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  • http://www.curchew.com Genelle Heim

    Hi Jeff – great post! Always enjoy your blog. I published my 2nd post today called “Why Executives should make social media the last thing on their list” http://chew.li/1td4iBH. So far it is getting less traction than my previous post which had a more controversial headline about 20-somethings. It does take a lot of courage, but someone once said “everything you want is just outside of your comfort zone” so I’m going for it.

    • http://jeffbullas.com Jeff Bullas

      Love the title and just popped over and gave it a “Twitter nudge” to my followers. :)

  • morgan

    Fantastic Jeff. Thanks so much for the tips and especially appreciated that link to the early application process. I used it right away.

  • http://ecommercecosmos.com/ Luiz Centenaro

    Thanks Jeff, I just applied hopefully I hear back soon. I always love reading your content.

  • http://www.nessgraphica.com/ Alexander von Ness

    Hi Jeff, great article. To be honest I had no idea that such a simple thing as publishing a post would be this exciting and frightening at the same time.
    Yesterday I have published my first post (http://goo.gl/rWlO8G) and now I’m waiting for the results.
    There really is no platform out there that has such an impact on business as LinkedIn does and now, by just this one post I see how ridiculous it is to even compare and to use LinkedIn in the same sentence with all other social media platforms.

  • http://jeffbullas.com Jeff Bullas

    Hi Vee It doesn’t have to be an original piece. Just a good post. :)

  • Amanda Morgan

    Thank you for this article Jeff. I recently started working for a company that uses LinkedIn as their primary social networking platform and this gave me a lot of great ideas. I have applied and I’m looking forward to having the publishing ability!

  • http://www.friv2gaming.com/ Friv 2

    thank you for bringing such useful information to everyone and I want much more, thanks

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  • Andy Detweiler

    Hey Jeff,

    Thanks for the tip.

    In your opinion, is it more important for the commentary to be coming from the brand itself or the individual (assuming you had to pick one). Obviously, in an ideal world, it would be both. But what if you work for a small company with a handful of employees? Is it too risky sometimes in that the audience might confuse your thoughts for the company’s thoughts, even when they might not always be in complete synch?

    If this doesn’t make sense, let me know. Cause I’m not really sure I’m phrasing this correctly.

  • http://canadiansinternet.com/ Canadians Internet Business

    I’m still waiting but I can’t wait to give it a whirl. Thanks for the guide, you did a fab job.

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  • http://www.webmarcom.net/ Jody Raines

    Jeff, out of curiousity, if you publish an article from your blog on Linked in, are you then setting yourself up for a duplicate content issue? Which would be the preferred version? Could this actually wind up hurting your blog?

    • http://jeffbullas.com Jeff Bullas

      Good question. I tend to publish a few days to a week later on LinkedIn. As my blog is crawled by Google every few minutes the duplicate issue is more LinkedIn’s issue than mine.
      I had it first!
      I would be interested though in an SEO experts opinion on the question.