“LinkedIn makes it easy for me to stay current with business developments and decision-makers in these markets, so we can keep on top of trends and reach out to the right people to form strategic partnerships, or tweak our strategies.”
“It is another valuable tool for maintaining a competitive edge in a global marketplace.”
“So, if someone wants to meet with me, apply for a job, pitch me their product or service, or get on a call to explore a business collaboration, I will look them up on LinkedIn to determine whether or not the person is actually worth spending my time on.”
“I can quickly find out enough about them to determine whether the person is relevant to my business needs or whether they would be a good contact for me.”
“LinkedIn makes it very easy to check people out before you commit your time to them and end up regretting it.”
LinkedIn now has over 600 million global users on the site, with 92% of fortune 500 companies.
So, it’s safe to say that if you’re in business, you should be on LinkedIn.
If you’re not using LinkedIn to its potential as a business driver, maybe some of the ways these five experts are using it will inspire to rethink your approach?