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It was originally published on 29 December 2014.
I like LinkedIn. It’s a great networking tool and every bit as powerful as face to face networking opportunities both in group and one on one meetings. LinkedIn offers the ability to showcase one’s expertise, create authority and build great business and personal relationships.
Sadly, I’ve seen a shift over the past few years to more sales pitches in the form of status updates and messages, connections being made for that sole purpose and more bulk messages. While bulk messages in themselves aren’t always a negative, when you’re looking to strengthen the relationships you have already established, lumping me in with 20+ other ‘Robert’s in your contacts is certainly not a positive way to connect with me.
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Robert Nissenbaum is a successful small business owner with more than 20 years of marketing and sales experience. Using the same social media and traditional marketing techniques he leveraged to brand and drive revenue for his own businesses, he works with other small to medium-sized business owners to do the same. His methodology is based on his own practical experience leveraging inbound and outbound platforms with a revolutionary approach and philosophy. His methods have been applied successfully to retail, service and non-profit based organizations.