Sunday, April 8, 2012

April Platform Challenge: Day 8

For today's challenge, create a LinkedIn profile. After creating profiles for Facebook and Twitter, this task should be easy. (Click here to see my public profile.)


Trying to find me on LinkedIn? This is my profile pic.

I do know that quite a few participants are already on LinkedIn, because I've received LinkedIn invitations from many of you (btw, thank you for the invites!). For you, as well as those completely new to LinkedIn, check out these LinkedIn tips for writers.

Since we've got quite the community forming around this challenge, I'd love it if anyone could share other insights into this social media site, which is often considered a more professional networking site than either Facebook or Twitter (though I admit most of my business opportunities have come on the other two).

Anyway, that's all for today. Create (and/or optimize) another profile--and enjoy your Sunday!

I can't wait to see everyone bright and early tomorrow morning.

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134 comments:

Khara House said...

Done. My profile is here: Khara House

I definitely try to use LinkedIn more professionally--which means I am not actually very active there. I'll update some tidbits every once in a while, and send requests for or write recommendations, but other than that unless a job position changes I don't do much.

One thing personally I've wanted to work on is creating a more solid "schedule" in terms of posting to places like Facebook, my blog, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Maybe I'll end up creating some kind of system to actually frequent LinkedIn more often, but for now, it's more of an "online resume/CV" than anything else!

Rowanwolf said...

I have a LinkedIn profile already but its for my job, which is not writing related. Do you think I should put one up just for writing as well?

Susan P said...

I have a new LinkedIn profile - but I tried to optimize it. Still getting this one off the ground. Not sure how useful it is to me at this point because most of my contacts are from my social work life. Will try and add writing contacts.

Anne Kimball said...

OK, this is one I actually don't have yet, so hopefully it won't be too challenging to start up. Off to the links now.

Happy Easter to you and your family!

Dr. Pearl Ketover Prilik (PKP) said...

Done .. My profile is here: Dr. Pearl Ketover Prilik, will try to use it more professionally and tweak it a bit if needed.

Robert Lee Brewer said...

You can optimize your LinkedIn so that it feeds in content (without you logging into LinkedIn). I feed my two blogs in using an app and have connected it to my Twitter account (grabs any Tweets that include the #in hashtag). View my full profile (as opposed to my public) to see all that.

Terri Hall said...

Lately I have been visiting my LinkedIn account more often. It has connected me with those I have not been able to find on FaceBook. I will be working on optimizing this profile.

Erika D. said...

"Done," in that I, too, already have a LinkedIn profile. But like some others here, I seem to spend less time with it than with other platforms. I'm also pretty strict about limiting connections there to people I actually know/have worked with.

AC Leming said...

already have a profile, but need to remember my damn password to get back in. I don't utilize it like I should...

Lauri Meyers said...

One thing you can do on linked in is join groups of similar professionals. I joined The writers network and authors, publishers, editors groups. You can start discussions in these groups or even create a poll. If you have a day job, you might choose to add the section "interests" and put writing there.

Sheila Good said...

I have a LinkedIn account, in fact have you as a friend already! Yea! I belong to three writing groups, but I confess haven't been super active. Would love more tips on how to interact on all of these. Happy Easter!

Lauren Miller said...

Another check off the April Platform Challenge list!

One way I try to maintain my brand is to use the same profile photo, contact email and/or username across sites. This lets people search for me easily and keeps things consistent. Although I do use a separate email for things like forums and stuff unrelated to my professional writing.

Kirk said...

I already had a LinkedIn account optimized toward my day job (engineer). Today I added a second current position: "Free-lance writer." I decided that maintaining separate accounts would be too much work, so I am going with upgrading the one.

My technical vs. writerly connections may start to blur - but I don't mind. I'd love it, actually, to establish some new connections via this community.

My LinkedIn profile: Kirk Crady

Barbara Morrison said...

I have a LinkedIn account but haven't used it much other than joining writing-related groups.

http://www.linkedin.com/in/barbaramorrison

Rowanwolf said...

Done. Used my work one, just expanded it. But the Blog Link app wont run correctly. Did you link your blog a different way? I'm using the blogger site for mine.

Elissa Field said...

Ok, done... but this was my most curmudgeonly step. I had a grudging LinkedIn account for my "day job" life, but just now set one up for my fiction self. I don't like LI for the same reason I don't like Classmates.com -- they feel so clearly like an information aggregator, and I don't like services that make me surrender so much information about myself to connect with others. I prefer controlling release of that info. Anyone else feel that way?

Mary Bauer said...

I just signed up. I will need to work on my profile after church. Thank you to those who made suggestions for use. I signed up as a teacher, but I will need to add writing as an interest.

Kiril Kundurazieff said...

My profile is here:

http://www.linkedin.com/in/kirilkundurazieff

I have an almost complete profile, belong to a few groups, and all my blog posts from both blogs are linked there as well.

I've never been able to find the time to participate in using LinkedIn much.

Maybe because I've never understood how, and haven't felt comfortable dealing with people with more professional, internet, and networking, experience, than I.

Thanks for the link to the article for writers, hopefully I can learn something.

Joe O. said...

Hi, I've completed the profile, though I've not taken advantage of groups and other features. Can anyone with a paid account tell us if it's worth the investment?

http://www.linkedin.com/in/jsorozco

Romelle Broas said...

Glad this task is easy. I'm on vacation and am hoping the rest of this week will be doable for me while I sip drinks with umbrellas in it. :o) Here's my linkedIn acct:

http://www.linkedin.com/pub/romelle-guittap/7/872/722

Romelle Broas said...

HAPPY EASTER, everyone!

John Morris Benson said...

Expansion of Exposure - "What's it all about, Alfie? Is it just for the moment we live?"
I did the LinkedIn the same time as Facebook but have been tempted to neglect my writing too. http://www.tincupnomore.com/

Pat Walsh said...

Done - my new shiny new LinkedIn profile is at:

http://www.linkedin.com/pub/patrick-walsh/4b/757/b31

... and now I have to get to church!

Happy Easter Robert, and all good things to all of my fellow Platform Builders!

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hcfbutton said...

I've already done that on LinkedIn, started in 2008 when I thought my job would expire. Since then its grown tremendously as a networking site.

Did you know LinkedIn can use your name and photo for advertising purposes? Except if you choose to "opt-out" for that.
If you don't want your name and photo to be used for advertising, you need to change your privacy settings as follows:

1. Click -in the top right hand corner of your screen, next to "Add Connections"- on your name, and then on "settings".
2. Then look for the tab called "Account" (this is the 4th tab), and click on it.
3. Under PRIVACY CONTROLS you click on "Manage Social Advertising", and then make sure the checkbox heading "LinkedIn may use my name, photo in social advertising" is empty .
4. Click on "save".

Also I've Linked my Professional Blog http://hcfitzpatrick.com (via Wordpress) to publish to LinkedIn automatically. If you manage to find groups on LinkedIn (because my professional site has to do with healthcare architecture, I joined a group like that) you can post your relevant posts in those groups, and get extra feedback that way. Its really helpful and I've gotten more followers from that than anywhere else.

Also, what can be really useful for writers is the new 'Projects' option. I've played around with it. Architecturally, it means I can place a project I've worked on, and tag my collaborators. This can work if you've collaborated with companies for articles or edited for other writers.

Never under estimate the power of recommendations. And, because I got married but my degrees are under my maiden name, I have my name slightly different on LinkedIn so my old employers can connect with me.

Follow companies (like magazines) that you might want to freelance for. Any jobs available at those companies will show up in your news feed.

And customize your LinkedIn URL: http://ca.linkedin.com/in/hcfbutton

Jen McPeek said...

I just created my LinkedIn account, and so far I'm not really liking it. It doesn't feel as personal as Twitter or Facebook, but that might be because I'm just not 'hip' to the site.

I'm here, though. http://www.linkedin.com/pub/jennifer-mcpeek/4b/75a/516

Diana said...

Once again, I already had a Linked In account, but it did need some polishing. I requested to connect with you, Robert, and if anyone on this email list wishes to connect with me, my email address is dclark @ bwglaw.net (omitting the spaces, of course).

Meena Rose said...

Here is my linked in Profile for my writing. I just created a separate to separate out the two sides of me: IT and writing...

http://www.linkedin.com/in/theofficiameenarose

Lara Schiffbauer said...

All done! That gave me anxiety, for some reason. I can't figure out how to find the link to my profile, though. Is there a trick?

Michael Grove said...

I have a Linkedin Account and Profile, but really haven't taken much time to explore it. Later today might be a good time for that.

Cate said...

I've had a LinkedIn profile for a while. It's actually been useful in my latest job search. I'm more likely to connect with someone I don't personally know on LinkedIn than on Facebook, since what I put on Facebook is definitely personal and not something I'd necessarily want displayed to potential employers.

Here's my profile link:
http://www.linkedin.com/in/catefoster

Melanie Cole said...

Done! I just started my LinkedIn account. I will admit I never would have done this if it wasn't part of the challenge. I don't really like the site. The format isn't very appealing or easy to use. But who knows?

http://www.linkedin.com/pub/melanie-cole/4b/760/335

E. B. Pike said...

Done! (As you know, since I already invited you. LOL)

E. B. Pike
Erin Brady Pike

Feel free to connect with me, fellow MNINB challengers!

E. B. Pike said...

Whoops. Here's the link:

http://www.linkedin.com/pub/erin-brady-pike/47/460/b07

Kristen said...

I've been on Linkedin for quite some time now, but it's been a ghost town. It hasn't been useful at all, so far. I hope I can still use it to make some connections, and hopefully snag some jobs!

http://www.linkedin.com/pub/kristen-haynie/35/335/b2a

Carol A Stephen said...

http://www.linkedin.com/pub/carol-a-stephen/27/a7b/5a8 My profile is under Carol A. Stephen, originally set up to link to other Credit and Collection and Accounting contacts. Since retiring, I have refocused it to include my writing skills. I had joined some poetry groups but found them a bit too active for my present situation.

Carol A. Stephen/aka Quillfyre

Ramona said...

I have a linked in profile, but I have been spending more time on my blog.

My linked in profile is:
http://www.linkedin.com/in/ramonaflightner

Kirra said...

already have linkedin but it doesn't seem to accomplish much for me. :-/

Gerry said...

Done! I already have a LinkedIn profile, but I find its format a little unwieldy, less friendly than Facebook or Twitter. I go in and tweak it now and then and try to keep my publications up to date.

The link to my public profile is
http://www.linkedin.com/pub/gerry-wilson/14/409/271

the whatnot shop said...

My LinkedIn address:
Linda G Hatton.

I haven't used it much, but looking forward to learning how to utilize it more!

Jane Newhagen said...

My LinkedIn profile is http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=47780798&trk=tab_pro

I don't use it much. I find the writers' boards very busy, but not very useful.

Elissa Field said...

I posted earlier today, saying I'd added my LinkedIn account, but with curmudgeonly reticence, feeling a certain resistance to LinkedIn. But I've now spent half the day playing with my LinkedIn accounts(I have separate accounts for my different business roles), and am glad that today's challenge prodded me to discover how to optimize LinkedIn. I'm now feeling really positive about how I can use it as another way to make connections -- right at a point that I was needing to generate new work leads for next year. So once again, thanks for the challenge.

http://www.linkedin.com/in/elissafield

sopphey said...

I had a bare-bones profile already, but decided to spruce it up a bit. I've never used LinkedIn for groups before, and I'm thinking instead of trying to find everyone individually we could all just join a #MNINB April Platform specific group. Kind of like the Poetic Asides specific group.

Dana Dampier said...

I think this is the link to access my profile! It's under my name Dana Dampier.

http://www.linkedin.com/pub/dana-dampier/36/1b2/67

Elizabeth said...

Done. All new and scary.

Elissa, I know what you mean. I want to upload my resume for potential employers, but do I want the whole world to see it?

Rhonda Parrish said...

Hmm... so, I have a limited amount of "Social Media" time so I decided a while ago to not use Google Plus or LinkedIn...

So I've not done this one, but I'd need to hear a pretty sound arguement for LinkedIn in order to convince myself it was worth the investment in time it would need to 'do it right'.

Charley said...

Never thought about using LinkedIn for networking with other writers who, like me, are learning about optimizing their social media skills. Updated my profile a bit, sent out some invites, and just for the heck of it, started a new group, called "eWriters Platform Building". Haven't a clue where that'll lead, but I'll send out invites to everyone on your next Twitter list, and hope they won't think it's spam. LOL http://www.linkedin.com/groups/eWriters-Platform-Building-4390381?gid=4390381

F.S. (Sharon) Vander Meer said...

Updated everything and asked for recommendations. Now I'm going to do some recommending.

Melanie Marttila said...

This be me:
http://ca.linkedin.com/pub/melanie-marttila/47/680/208

Lynn said...

LOL, I just saw where that AddThisButton goes! Oh boy, I need help.
I'm linked in now too and I think with all these things, I'm going to be quite dangerous.
http://www.linkedin.com/pub/lynn-obermoeller/4b/771/266
I'll eventually fill in all these profiles. It took me most of the afternoon just setting them up. I still can't figure out how to Tweet, however I added everyone on your list.

Rachel Z Cornell, The ProNagger said...

OH NOOOO….Another SM thing I have to attend to? I’m doing it but I’m grumbling while I work.

Laura Diane said...

I had a LinkedIn profile alreay, but it was geared around my role a a nurse so I went in and made it more writer-friendly because that is what I want to move forward with as a career. So, Day 8 challenge done. For some reason I'm rather resistant (as it seems are many others) to LinkedIn but I feel it is where a large part of my target audience may stumble on me accidentally. Who knows?

Misky said...

Done.

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bolton carley said...

Mission accomplished. Hadn't done this prior simply because I have a hard enough time keeping up with fb and twitter. Just feel like it's a more serious business situation, but I'm willing to try it. You're the expert, Robert!

Marcia G. said...

Have had a LinkedIn profile for awhile. Rarely use it, but i do get notices from others' updates. I'll look it over to see how I can use it more ...

nicole said...

Hey Nicole here. Done, linked in all setup.
Until tomorrow.

De said...

I was afraid this was coming next. I have gotten invites, but always just ignored them.
I now have an account, here:

http://www.linkedin.com/pub/de-jackson/4b/777/569

Thanks. I think. I'm scared of new inboxes, as I already have too many. ;)
Hoping everything's connected to my email, so it all comes there, and doesn't have to be checked separately.

Anyway, yep. DONE.

Nicole said...

Nicole's linkedin:
http://www.linkedin.com/pub/nicole-hamilton/4b/776/b33

Brandi Amara Skyy said...

Done! My linkedIn is definitely my "professional" site. Here's my link:

http://www.linkedin.com/in/brandiamaraskyy

Stephanie Puckett said...

Done! http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=112421042&trk=tab_pro

Meg Miller said...

I've had a LinkedIn profile for a few years for my job. I did update my photo for this assignment. Here is my "professional" site.
http://www.linkedin.com/pub/meg-miller/3/36b/96

Beth Stilborn said...

I had been hoping this would be one of the early assignments, as I have been wanting to get into LinkedIn, but wanted some guidance in the best use of it while I am a pre-published writer.

I'm looking forward to learning more ways to optimize these social media opportunities as the challenge progresses.

I'm now on LinkedIn as Beth Stilborn at http://www.linkedin.com/pub/beth-stilborn/4b/778/878

JRWoodward said...

Done!http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=178079457&trk=tab_pro

Jo Ann J. A. Jordan said...

Done!

Sierra Steele said...

Ddddone! Though I have yet to really use it. It just kind of sits there...

Joy Weese Moll said...

I had a linked in account but hadn't updated in a while.
Here I am: Joy Weese Moll

Ivy said...

I have been on LinkedIn for awhile, but I haven't done much with it. A few weirdos found me and it kind of turned me off. :/

Rebecca Barray said...

Done. ;)

This was the first one I had to do, and, honestly, it doesn't seem like it will be that helpful. But I hope it proves me wrong. :)

Cameron said...

I generally use LinkedIn more for the "day job" but it's there, nevertheless. Still, not too much on the writing there. Honestly, not the direction I expect my writing opportunities to come. The LinkedIn side of the world is "air cover" to the ground battles I'll fight on the page.

Lori Degman said...

I love the platform challenge - thanks so much for doing it! I just connected with you on linkedin.

Connie L. Peters said...

Done

Louise Behiel said...

this challenge is great fun. thanks for leading it and directing us. I do have a profile on LinkedIn, but because I do not make a living from my writing yet, I use this profile for professional contacts and connections. I use twitter and FB for writing and those connections.

Justadreamer119 said...

Thanks for this challenge it gave me an excuse to update my LinkedIn profile. I am on Facebook and Twitter constantly, but I haven't used my LinkedIn account recently.

Kyle Robinson said...

http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=163715403&trk=tab_pro

That's my linked in profile, I don't know much about the Linked In side of the social Media side. If you want to add me as a connection please feel free to do so.

Joanna said...

Already on linkedin as Joanna Marple... I have been active in a few groups and find it helpful.

Paul Ellis said...

Already on LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/pub/paul-ellis/a/692/188

Amanda Socci said...

To those April Platform challenge participants who say they ignore LinkedIn invites - - please don't. LinkedIn is incredibly professional and supportive.

You do not know the full power or reach of LinkedIn until you've given it a chance. Unlike Twitter or Facebook, you do not post status updates every day.

However, you should be truthful with your employment record and seek recommendations from employers.

If you have recommendations on your LinkedIn profile, your profile appears at the top of search engines quicker. It works.

I created my profile years ago and update it occasionally.

http://www.linkedin.com/in/amandasocci

Diane said...

I did this a while back. I like your tips. I have some recommendations to begin to seek out.
Thanks

beatrix said...

done

Gail at Gail-Friends said...

http://www.linkedin.com/pub/gail-golden/4b/7b2/160

Julia said...

I created an account, but will have to work on it more after work. If I leave it as is, it would be geared around my current job, which is NOT what I'm looking for! LOL

Mary said...

I created LinkedIn before I'd even heard of Facebook or Twitter - back in the myspace days. I don't use it often, so can't leave any tips.

Jennifer said...

A co-author had me join LinkedIn, but I had never completed my profile. Thanks for the push. This challenge has really gotten me to do things I had been procrastinating on for months.

Donna said...

okay, done, again. :-)

Andrew Kreider said...

Done! Now I can see the challenge is going to be to link all these social media accounts together...

Sarah Negovetich said...

Hmmmm...like most I rarely use my LinkedIn account and I only have professional friends on there. But I'm willing to give anything a try. My biggest concern with all of this is "spamming" my non-writer friends with writerly stuff so much that they un-friend me.

Mary said...

I've been on LinkedIn awhile. Don't feel as "professional" as those I see there--lawyer, marketing consultant, etc. Or maybe it's that I don't feel actively professional since I'm stuck with my writing.

http://www.linkedin.com/pub/mary-pfeiffer/1a/1a6/b99
How are you able to shorten your address to skip the numbers?

Joe Lalonde said...

That's been done for quite some time. Here is mine - http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=74833574&trk=tab_pro

I try to use LinkedIn to connect with my professional network, both blogging and current profession.

Jane Newhagen said...

Happy day! I did this yesterday. Off to blog.

Brooke Ryter said...

Done!

Kathy Sterndahl said...

I already had it , but I filled it out better.

Gail Kushner said...

Done. I just created a LinkedIn account, but I can't figure out how to log out of it. I don't like to keep these sites open while I work because they slow down my computer. Is there a button to "log out?"

As for Twitter, I created my account yesterday and two people signed up to follow me. I looked at their profiles today and they are both from x-rated sites. Oh boy! :)

Michelle said...

I have my blog & Twitter posts connected to LinkedIn so that whenever I write new posts, they automatically show-up on LinkedIn. If you can link things, it helps to manage them, instead of having to manually post every time. Here's my LinkedIn profile:

www.linkedin.com/in/michellereynoso

Evelyn said...

I am a day behind, but my Linkedin account is up. Writers can post their PUBLICATIONS, which I think is great.

Claudine Jaboro said...

Done! I like LinkedIn because I feel a professional presence on there. I connect with more people I have worked with in the past and leave Facebook for friends & family.

imunuri said...

Done.

Kasie Whitener said...

Done.
It's for my alter ego, the Business Analyst, but I've been linking my blog posts to it. So I guess it counts ;-)

Marc Scott said...

Ugh! I just closed my LinkedIn account because I simply could not find (um, make) the time to utilize it. I kind of agree with Khara's perspective on it.

Kendra Merritt said...

Done

Sarah said...

OK - I've just updated it a bit; had it for ages. Only use it for current work - once had all background and experience but deleted it.

Here is the URL: http://www.linkedin.com/profile/edit?trk=hb_tab_pro_top

How on EARTH does someone find me with a 'name' like that??? What do you do to get your name in the URL???

And by the way, Robert: a million thanks for offering this awesome challenge. Just the nudge I've been needing.

Mona Hill said...

Wow, one I've already done. http://www.linkedin.com/in/monahill

Beth (Elizabeth) LaMie said...

Done! Loving the challenge.

Cerece Rennie Murphy said...

Done, but I made a mess. Tried to connect with you on linkedin, filled out something wrong and then it said I was a writer at Writer's Digest. VERY sorry about this. I deleted the position on my profile, but...

I have to be honest that I am feeling a little overwhelmed with all this connecting...

Cerece Rennie Murphy formerly LittleWing

Muddy said...

Ok, LinkedIn is done! Better late than never! I do feel a little silly about this because I have no skills related to my new writing/blogging endeavors, and I have no job! But it's done...maybe a good foundation for the future?

I'm at http://www.linkedin.com/pub/muddy-kinzer/4b/882/4ab

Jennifer said...

I haven't been in the workforce in a decade and am extremely reluctant to be on LinkedIn - I feel like it would do me more harm than good. I'm sticking a "still thinking about it" pin in this one for now

Blyth McManus said...

Actually, I had this one already - so I updated it and added "freelance writer."

I welcome connections!

http://www.linkedin.com/in/blythmcmanus

Janann Giles said...

Done

Claudia Karabaic Sargentc said...

I've had one for awhile~
Here ya go:
http://www.linkedin.com/in/cksargent

Evelyn said...

I already have a LinkedIn profile, but I don't find it particularly useful except for the groups I belong to on it--SCBWI and Children's Publishing.

Donna said...

Done.

J. B. Everett said...

Ironically, I deleted mine when I shuttered my consulting business because I kept getting pelted with RFP's. But I've rebuilt it.

Sabrina said...

Thanks! I needed to update my Linkedin profile!

Susan Craig said...

Done.

Fred Shrum, III said...

http://www.linkedin.com/in/fredshrum

93 Connections and counting!

Cecilia Gunther said...

YUP, i have linked in it is a good tool.. but so far i am under utilising it so I shall work on that! Good thoughts, thank you. c

Pamela Toler said...

I'm here:

http://www.linkedin.com/in/pamelatoler

There are still some things i want to do to make my profile more completed.

Sheila Deeth said...

Still struggling with the whole professional personal thing--just wishing the writing could be my profession.

http://www.linkedin.com/pub/sheila-deeth/17/21b/3b9

R. Kojetin said...

I had a linkedin profile, but it has a dual purpose right now: high school teacher and writer.

http://www.linkedin.com/pub/rebecca-kojetin/19/364/179

Norma Shephard said...

LinkedIn has been good to me, but I confess me profile needed some spiffing up. Without this challenge, I might never have gotten around to it. Now I am nagging every writer I know to update their profiles.

Marian O'Brien Paul said...

Okay, am now "linkedin."
http://www.linkedin.com/pub/marian-o-brien-paul/4b/a8a/279

GoingVeggie said...

I have been avoiding Linked-In because I used to use it in the corporate world and it was helpful, albeit time-consuming.

Seems like I'm not alone in wanting to have two different profiles. I created two - one for my strictly food-blogger, vegetarian persona and the other for personal. Thanks for the push, Robert.

allysonjohnson said...

Done - I was already on LinkedIn

Dianne said...

done! I was already on it. :-)

Penny said...

Already have one.

Sarah Mäkelä said...

I'll think about signing up for LinkedIn. The social networking sites I have already are a bit of a juggling process, and I can't see LinkedIn would really benefit me.

Kerry said...

Finally done. This is my
my LinkedIn profile
I will return the link to anyone who links to me.

Kerry said...

I'm playing catch-up right now. We moved and I've been without internet for a week. Here is my LinkedIn profile http://au.linkedin.com/pub/kerry-tickle/29/886/2b4

I've had it for a while, but haven't used it much.

Denise Stanley said...

Done.
I've also had a profile but hadn't completed it before today.

http://www.linkedin.com/pub/denise-stanley/2b/1b7/59

Denise Stanley said...

Done.
I've also had a profile but hadn't completed it before today.

http://www.linkedin.com/pub/denise-stanley/2b/1b7/59

lisahelene said...

http://www.linkedin.com/in/lisahelene

done. ok, actually that had already been done but now I'm sharing.

Rena J. Traxel said...

Done. I already had LinkedIn account but didn't complete my profile until now. Thanks for the push to get it done.

Monica Miller said...

LinkedIn account opened!
http://www.linkedin.com/pub/monica-miller/5b/136/779

That hurt just a little bit, Robert. But thank you for mercilessly and mercifully challenging us for our own good.

Pennie De Witt said...

Did it!