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In this week’s edition of Ask the Expert! we tackle what to do after you’ve built up your networks, and how to target prospects, not peers.
Linkedin is pretty choosy about what apps they allow to be developed for its site, which is understandable given Linkedin’s career and working-professional oriented focus. Still, there are some great apps to consider using on your profile, as long as you remember consider a few things:
Following Facebook’s lead, Linkedin announced on Monday that it was ready to open up its platform to outside developers wanting to create apps. This announcement comes in well under the nine-month mark originally projected by founder and Chairman Reid Hoffman back in July
Over the next few posts, we’re going to take a brief look at four of the biggest social media sites there are today (Linkedin, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube), and why you may (or may not) want to be on them.