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Posted March 18, 2016 by

LinkedIn tip #10: Searching connections

Do you understand the power of searching your LinkedIn contacts’ connections?

This video, the final tip in a series of 10 by expert Chaim Shapiro, will help you better understand how to harness the power of searching your connections’ connections on LinkedIn to build your network online and search effectively for jobs using LinkedIn.

Chaim Shapiro, Assistant Director of Career Services and expert social media consultant, is hosted by College Recruiter’s Content Manager Bethany Wallace. This video series, Top 10 LinkedIn tips with Chaim Shapiro, helps college students, recent grads, and job seekers of all ages make the most of LinkedIn’s various features when searching for internships and entry-level jobs.

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Shapiro helps viewers discover that searching through their contacts’ connections on LinkedIn is a multi-layered process which can provide them with leads to potential new contacts of their own. This is helpful for college students and grads who are embarking on their own job search.

LinkedIn users can search through one of their contacts’ connections by job title or keyword, for example, and then click on “advanced search.” At that point, users can search by geographic location, company, or any other criteria.

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Chaim Shapiro, M.Ed. is the Assistant Director of Career Services at Touro College, a freelance writer, public speaker and social media consultant specializing in LinkedIn. He has presented his popular LinkedIn Workshop at National Conferences, Universities, Public Libraries and for communal organizations across the country. Chaim earned a Master’s Degree in College Student Personnel from Loyola University, Chicago, and also studied in the Institutional Leadership and Policy Studies Ph.D. program at the University of California, Riverside Graduate School of Education. He has more than 12 years of experience working in college administration.