May 19, 2014

4 new ways to use social to grow your business

by Guest writer

Social media is constantly evolving, and brands are continually coming up with new ways to leverage it to connect with people and find new customers. Here are four recent trends you should consider for your business. Continue reading

April 21, 2014

How to make the most of LinkedIn

by Chris Abraham

LinkedIn is not just an optional social network to use when you’re either between jobs or looking for a business upgrade. It should be a primary tool in your social media arsenal. Continue reading

May 9, 2013

Don’t overlook LinkedIn in building your new business

by Guest writer

Is LinkedIn taking a backseat to Facebook and Twitter? Find out why using LinkedIn is important for your business, plus check out 9 ways to leverage this social network. Continue reading

June 13, 2012

Facebook will remain king, but social pure plays will fade

by Christopher Rollyson

Facebook will remain the dominant popular social network in many markets for many years, and it won’t have to worry about being “displaced” by another social network the way that it displaced MySpace. In the near term, this lack of competition will give the company some breathing room, but a more daunting threat awaits: the waning of social network pure plays’ influence by 2017.  Continue reading

July 19, 2011

What a Linkedin InMap can tell you

by Deltina Hay

ALinkedIn InMap is a tool that can help you visualize your profession network on LinkedIn. The tool generates a visual “map” of your entire network using nodes for each person in your LinkedIn network. Clusters are formed on your map based on how people are connected to you and to each other. In the map below, I can clearly see … Continue reading

July 6, 2011

What kind of Web 3.0 world should we make?

by Christopher Rollyson

Reid Hoffman, founder of LinkedIn and Silicon Valley insider, provides rich insight into technology trends, markets and building companies. Christopher Rollyson attended his presentation at SxSW and provided a substantial rundown. A main snippet? Web 3.0 would “arrive sooner and be stranger than we think.” Continue reading