The lead story today is LinkedIn has cut back drastically on unwanted spam emails plus they are streamlining other message alerts like new connections and group updates. On Facebook, you will be able to select which friends you see more or less from in your news feed and get suggestions on Pages to Like based on your interests. YouTube rolls out vertical videos for mobile and Instagram offers higher resolution photos plus HootSuite has now integrated Instagram into their service option.
This may seem like an unusual title for The LinkedIn Lady Show, but you will be amazed by Nicolette Balija, an olive grower in Istria, Croatia, is using social media and social marketing to educate people around the world.
No one is a bigger fan of technology and social media than I am and The LinkedIn Lady Show consistently delivers news on the latest trends, tools, and tips on how to take advantage – whether for your business, your personal network, or fun! However, technology, used at the wrong time and in the wrong place can have severe consequences. But my guests today know there are so many other things that impact safe driving and without the benefit of experience, teens are at higher risk for accidents.
If you are a regular listener you already know Ken Herron and I do our best to keep you on top of trends, new tools and applications, and marketing tips – all for the purpose of helping you take advantage of digital technologies and social media to grow your business. Today is no exception, but our hottest topic today is a real life scare one of my friends experienced yesterday when his LinkedIn profile was hacked. Imagine if you lost control of your profile and had no way to let your connections know or even be able to communicate with LinkedIn.
It was almost a year ago that I met John Harmata at the APSS Conference in Philadelphia. His wit, wisdom, and personal journey as an entrepreneur and author inspired me and I know will inspire you today on The LinkedIn Lady Show. John Harmata, a.k.a. Mr. Edge, was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois. Working part-time had allowed him to pay his way through college where he earned a degree and certification as an X-ray technologist.
It’s Wednesday and of course Ken Herron and I have an amazing show lined up for you. If you haven’t caught live-stream video fever, then today’s news will do the trick. Underdog Meerkat made a giant leap ahead of Periscope this week with the announcement of its new relationship with Facebook’s social graph. Plus a neat feature to allow your viewers to ask questions live by giving them the ‘mike’ for up to 60 seconds.