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Kat Haselkorn is a New Media Associate and Content Strategist at the online marketing firm, Go Fish Digital, where she gets paid to daydream and tweet. You can find her writing in The Huffington Post, Buzzfeed, and Business2Community.com.
Great article but I just had to ask - is this still the case?
I seem to be able to view all the info for my 3rd degreen connections - even when I'm logged in. There doesn't seem to be a point in logging out and trying to connect with them that way. Am I missing something, or has LinkedIn changed their system since you wrote this piece?
Great article! Thanks for the tips. (I love that that there is a tool called "socialbro" too. That cracks me up!)
One thing though. I've noticed that for one of the Facebook communities I manage for a client there are a lot of European users. Over time it's become clear that my tweets and FB messages do best when I post between 9 pm and 11 pm EST.
It's critical to really understand your community to determine the optimal days/times for social media outreach. That's how you can have the greatest impact and maximize engagement with a brand.
Great article! I especially love your point about getting links on authoritative sites. It's so much more valuable to get a mention in a legitimate publication or well-written blog than a sketchy site with a high page rank. It just feels like a more honest way to do business too!