February 1, 2021
If you think of LinkedIn as just a job-search site, you’re not alone. After all, it was the job listing component of the platform that turned into a highly lucrative source of revenue for the social media giant. However, it’s so much more than that.
Today, social media has become an indispensable part of business, and not just for job searching. Thanks to the development of cloud technology and the growing migration to remote work, social media is one of the most important ways to get your brand—business or personal—and your message out into the world.
LinkedIn is still a hot spot for job seekers, but even if you’re not looking for a career change, it’s a platform you should take advantage of to enhance your professional presence. Here are five reasons why:
If knowledge is power, connections are the circuits that spark that power. LinkedIn members are not only enthusiastic content-sharers—they love to connect and grow their networks with fellow professionals from all over the world. Whether you’re looking to boost your business or your personal brand, LinkedIn can help extend your reach.
Like a professional quarterback’s salary, throwing a Super Bowl party can be expensive. So how can you be sure—affordably—that your party is the one everybody will be talking about at work the next day? With these tips for some fun party perks that everyone will remember long after the play clock winds down.
Is your idea of a morning routine hitting the snooze button three times and then dragging yourself out of bed in just enough time to slide into work as the clock strikes 9:00 a.m.? You may get some extra sleep, but let’s be honest: A frantic race to work, whether at home or in the office, is probably not the best way to start off a productive day.
Filing taxes for 2020 was…challenging. Yes, that’s a good way to put it. Not impossible, but not exactly fun, either. While your 2021 return hopefully won’t be quite as much of a challenge, there are still several unusual factors to be accounted for (e.g., Child Tax Credits and Economic Impact Payments).