6 responses to “LinkedIn's Companies directory best tool yet for freelancers”

  1. Dara Chadwick

    Thanks for this, Michelle…great information!

  2. Jonathan Northwood

    Greatly appreciated! Thank you so much for pointing this out.

  3. Carolyn Erickson

    Michelle, this is a great tool … and even though I was just using Linked In today, I was completely unaware of it. *Thank you* for pointing it out.

  4. Michelle Rafter

    Agreed, the upgrade is easy to overlook; I noticed the “Companies” tab on Monday but didn’t think twice about it until I was goofing around on the network yesterday and clicked on it.

    You can read more reactions from others writers about the new feature on the LinkedIn Answer board, where I posted a question about it today. Here’s a link:

    http://www.linkedin.com/answers/marketing-sales/writing-editing/MAR_WED/301548-15902317?browseIdx=0&sik=1219276698344&goback=%2Eahp%2Each_MAR*4WED

  5. Kari Rippetoe

    Great ideas, Michelle! The company search on LinkedIn is great for market research, as you mentioned in your post. It presents you with so much information on a single company and its employees, there are countless ways to use it.

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