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This video walks through a LinkedIn Profile, from top to bottom, to show you where you can make it better and how you can improve your credibility. Click to watch and gain insights into how your profile can work harder for you. Even Rachel has to make some tweaks to her profile as you watch the video! Get a free worksheet! To take the improvements even further, you can download a free LinkedIn worksheet which gives you guidance on how to optimize your LinkedIn presence and build your strategy.

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Whether to find potential customers or to further career development, using LinkedIn’s variety of networking tools can benefit anyone who knows how to use them.

**Due to the Broncos Super Bowl Parade now taking place on Feb. 9, this event has been rescheduled to Tuesday, Feb. 16** Join Social Media 101’s follow-up to our free LinkedIn 101 event with this intensive, hands-on workshop to make your LinkedIn all that it can be. To help celebrate the Broncos’ Super Bowl 50 victory, registration has been reduced to only $25 per person! Presenters Aimee Skillin of Social Media Languages and Rachel Moore of Really Social, along with other experts in the Colorado Women of Social Media group, will guide the workshop and provide best practices and practical assistance to attendees. Bring your laptops and your LinkedIn profile for expert guidance, focus, and consulting to bring your profile up to speed and maximum success.

Come out of hiding and come into the light of LinkedIn in this helpful Laugh & Learn session

Free LinkedIn 101 Presentation presented by Social Media 101, brought to you by Colorado Women in Social Media‘s Aimee Skillin & Rachel Moore.   Haven’t taken the leap into LinkedIn? Now is your chance! Join us for a FREE presentation of LinkedIn 101 for an overview of the basics and best practices of how to use LinkedIn for your goals. Need a new job? Looking to expand your network? How about publishing your own blogs on the top professional-use social media site? One hour of LinkedIn 101 will give you what you need to start with success. Bring your questions and be ready to leave with the tools you need to tackle the world with a stellar LinkedIn profile. For more information about Social Media 101, please visit our Facebook Group!

Nine out of 10 millennials I meet either aren’t on LinkedIn or aren’t on LinkedIn (they’re on but they don’t use it). Aren’t millennials all about social media? Not so much. If they are, they’re looking to be approached. Based on Social Media Week’s post on marketing to millennials, youngsters dig brands and want to see authenticity. Why not LinkedIn? For those of us who frequent LinkedIn, we can vouch for the marketing which takes place in the News Feed, Groups, Company Pages, Showcase Pages, and so on. The big miss for millennials is not realizing the networking power of LinkedIn to land their next gig. Said gig would then fund the same millennials with wages for which they could be free to succumb to marketing. And so the circle of life continues… Why Millennials Need LinkedIn Your dorm buddy can’t hire you – yet. Once you leave your campus with your […]

In a realm where marketing job titles now sport terms like “community” and “relationship,” does it not make perfect sense to provide for companies to get touchy-feely?