If you haven’t noticed, LinkedIn recently increased its character limits (which includes spaces, numbers, emojis, and letters) in regular timeline updates, from 1,300 to 3,000
Dreams have been dashed, careers lost and fear continues to rise. The longer it goes on, the harder it will be.
If you haven’t noticed – and there’s a chance you won’t if you haven’t put images and links in your About section on LinkedIn before – but a short while back, the visual content that originally existed as part of your About section, is now broken out into a new section, called Featured.
This article aims to help contribute to the collective conversation in meaningful ways, and demonstrate how to serve your audience and solidify your social leadership for this time.
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Can we please have an honest conversation about the tips for LinkedIn marketing coming our way, and more broadly, social media?
The number one challenge I deal with every time I talk to people about defining their voice for social media, or taking to the stage to share their message, or any work that will boost them into the stratosphere – where they so clearly deserve (and need) to be – is that they do not
One of the initiatives of the Asia Content Marketing Association (ACMA), is an exclusive event series called ACMA Content Conversations Select (Select). Select is a peer-to-peer discussion, focussed on current themes and challenges around online content marketing, and we discuss how to help each other overcome challenges and embrace the opportunity content marketing delivers. Only
I was tagged on LinkedIn by the president of the International Coaching Federation (ICF) Singapore, Han Sam Lai (Sam) after speaking at the recent ICF Singapore Business Forum 2018. In my speech/workshop, I did a one-minute meditation and Sam selected the question: “What gives me energy? What feeds my spirit?” (All questions included at the