All Posts by Miles Austin

Xobni Releases Premium Version

Tonight Xobni released their first premium product, Xobni Plus.  All users that download Xobni will receive a trial version of Xobni Plus and will have the option to retain the premium features should they decide to upgrade for a one-time fee of $29.99.  There are no changes to the popular features offered in their free […]

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Pounce, Pause, Nurture or Wait?

“Within a day or two of sending an initial email to someone, leaving a phonemail or posting an interesting blog article or tweet, I see they (or someone from their company) have clicked into and visited our site.
Now, how aggressively do I go after them? Do I pounce immediately? Do I pause and call shortly thereafter? Do I just nurture them? Do I wait a couple days then call?”

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LinkedIn® Subgroup Followup Q&A

It appears that there is quite a bit of interest around the recent LinkedIn Subgroup announcement. Two key questions have been coming up and the answers are here:
How many subgroups can I join?
You may join up to 50 subgroups across all parent groups. This total does not count against your parent group total of 50.
How many subgroups can I create for my parent group?
You may join up to 50 subgroups across all parent groups. This total does not count against your parent group total of 50.
If you have additional questions, leave them here in comments and I will get you the answers as soon as they are available.

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LinkedIn® Groups Adds New Subgroups Feature

LinkedIn announced this evening that they have made available a new option within their popular Groups feature called Subgroups. Some of the benefits of this new option include:
1) Set the aims for the subgroup by posting a featured discussion in the subgroup.
2) Kindle the conversation by posting a news article with a brief comment every day for the first month of the group.
Provide an ongoing focus for members’ attention by adding 10 RSS feeds related to the focus of the subgroup.
Drive attention to the subgroup through your comments in the main group and in other groups where you participate”.

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