Things you didn’t know about Connected – #2 three tools to better manage your network

by 04g7F1nl02 on May 7, 2009 · 2 comments

in social media for lawyers,Web 2.0

With so many potential connections online, how can one keep up with each and every connection? One of the recommended best practices is to not  just connect and ‘let it be’ – you have to keep the connection ‘living and breathing’ , send a periodic message to your connections from time to time so keep the dialog going.

Sounds like a lot of work? well, that’s where our online networking tools come into play.

In Connected there are 3 features to help better you better manage your connections. On the ‘My Connections’ page, for each and every one of your Connections, there are three available options to help you manage your connections more efficiently:

Send a message – ability to send a message directly to your connections from the connections page

View connections – check your connections’ connections to discover potential new connections

Add Comment – to help you keep notes and important facts about your connections, for every one of your connections you can add a comment, a note or a reminder for each and every one of your connections.

All these features are available to the right of each and every one of your connections in the ‘My Connections’ page.

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Anita Fox wrote onMay 3, 2009 at 11:53 pm

I don’t know my URl by heart. Is the blog subscription free? The Martindale index seems to be missing a lot of competent employment and labour lawyers from my brief review of it. For example, according to this list, there is only one employment law firm in Barrie, Ontario.

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lawyer directory wrote onMay 23, 2009 at 2:26 am

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