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Your goal should be to have at least 200 connections. If you’re thinking, “200?! How can I get that many?” never fear. We’re here to help.
First, if you haven’t already, add your personal contacts. LinkedIn makes it easy to upload contacts from your email address books. Also, check out the “People You May Know” section where you can easily ask Read More
Not only is it ubiquitous (which I know because my technology-adverse mother, who’s never heard of Facebook, is on LinkedIn), it’s also the best tool for keeping in touch with (and keep tabs on) your professional network.
But LinkedIn can be hard to navigate, and even if you’ve managed to set up a profile, you may not be using it as effectively as you could. Read More
But what if you’re already doing this and you’re really looking to expand your network? How do you start engaging with and cultivating new relationships?
This month’s post will address interacting with (yikes – scary!) strangers. Read More
Why Connections Matter
Professional networks are always helpful, but in a competitive, relationship-based industry like law, your contacts can mean the difference between getting an interview and being passed over.
Internal recruiters see hundreds of resumes in response to job postings and ones that come from referrals are much more likely to get hired. Read More