The LinkedIn Personal Trainer helps users get up to speed quickly
The LinkedIn Personal Trainer represents the first published guide to the popular online professional networking tool used by more than 11 million people worldwide. Through the book, Steven Tylock helps LinkedIn users learn how to find, get found, and network their way to success.
PR9.NET June 20, 2007 - Rochester, NY - With the publication of The LinkedIn Personal Trainer, Steven Tylock helps LinkedIn users come to understand how to use the LinkedIn online service. The LinkedIn Personal Trainer includes thoughtful questions, advice, and exercises that bring readers to an understanding of LinkedIn features, how to build their professional presence on it, and what they can do to find, get found, and network their way to success.
LinkedIn has attracted over 11 million users worldwide, and until now, those users have lacked an instructional guide.
Steven Tylock wrote The LinkedIn Personal Trainer after spending hours working with LinkedIn hopefuls one-on-one. He found that they knew that they should be able to do more with this online tool, but didn't have anywhere else to turn for advice. The LinkedIn Personal Trainer is the first published book that describes the LinkedIn system from an average user's perspective, and is available for purchase at www.lulu.com and worldwide through retail channels.
"LinkedIn is a great service – attracting more than 100,000 new users every week," said Steven Tylock. "Basic membership is free with all the functionality the majority of users will ever need. Up till now, the biggest downside has been the lack of training material. This 'training session in a book' is intended for all of the LinkedIn users that created their account, connected to a small number of users, and then stalled, waiting for results. The LinkedIn Personal Trainer helps get them over that new-user hurdle."
Link to Publication: http://stores.lulu.com/stylock
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