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BlueSteps recently hosted the #ExecCareer Chat: Effective Executive Networking on LinkedIn, featuring Barbara Safani and Patti Wilson from BlueSteps Executive Career Services.
 
Some of the questions asked included:

  • What are some effective ways to introduce myself to a new connection on LinkedIn?
  • How often do I need to post on LinkedIn to stay visible to my network?
  • What are some innovative networking strategies you’ve used on LinkedIn?
  • Is it beneficial to add new connections on LinkedIn even if I’ve never met or worked with them?
  • Do you have any useful tips for networking in LinkedIn groups?

If you missed it, catch up on all the excellent advice that was given in the Storify transcript below.

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