LinkedIn has been evolving to remain relevant for the past couple of years.
It recently took another interesting step to make itself more inclusive in future for every member of the global workforce.
The platform is now allowing users to add their gender pronouns along with their names.
LinkedIn unlike any other social platforms is focused solely on professional networking giving you access to rick user generated professional content. LinkedIn is today, where Facebook and Twitter were 5 years back with limited restrictions helping you reach more audience. The fact is that only 0.5% of users generate content on LinkedIn, and if the content is really good, it has a potential to reach even your 3rd level connections. Many friends ask me how I use LinkedIn and how I am able to write every day and how I am able to build such a large follower base, here are 4 simple tips: Your content needs to be audacious, engage on an emotional level, and also somewhat non-conventional and eyebrow lifting. Your connect should be more personal in nature, include personal stories, life lessons, failures, something astonishing that others can learn from Post atleast 3-5 times per week. Don’t analyze and justRead More