42 Rules for 24-Hour Success on LinkedIn
Author: Chris Muccio
Author: David Burns
Author: Peggy Murrah
Age Group: Age 18+
Table of Contents
Rule # 3 - Get LinkedIn or Get Left Out?
Rule # 8 - Communicate Constantly Without Being Annoying
Rule # 14 - Find and Be Found
Rule # 28 – Make Recommendations
Rule # 39 – Separate Professional from Personal
Do you know how to use LinkedIn to achieve your business goals? There are millions of registered users
on LinkedIn. Relatively few of them seem to have any real understanding of how to effectively use
LinkedIn. With registered users on LinkedIn projected to grow to 70 million by the end of 2009, business
professionals are searching for ways to leverage this new communication medium. Although Social
Networking is exploding, there are very few resources that teach what users are craving – solutions to
increase their desired business success.
'42 Rules of 24-Hour Success on LinkedIn' is a user-friendly guidebook designed to help you leverage the
power of LinkedIn to build visibility, make connections and support your brand. There is a theory that
everyone in the world is connected by no more than 6 people. You know who you are, but who else in
this socially-networked world knows you?
This book will will help you:
Create a clear understanding of why you are using LinkedIn.
Learn how LinkedIn offers opportunities for the Job Seeker, the Sales Person, and everyone in between.
Leverage the most effective ways to communicate your brand and your value.
Use efficient strategies to build a high-quality network of connections.
Demonstrate your expertise using the most powerful tools that LinkedIn offers
Chris Muccio is an award-winning entrepreneur who draws upon insightful experiences from
his successful career in Corporate America to guide business leaders on the most effective
strategies to uncover profit and growth opportunities resulting in rapid and sustainable
improvements within their business. His insight on Social Networking is highly sought after.
David Burns has been the founder of three companies, two of which were in the telecommunications
industry. In these endeavors, he was instrumental in raising over $15 million in private equity as well as
raising senior debt and working capital revolvers. David started his career with Ernst and Young, LLP
where he worked on audits of both public and private companies.<br/>
Peggy Murrah is the owner of a highly successful web design and virtual assistance
business, providing her clients with resources to succeed in the online world of business.
Through her ongoing networking, she created strong business relationships with
entrepreneurs across diverse industries, and facilitated many mutually beneficial
connections among them.