How To Write Excellent LinkedIn Recommendations

January 15th, 2008 | by Jason Alba |

I did a LinkedIn webinar today and talked about one of my favorite things – recommendations.  On the JibberJobber blog I give my two cents on what it takes to write an excellent recommendation… go check it out!

  1. 5 Responses to “How To Write Excellent LinkedIn Recommendations”

  2. By Ron & Mary Lynne Aldrich on Sep 5, 2008 | Reply

    It is a pleasure to recommend Daniel Fiverson of NetPros in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He has done
    extensive information technology consulting for
    our business and home computers. He has helped us select new equipment and has been very effective in enabling integration of our hardware and solfware. Daniel has done great work in a timely matter. We recommend Daniel
    Fiverson of NetPro’s with enthusiam!
    Ron and Mary Lynne Aldrich

  3. By Bahram Faghih on Feb 27, 2009 | Reply

    It is a pleasure to recommend Ralph Weatherholltz of Honeywell Poms, Hendon Virgina
    Mr. Ralph’s native intelligence for IT, and extensive information technology consulting is great, he is a highly qualified IT professional with experience in the LAN and Network Administration of mid-size to large cooperate, Datacenter, Software – development and customer support. He has the drive and energy necessary and knowledge of six sigma to see complex projects through to completion, guiding teams and clients through the entire lifecycle process, on time and within budget. I can confidently recommend Mr.Widerholtz for any High level in IT, infrastructure, administration, and Software development and/or team leadership.

    Lead Network Analyst
    Honeywell
    Bahram Faghih

  4. By Al Giardulla on Mar 2, 2009 | Reply

    RE; Al Giardulllo
    My first dealing with Al was to invite him to sit on the Board of Directors for a local trade association during my Presidency; where he commanded attention and helped complete projects. Through the years, we worked on various projects and I was impressed by his manner of doing business. Upon arriving at business meetings, he is always prepared and articulates his message clearly. His style includes working as a team with his peers, subordinates,and clients. His personality could be described as: Eager, Forward Thinking, a Listener, Organized, and Compassionate.
    Mary Lou Toscano
    President
    Toscano Sales Promotion
    TSPPromo@aol.com

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