Business Etiquette: Professional Networking Sites, Including LinkedIn - Slide 9

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An “all-about-me” approach won’t get you very far. LinkedIn and similar sites allow you to ask for help from members of your network quickly and easily, but don’t abuse this privilege with constant requests. Also, don’t forget to thank those who lend you a hand, and always look to return the favor.

Are you linking in or being left out? Professional networking sites are among the most popular ways of nurturing professional relationships today. Networking online is no different than rubbing shoulders at in-person networking events – it’s important to make a positive impression and follow the rules of the road. Robert Half has compiled ways to get the most out of LinkedIn and similar websites.

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