LinkedIn Premium Giveaway: Are You “Stuck”?

Posted February 26, 2013 by Marcy Twete in Networking Buzz

LinkedIn Groups are becoming powerful ways to connect in your career, and for women in business, Connect: Professional Women’s Group Powered by Citi is the biggest and the best. This week, we’re partnering with Citi’s Connect: Professional Women’s Network to bring you the opportunity to win one of 10 two-month long LinkedIn Premium Subscriptions.

The Giveaway

Ten Career Girl Network readers will win two-months of LinkedIn Premium subscriptions.

Why is LinkedIn Premium so awesome? It offers tons of benefits on top of a traditional membership, including the ability to contact people outside your network, experience the benefits of Premium search, get priority customer service, etc. Whether you’re a job seeker or just looking to get bold and strategic about your network, LinkedIn Premium gives you the tools to do it!

How to Enter

Using LinkedIn Premium is an amazing way to get over a networking dry spell or a confusing hump in your career. To enter the giveaway, we want you to answer one question: What do you do to get moving in your career when you’re feeling stuck?

There are four ways to enter! And you can enter all four ways for an even greater chance to win.

  1. Comment on this post answering the question above.
  2. Join Connect: Professional Women’s Network on LinkedIn by clicking here To be sure we know you’ve entered, leave a separate comment below indicating you’ve joined.
  3. Tweet @CareerGirlMarcy on Twitter with your answer to the question above.
  4. Comment on Career Girl Network’s Facebook page at with your answer to the question above.

The giveaway will remain open through Monday, March 4th at 5:00pm CST. Get moving ladies, you have some Premium LinkedIn to win!


*Membership giveaways have been provided to Career Girl Network by Citi and LinkedIn. The opinions and recommendations expressed here are those of Career Girl Network.


About the Author

Marcy Twete

Marcy Twete is a career fundraiser turned corporate responsibility executive, a career and networking expert and the author of the book "You Know Everybody! A Career Girl’s Guide to Building a Network That Works."