Despite the fact that Gossip Girl (spoiler alert-- aka Dan Humphrey who we all hated by the end of the show anyways) temporarily ruined many people’s lives, Gen Z has always craved some sort of Gossip Girl in our own lives.
The most exciting thing about turning 13 for me was I could finally get a Facebook.
The point: LinkedIn is catching on like wildfire! (not a Game of Thrones reference either!)
I'll admit, I've been a big time skeptic. There’s a conversation going around that cold calling is dead, and I just couldn’t bring myself to believe it.
I mean, what happened to being “held to the flames”? My first sales job I was on the floor making cold calls and closing big contracts within a few weeks.
Jump to 2003 where you have Chris Messina, a social technology expert, who asked his following how they would feel about using the pound sign to keep track of conversations on Twitter.
That’s because LinkedIn just released its newest update by allowing users to directly upload video to their newsfeed. So, if there’s a surplus of exclamation marks on this blog, just know that I’ve been waiting for this for a while now.
We see LinkedIn not as a meaningful way in which to recruit future employees, but more so as a way in which our clients can build their databases.