Great advice from The Muse contributor at Forbes.  We’re huge advocates of Linkedin, and surprised at how many organizations neglect the power of relational marketing and don’t take advantage of this tool.

Back in the day, etiquette rules were fairly simple. Always send a thank-you card. Don’t put your elbows on the table. Hold the door open for other people.

However, social networks have made matters much more complicated, and Emily Post isn’t much help when it comes to online etiquette. That’s why we’ve compiled the ultimate list of LinkedIn dos and don’ts. (Thank-you card not required.)  Read the full article here>>