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LinkedIn For Dummies, 3rd Edition by Joel Elad

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Chapter 9

Keeping Track of Your LinkedIn Activities

In This Chapter

arrow Using LinkedIn as your command console

arrow Reading your network updates

arrow Understanding your Inbox

arrow Tracking InMail and introductions

arrow Tracking sent and received invitations

I talk a lot about the different functions available on LinkedIn for you to use, and hopefully you've started to set aside some time on a regular basis to keep track of various tasks as you build up your profile and network. Because of the growing number of functions available on LinkedIn, you should take a look around the site to see how you can manage this new set of tasks most effectively.

In this chapter, I detail the different ways you can access the LinkedIn functions as well as how you can keep track of incoming mail, invitations, and other messages that require your input or approval. I discuss the functions that you can access from the top navigation bar on the LinkedIn home page. I also discuss the LinkedIn Inbox, where all your messages, invitations, ...

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