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The business platform LinkedIn positively has over 600 million active members and is owned by Microsoft. Hence, a revolution in business life is on the horizon and represents an innovative innovation for open-minded people.

LinkedIn describes itself as a “knowledge network for decision-makers”. Above all, leading specialists, successful managers and recognised experts should network here. Consequently, those who do not appear on LinkedIn today are not present and seems ignorant of the modern world. Moreover, the business world forgives only very few people the ignorance not to be present on this channel (i.e. members of the highest nobility).

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LinkedIn is more focused on business than competitor Xing on mediation by other members. Also, you can send requests to any member or get introduced through a common contact to expand your network.

This recommendation system sees LinkedIn as an advantage over the competition because it makes the connection more serious. This rule is essential for jobs and businesses. Compelling: It is possible to rate members with whom you are networked – for example, someone is a good boss. Hence, this rating is then displayed as a kind of approval on the contact’s profile page.

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As soon as possible! Especially during your studies, apprenticeship or internship, you should ask as many colleagues as possible for a connection. All these people will end up in other inspiring companies in the next few years. SeventyOne, for example, has experienced that you will know and be able to write to people at all kinds of companies in your industry at some point in the future. Besides, you can integrate LinkedIn directly into the Microsoft Outlook application, so you always have the current contact data instead of a contact graveyard to drag before you.

Hence, check your requests and news regularly. Moreover, mark messages you like because other people will honour them if you share something.

In the beginning, LinkedIn seems similar to recording a contact somewhere else. Over time, however, new constellations arise when former colleagues suddenly switch to other companies. You probably find yourself on a particular career ladder and can, therefore, sometimes fall back on former colleagues.

For example, this circumstance can be the case if you want to change your job and a former colleague is already working for this company. Hence, we have been active for many years, and while we were all simple employees at the time, our colleague list now includes numerous CEOs, COOs and other C-Levels.

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