How to Really Use LinkedIn

My friend Jan Vermeiren has a new book out called How to Really Use LinkedIn and, put simply, it’s a must-read for anybody who wants to grow a business through networking. Even if you’re already a member of a referral or network organization, Jan offers powerfully advanced strategies on how LinkedIn can help you get even more out of your membership.


The fact is, it’s vital in any economic situation–especially a bad one–to have a network to fall back on or build upon. New opportunities are now open to all of us, thanks to the internet, and LinkedIn is one of the most valuable websites to provide networking on a professional level. More than 34 million people now have a profile on LinkedIn, and the question most people ask is: “How can I benefit from this website without spending too much?”

How to Really Use LinkedIn shows you how to use LinkedIn by giving you a short, step-by-step plan to get immediate results. It also offers advanced strategies for finding new customers, a new job, employees, suppliers, experts and people who can help you get your job done faster. Jan also gives answers to the 24 most frequently asked questions and an overview of 22 little-known LinkedIn features that can make or break your networking activity on LinkedIn.

CLICK HERE for more details about the book, free webinars, and more.

0 thoughts on “How to Really Use LinkedIn

  1. Hi Ivan,
    Thanks for the post, as I have been looking for a book like this. LinkedIn is a formal part of my business networking, and I want to maximize the potential. Your Twitter posts are great, without them, I would not have seen this blog.

    David Stinner
    BNI Circle of Excellence, Buffalo, New York

  2. Hello Ivan,

    I have been using LinkedIn for at least 5 years and really love it! Not only have I reconnected with peole from the past, but also have found my current employment through their jobs feature. I find it to be an invaluable part of my online networking.

    I have read the ‘lite’ version of this book and love it! Although I have learned many of these concepts on my own, there were a few tips in there that I am planning on implementing.

    Thanks for the great info!

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