Most people who consume professional content on LinkedIn do so to keep up with industry news (78% of respondents) and to discover new ideas within their business area (73%), according to data from a recent survey conducted by LinkedIn.
For many years, print service providers have based much of their success on selling business-to-business (B2B). With today’s technology and media options, this means that B2B providers must have face-to-face interactions while also engaging on social media channels
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