Investing time and resources into building and maintaining your personal brand online is extremely important. In today’s world, your Google results can be the difference between personal branding success and […]
Investing time and resources into building and maintaining your personal brand online is extremely important. In today’s world, your Google results can be the difference between personal branding success and failure.
Luckily, there are a number of online tools available to help you manage your online presence. In a previous post, I discussed five such online personal branding tools that you should include as part of your personal branding arsenal. This week, I’ve rounded up a couple of handy resources that can aid you in making the most of two sites that are tailor made for personal branding: LinkedIn and SlideShare.
As of December 31, 2012, LinkedIn has more that 200 million registered members worldwide. With numbers like that, having a LinkedIn profile isn’t optional.
So how can you make sure you’re making the most of this online personal branding powerhouse? The Huffington Post ran an article this week offering excellent tips for building a personal brand through LinkedIn. Here are some of the highlights:
SlideShare is an excellent place to showcase your position as a thought leader in your field by posting examples of your great work, like PowerPoint presentations, PDFs etc. Two of the key benefits to doing this are:
To master this tool, check out this article offering tips for personal branding success with SlideShare. Some main takeaways include:
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