THE CONNECTED LAWYER

What's Your LinkedIn Type?

, The National Law Journal

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There are seven levels of LinkedIn users. See if you can identify your type.

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    Thanks for the comment, I agree, it is a no-brainer to check out potential clients on LinkedIn before meeting them.

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    oh, the great feeling I had when I hit 500 connections! LinkedIn review before every business meeting is a great idea. If you want to make a great connection with a potential client, just looking at their profile but several minutes is enough to help you in that meeting

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