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Mastering LinkedIn by Karen Brown

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Mastering LinkedIn
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Publisher: Bookboon
ISBN-13: 9788740306187
Number of pages: 53

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Like all computer applications, using LinkedIn is part art and part science. The science bit is being able to navigate around the application and complete fields of information. The art lies in understanding how it works and leveraging that to your advantage. This is how this eBook will help.

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