinkedIn have announced that the functionality is dead as of 26th November, what do you do? […]