I really enjoyed your presentation. I brought it up at a networking meeting this morning, where someone shared vivid memories of when he was in chemo as a child and how one doctor helped by simply being with him, eye to eye, knee to knee.
Sun, Oct 20 7:17pm · Going live on LinkedIn at the conference this week! in Share
Well @DanHinmon, They are new and people are experimenting with them. I’ve seen educational presentations, interviews/conversations, product launches, and live at events. I can see all sorts of uses for people and organizations within our network.
Sun, Oct 20 10:13am · Going live on LinkedIn at the conference this week! in Share
I'm excited to be speaking at the Mayo Clinic Social Media Network Conference this week. I also plan to go live on LInkedIn Live to introduce some of the other people that are speaking and the people that run the network.
Exact details are still in flux, so for now, look for notifications that I'm live. If I get a better sense of exact timing I'll edit this post and let you know.
Some of the people I hope to have join me include Ann Handley, Lee Aase, Dan Hinmon, Christy Owenby, and Camela Morrissey.
If you are speaking, or even attending, and want to possibly join me for a few minutes, please let me know.
You can start with this article, although it's not specifically for doctors: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/10-tips-maximizing-your-linkedin-professional-branding-beth-granger
This is part of what I do, go into organizations to help with profiles, company pages, and training staff to be advocates for the organization.
Plus, I'll plug my talk at the conference later this month since the topic is "Boosting your professional brand using LinkedIn.
Sat, Sep 21 12:34pm
This. Is. Cool.
Sat, Sep 7 10:59am
They also quietly changed the format of urls, making them more SEO-friendly.
Sat, Sep 7 10:58am
I agree! If you think of LinkedIn as the online equivalent of in person networking and behave accordingly, you won’t go wrong.