Jun 30, 2015

#814: You're Underusing LinkedIn - FIR Podcast Network

An in-depth conversation with guest co-host Chuck Hester about LinkedIn, LinkedIn's acquisition of Lynda.com, how big brands have reacted to the SCOTUS same-sex marriage ruling (and whether other brands should consider following suit), how Apple won a PR victory with help from Taylor Swift, one of Hollywood's biggest publicity agencies gets caught with its hand in the Wikipedia cookie jar, why...

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