This is very helpful, especially the side by side placement of video tutorial and access to my Linked In account. I was able to follow the instructions. The teacher is amazing! Thank you.
Thanks for the very helpful videos. The suggestions and the steps to follow are easy and understandable.
por Nishith R R•
por Johanna K•
This information could be learned from a youtube video or a blog post. I don't see a point of having a guided project for this.
por Rafael C•
It's good, but less than I expected. Also, the audio is really bad.
por Md. S H A•
Full course was so learning but sound quality have to improve.
por Martina B•
Okay course if you do not have any Linkedin Experience.
por Luca O•
Some useful information. As an intermediate course, I would expect more from it. Areas of improvement:
> The Rhyme platform is nice, but adds little or no value as long as you have to login with your true credentials and work on a live application that is already available with a normal browser access. Btw, I'm not an expert and might be overcautious, but inserting real credentials in a remote desktop browser raises more than a security concern: I therefore chose to do the practical part outside of the platform. In this context any good YouTube video on the topic would do the same job (except the final quiz, that is not on Rhyme anyway).
> Some of the contents are presented as general rules, while they are highly context-dependent, e.g.: 1) adding connections based on affinity is a questionable practice, unless you have prepared a follow-up plan upfront, 2) The 3-2-1 rule for network engagement can be good or not, depending on context and objectives.
> Some piece of advice lacks convincing explanations, such as the days in which to publish, and the ways to improve your network engagement based on LinkedIn post statistics reports.
> The practical utility of maintaining a separate tracking spreadsheet is questionable to say the least.
> The volume of the recorded speech is way too low.
> The LinkedIn UI presented in the videos was slightly different from the currently live one (not a critical drawback, however).