Top 3 Reasons to Use Linkedin more than Twitter or Facebook #socialtoolkit

Joining the toolkit this week is Dave Kerpen, the founder and CEO of Likeable Local, a social media software company serving thousands of small businesses, as well as the chairman and cofounder of Likeable Media.

Dave talks to us about his preferred use of Linkedin (over all networks), the king of networking apps, the Likeable Hub, and his process for writing a best seller book.

Social Toolkit 34: Content Marketing on Linkedin, with Dave Kerpen. Check out the full podcast below or download it on Stitcher, iTunes, or Soundcloud to listen later.

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Show Notes

  • App of the Week: Unicorns, livestream your iPhone or iPad home screen.
  • Linkedin as Dave’s preferred network for both professional and personal use
    • How some of Linkedin’s new acquisition’s might effect Dave’s daily use
    • Top 3 reasons to use Linkedin more than Twitter or Facebook
  • How to use Charlie to make a great first impression at networking events
    • The art of networking
  • The comprehensive social media sharing tool, Likeable Local
    • Who is Likeable Local ideal for?
    • What might it replace?
    • The ease and convenience of Likeable Local
  • Dave’s process of writing (He’s written 3 best seller books, he knows what he’s doing here)
    • Tools and processes implemented while writing
    • Where and when Dave writes
    • Organizing thoughts that go in to the book
    • Editing

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