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In my previous posts I talked a lot about the functionalities of LinkedIn, how to set it up, which other social networking sites to use besides LinkedIn and how to integrate it with your Outlook.
Many readers asked me more or less the same question “how can I use LinkedIn to grow my business?”.
There is no straight answer to this question, but I will share how I use LinkedIn. Maybe you can take one new tip away for your LinkedIn strategy.
A few days ago I wrote the post “The Art of Social Networking” and I received a lot of positive feedback on it. One question dominated the responses. How do I use the LinkedIn Outlook Toolbar? This prompted me to write a follow-up on this topic.
First you need to download the software from LinkedIn. The download link is located at the bottom of your home page. Click on the Outlook Toolbar link.
This might be the best kept secret ever. I can’t believe that this is not more known to the public. That’s why I want to share this with you.
Sybase released Sybase ASE 15 Express. Free to use on Linux. The restrictions to use it for free are well in the limits of most MySQL databases running millions of websites.
In its latest effort to organize Sybase DBA, Sybase relays on the power of one of the oldest social networks Xing. This network was first started in Europe as a vehicle to connect business professionals. Sybase selected Xing due to its globale reach. Xing members are connected around the globe in over 16 languages.