11 responses to “How Writers Can Use LinkedIn, Part I”

  1. How to Use LinkedIn to Create Authoritative Content | Copyblogger

    […] few other ideas for LinkedIn come from journalist Michelle Vranizan Rafter. Rafter suggests using LinkedIn: As a contact manager for sources and potential sources. As I work […]

  2. Should journalists use social networking services for sourcing? | New Media Bytes | Online journalism, web production and promotion

    […] Michelle Vranizan Rafter: Rafter uses the service as a virtual Rolodex and also uses the Linked In Answers to find potential […]

  3. Susan Weiner

    Nice quotes from you in Michael Stelzner’s newsletter today–congratulations!


  4. 10 Basic Web Tools for Freelancers « WordCount/by Michelle Vranizan Rafter

    […] – I’ve waxed poetic about how freelancers can use this business networking site to build a contact network and change how they describe themselves. So far, LinkedIn hasn’t led to any $10,000 writing […]

  5. Go online to get business cards in a hurry « WordCount/by Michelle Vranizan Rafter

    […] normally work from home and when I meet people I ask to exchange email addresses, or to add them to my LinkedIn connections. Business cards just didn’t seem […]

  6. Social network overload and why I don’t do Twitter « WordCount/by Michelle Vranizan Rafter

    […] friends and colleagues. And as I’ve written before, it’s helped me find sources and led to writing assignments. But it’s easy to cross the line from awesome productivity tool to awful time […]

  7. Somebody Else Says: Social Networking Sites « Becky Levine
  8. 100 Essential Tips & Tools for Writers of the Future | Associate Degree - Facts and Information

    […] Use LinkedIn: LinkedIn is a powerful networking tool for business professionals and writers. […]

  9. DaraBell

    Great really like colour scheme of the blog. I am hoping to explore more of Linked In with new stategies being made to me everyday.

  10. Nancy Hutchins

    Linked-in is a powerful tool that my friends have been urging me to take a look at. Your comments have motivated me to do just that. Thank you.