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Introducing the New LinkedIn User Interface [UI Makeover]

Are you feeling overwhelmed with the new LinkedIn user interface (UI)? You may be trying to figure out how to do or access some of the things you are used to on LinkedIn. In this article, I will outline the changes to the new UI so you can become accustomed to what’s changed, what’s lost and what’s still available. While it certainly looks like we lost more than we gained with LinkedIn’s UI makeover, there is still plenty of functionality to help professionals, sales people and marketers to find, connect and build relationships with their ideal clients. If you are comfortable with the user interface and are looking for help to modify or update your lead generation or social selling strategy, keep checking back as I will be covering this soon in a future article. Below you will find my complete breakdown of the new LinkedIn user interface. What’s Changed with LinkedIn’s New User Interface (UI) Home Page While the new home page contains many of the same elements, it has a clean, new (almost Facebook) look. The look of both free and paid accounts is similar with the only difference being the Premium identification at the top of the […]

Why I Don’t Connect With LIONs On LinkedIn

Are you familiar with the term LION on LinkedIn? Or maybe you’re wondering whether you should connect with LIONs or even perhaps if you should become one yourself? I often have people asking me these same questions and I want to share with you today, what I tell them. What is a LinkedIn Open Networker? So what is a LION? A LION is defined as a LinkedIn Open Networker. Basically a LION is someone who will accept a connection request from everyone and anyone who sends them one. Typically There Are 3 Types Of People Using LinkedIn The first type of people are LIONs those who will connect with anyone. The second type are people who will only accept connection requests from people they know (in real life). The third type are the people that fall somewhere in between these two extremes. I personally lean towards the middle. Benefits Of Having A Large LinkedIn Network When I first started using LinkedIn I realized the importance of growing a network. The reason that this is so important on LinkedIn is because if someone is using LinkedIn’s advanced search to find a person or business that does what you do and you don’t show up […]