LinkedIn members and co-worker profiles

LinkedIn have blogged to say that 30% of members view their co-worker profiles.  We’re not convinced that is a surprise.  Isn’t it natural that curiosity will kick-in and you’ll look at the profiles of those you work with?

However, in mentioning the statistic, they’ve provided a guide to finding your co-workers more easily.  The reason they’ve done so is because it isn’t always as easy as it should be.

Members often don’t attach themselves to a company/employer and then you have the fact that there a still far too many who haven’t created a company profile.

So, they’ve given a step-by-step guide through the Advanced Search function.

LinkedIn Advanced Search
LinkedIn Advanced Search

You’d think this might be common sense, but apparently not.  We often provide LinkedIn training and find that a lot of people are completely unaware of the search functionality that extends well beyond that of the search box at the top of the LinkedIn home page.

So if this is news to you, click on the image above and it’ll take you to the full blog article.

Alternatively, drop us a line and we’ll give you a lot more LinkedIn training and unveil and mass of additional features that make business life a lot easier (and a lot more productive).

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