@lorimiller is the SPN member of the day. Who should we pick for tomorrow and so forth? Always feel free to suggest SPN members to highlight. We all want to work together to help build the right people up.
I hope you all have a great weekend and happy new year!
- One great way to get views from #SPN is contributing blog articles. @andyvargo has one coming out tomorrow to join @irabowman @doylebuehler @henrylandau @b2the7 @john @craigwasilchak on the home page. 🙂 You probably should leave comments on their articles if you don’t want to submit articles too. A lot of people are starting to see these…
@craig @craigwasilchak @juanblanco76 @andyvargo @taschahalliburton @kylecrooke
@leonardgoffe @kennedy657 @trybean @irabowman @jamesmarvin @erinkurasz @chantel @ideas @chicagoyoga @bettykempa @jared-j-wiese @tedladzinski @henrylandau @bonniedavid ….
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You are doing great job for SPN
@Henrylandau shares \\\”Why Personality Trumps Experience While Hiring\\\”:https://www.serviceprofessionalsnetwork.com/why-personality-trumps-experience-while-hiring/
This site is meant to help us all get more views on our LinkedIn articles without breaking the terms and conditions of that site. We are not gaming their algorithms or making marketing pods, which are things that they recently updated into their T&C.
You’re allowed to share your LinkedIn articles anywhere you want. The terms and conditions of…[Read more]
@andyvargo @rowand @troy @dano @danielle @nisa @mandy @amandarominger @garypayne @jared-j-wiese @estherwang @ambenjamin @eriknextlevel @kennedy657 @gwdistillery @paliano don’t be afraid to tag people and ask for helping getting views on other platforms. If you include a good introduction (call to action) that uses keyword you want to compete with…[Read more]
There is always seems to be a lot of fear-mongering out there – links are links, it doesn’t matter where they come from. If you have a story to tell, that will help inform or educate your audience, then yes, post it here for all to see. If others find it compelling, then they will click on it.
As well, a ‘pod’ also usually means that people concentrate on getting their posts with likes and comments in a very short time period – i.e. within a couple of hours. The links here are to view whenever you feel the need to click. So have fun, and get some cool stuff in your brain from the many SPN folks who are doing some awesome things!
Exactly. Well within the rules and drama free, @doylebuehler. 🙂 Well said.
Hey guys, have you got a link to their updated terms? Specifically, the parts where they mention this stuff? Many thanks! #KeepRockingSPN
Can always rely on you to be on top of your LinkedIn game! 😎👏😎 Thanks for making life easier! :)))
@samhurley it was explained to me that point q…. gaming algorithms means doing things to affect how your post shows up on LinkedIn including engaging in marketing pods or excessive tagging. I hear a lot of rumors from a lot of interesting people. I have basically been told by more than a few people that is why they are restricting tagging and…[Read more]
Great reminder, Mike!! Thanks, brother 🙂
✨Amazing Recognition of one of our Members Suprabhat Dasby✨ on LinkedIn. 🔹”In it to support women in technology”🔹 Congratulations for a job well done. Let’s go show him our SPN Support through your likes and Comments.😁👍
Wow. Thank you very much for sharing it with SPN Family Members. It is really a pleasure and honor for me, @craigwasilchak .
Hope to bring a change in the society by taking small steps and support from all our members.
Let’s make SPN large and spread it wide! 🙂
✨@suprabhatdas you are changing the world for the better✨ Yes! Members like you, will make SPN large and spread it wide! 🙂
SPN is definitely off to a great start!! With Mike O’Connor being listed and one of the most influential people on LinkedIn and now Suprabhat Das winning this award, we are gaining traction. I forecast a bright future ahead for the Service Professionals Network!!! And Congratulation Suprabhat!
@suprabhatdas, congrats on the accomplishment! Keep up the good work!
Well, I for one am very impressed. I also think we should learn more about your charity and an article on it. I’ll make sure to visit the LinkedIn post a couple times too! Keep up the good work!
Thank you very much, Mike. It is really a pleasure and honor for me. I will surely create an article about my voluntary services and keep you updated on the same.
I am really enjoying my stay in SPN and the family members are really awesome here, specializing in their respective domain. 🙏
@suprabhatdas is just great. Among all the activities he is involved with, he is the Group Manager of my ‘Electronic, Electrical and Electromechanical Repair and Maintenance’ Group in LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/groups/12149133/). I’m sure you will enjoy the technical articles he shares in the Group, even if you are not related to the R&M.
Excellent! Well deserved!
💥Please do me a favor and go like this article by my friend Ochuko💥
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