Top LinkedIn Plugins For Your Blog

I am glad to have been accepted and published on Bryce Christiansen’s BalancedWorkLife.com. It has been a pleasure to know Bryce and get acquainted with him and his excellent articles. Do read a summary of my article below.

LinkedIn has been the most ignored and neglected social networking tool for a while, but one has to realize that LinkedIn is the only network for Professionals and JobSeekers. It acts as an online resume for a professional to make himself known to all the IT recruiters around the world.When you create a blog and turn your attention to promote your website using social media, you install the FaceBook Share button or Twitter follow icon, similary LinkedIn has several such plugins available for you to make the complete advantage of this unique network. Continue to Read the Entire Article –>

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Praveen Rajarao is an Entrepreneur and in his spare time blogs on his website –http://www.dailymorningcoffee.com and http://www.pbgeeks.com. His topics range from blogging to technology to affiliate programs and making money online and how-to guides. Daily Morning Coffee is also accepting Guest Posts from Professional Bloggers at this time, take a look at “Write For DMC” page for more details on the same.

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7 comments

  1. I’m not a huge fan of LinkedIn to be quite honest, but I do know of people who were looking for a few good plugins so I will recommend this post for them to read. =)

    Both you and Bryce are great – I love each of the posts on both logs. =]

    1. Gabriella – Welcome back to my blog, and thanks for leaving a comment. I would be grateful to you if you refer my article to your known circles, that would be an honor for me. 
      Thanks once again for the nice comment.
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