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3 Easy Steps to Follow Your LinkedIn Connections on Twitter

September 20, 2010

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Let me guess, you have a LinkedIn account, Twitter account and Facebook Profile, with different groups of fans/followers/connections on each, right?  Do you have any idea if you’re following your LinkedIn Connections on Twitter?

LinkedIn has made this so easy to do!  You can even go through and select which Connections you would like to follow, so you don’t have to follow everyone.  Here’s how it’s done:

1. Log in to your LinkedIn account and click on the “More” button, to find “Tweets”.  Your LinkedIn account should already be connected to your Twitter account (which can be done through Settings –> Twitter Settings).

Linked In Tweets

2. On the “Tweets” page, you will see a tab that says “Connections”.  Click on it.

LinkedIn Connections

3. Now you can easily see on the left hand side how many of your connections you are already following on Twitter, and how many you are not!  Simply click “Follow” next to your Connection’s name and information to start immediately following them on your Twitter account.  You can also “Unfollow” directly from LinkedIn.  You will also see the option to save these connections as a Twitter List.

LinkedIn Twitter

That’s all there is to it!  So simple and easy.  A big thanks to LinkedIn for making this such an easy process.

Aside from this great feature, you can also click on the “My Tweets” tab to update your Twitter directly from LinkedIn.  The “Overview” tab allows you to see the latest tweets from the people that you are following.  The “Settings” tab also gives you a few more options for how Twitter works with your LinkedIn profile.

Now, if only Facebook would make such an easy process, all three accounts could be working together seamlessly!

Be sure to join our President, Kara Sweeney, on LinkedIn http://bit.ly/dhKe0X

Until next time,
Miss Mediosa

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