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Join us Tuesday, October 18th, to learn about all of LinkedIn’s latest functionality changes and how to overcome its limitations using X-Raying and various “back doors”.
While LinkedIn remains a top site for sourcing due to its accumulated “big data” and messaging functionality, Sourcers and Recruiters, and all who use the site for business networking are encountering challenges using LinkedIn. The business social network has introduced restrictions on all accounts, free and paid. Depending on the account, members face the limits on the numbers of searches performed per month; the number of search results displayed; profile visibility; sending messages via Groups; and InMail usage, to name a few. In addition, the recent redesigns of public profiles and Groups requires adjustments to X-Raying LinkedIn through Google.
Fortunately, most of these limitations can be overcome! In this webinar, Master Sourcer Irina Shamaeva will cover all of the new limitations that slow down searching and messaging on LinkedIn, and explain how to overcome each restriction. Whatever type of LinkedIn account you use, the clever workarounds demonstrated in this webinar will boost your productivity.
NOTE: By signing up for the webinar, you commit to NOT sharing any of the tips online.
Included: The slides and video recording from the session(s), and one month of support for any questions about overcoming the limitations of LinkedIn.
The presentation is in Double-Webinar format:
Lecture (by Master Sourcer Irina Shamaeva) – Tuesday, October 18th, at 9 AM PDT/noon EDT.
Hands-On Practice (by Master Sourcer David Galley) – Wednesday, October 19th, at 9 AM PDT/noon EDT (bring your questions and see live demos of overcoming LinkedIn’s limitations!)
Seating for both sessions is limited, so be sure to sign up today.
Register here: http://sourcingcertification.com/overcominglimitations/
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