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Building Better LinkedIn Connections

A brief overview of how to utilise LinkedIn to build connections

Paul Duxbury

on 25 June 2015

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Transcript of Building Better LinkedIn Connections

Building Better LinkedIn Connections
by Paul Duxbury
Types of Connections
First Degree People you already know. Your friends, colleagues and anyone you have already met.
Group Connections
People who join at least one group with you.

Where Can You Find Connections?
LinkedIn provides a variety of ways to find and add new connections to your network.
Once you find someone you want to connect, begin the process by sending them an invitation.

Tips to Make Great Connections
Build Real
Connect with those who share your values and then begin building a relationship with them.

Take the time to build connections into lasting relationships.

Every connection you make on LinkedIn should align with your own values.

LinkedIn is About Connections
Second Degree
Friends and contacts of first degree connections.

Third Degree
Connections from your second degree connections or the friends of friends’ friends.

LinkedIn Groups
Join in discussions
and interact with people in
the group.
Often, they are willing to become connections with you.
If you can’t connect with them, you can always follow them.

Be sure to connect with the group owner as well.
Ensure you have a complete profile
Update your status frequently
Initiate Conversations
Don’t Connect With Every Request
Be Appropriately Selective
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