Save $80 on the New Nexus 5X For Black Friday


Save $  80 on the New Nexus 5X For Black Friday

The Nexus 5X is one of the best midrange phones you can buy, and B&H is discounting it by $ 80, and throwing in a $ 25 gift card for good measure. That’s the first deal we’ve seen on this handset, and we don’t expect it to last long. [Nexus 5x + $ 25 B&H Gift Card, $ 299]…

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Social Media Quick Tip: How to save your LinkedIn profile as a PDF


Today’s social media quick tip is about how to save your LinkedIn profile as a PDF.

There are many uses for this feature. As an example, I look at my friend Christina Dave’s profile. Let’s say Christina and I don’t know each other and I’m about to go and meet her or go to a workshop and she’s going to be there and I want to know more about Christina. I’m going to review her profile, but would like to print it and bring it with me so that I can read through it before I get out of my car. Maybe I want to keep a file of PDFs of different connections for different purposes.

In the video I show you where you can do this. There’s a drop down list where you can click save to PDF. Another box will pop up, and you’ll be able to save. You may just want to keep a file for referral partners, or potential employees, or on your competitors.

It’s a good way to help you organize this information. You can organize it within LinkedIn, but if for whatever reason you’re going to be somewhere that you want a hard copy, or you want to keep a hard copy on a computer file somewhere, it’s really, really easy to save your contact’s information as a PDF.

You don’t even have to actually be connected to people for this to work.

Give it a try and see if you find it helpful to have these PDFs handy for your reference.

This post was originally published on Karen Yankovich’s blog

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