Jan 12 Posted 2 years ago
Recommendations on LinkedIn seem to be better than endorsements. The main reason is that people have to take the time to write one for you. Unlike endorsements, where half of the time, its a quick click of one button. The best part of the recommendation is that it is not generated but what someone really thinks about you and therefore there is less skepticism.
In businesses, an equivalent thing would be testimonials from existing customers. Just like how recruiters are interested in recommendations on LinkedIn, new clients are often interested in testimonials.
Aug 30 Posted 2 years ago
Great and useful tips on using LinkedIn for reputation management.
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