7 Most Common Mistakes on LinkedIn

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LinkedIn has been growing for quite some time among the professional community.  It is a much better place to promote your business or professional profile.  You can add your work experience, display detailed information about your previous jobs and even ask for and display reccomendations about your self.  It has by far become the norm with in the corporate social media world however there’s probably a chance many of its users are not getting most out of the site.  Here are the 7 most common things done wrong on LinkedIn.  Be sure that you are doing on of these!  See all 7 faux pas.

Social media is about telling your brand’s story.  Its about conversation and information.  Social media is not the place for a hard sale.  Any marketing consultants, or at least any that are worthwhile, will tell you that this is out you ultimately build the presence of your brand, through story-telling.  But how do these marketing consultants tell your story?  Find out how.

YouTube has long been the top video provider for video sharing and video hosting.  It has since met its match. Facebook has taken over as the most popular video site.  With almost 900 million users, the traffic on Facebook is astronomical compared to YouTube.  Facebook as the video giant.

Twitter has undergone some serious changes with the new update to its API settings.  Twitter has now revamped the its API settings with respect to how Twitter operates with third party clients.  These sorts of clients include sites that mimic twitter.  See the full update here.

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Katie is the President of KWSM. Before opening the agency, she spent more than 15 years as a journalist, working for CBS, ABC, Fox, CNN and National Public Radio. Katie works with clients across the country and is a popular public speaker.