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LinkedIn Profile is Your Business Lifeline August 20, 2010

Posted by carolhagen in linkedin.
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LinkedIn is your web access to business connections and /strong> as such, you should keep it well tuned and make it work for you. One often overlooked item is important in your LinkedIn settings … adding a secondary alternate (personal) email address. I use gmail, but any of the free providers like Yahoo or MSN will do too. You configure this in LinkedIn under Settings | Personal Information | Email Addresses where you will see a screen like this:

Primary and secondary email addresses

An Alternate Email Address is Recommended


You can switch the primary address at any time and continue to receive all LinkedIn correspondence as well as send out email. This is your insurance policy should you experience an unexpected employment transition and need to reach your contacts, or more importantly that they know how to reach you! I’ve seen many people not realize the importance of keeping their profile up to date or remembering to change their primary address after leaving a position or getting a new job. Stay connected with your business connections and give them a way to find you. You’ll be glad you did!

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1. johnburkeaz - August 20, 2010

Thanks, Carol your insights are always timely and relevant.

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3. Trick Land Design - August 27, 2010

Construction Health and Safety…

Thanks a lot. This is very interesting and I’ve added a Trackback to it on my weblog :)…

carolhagen - August 27, 2010

Glad you found it valuable. Appreciate the trackback 🙂


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