Buenos Aires (Incongruous). On the American continent, especially in Latin America, the first list of Top Voices on LinkedIn, in which each regional member stands out for his publications, articles, videos and comments. This selection is related to professionals who, sharing their knowledge and viewpoints, generate such conversations that make everyone better informed, encouraging attractive talks between industries and countries.
According to the article published by Natalia Fabini, the editors along with LinkedIn Flagship Relevance are responsible for choosing and discovering the most important, committed and active members in key segments of the world. Fabeni also points out that it is not an easy task given the number of publications: they are more than two million, generating thousands of comments and interactions between users and followers.
Later Natalia highlights the procedure for finding these voices: they use a combination of data and editorial decisions. In the assessment, we take into account the commitment of each specialist who shares knowledge based on their experience and analyze what type of conversations are generated from this original content and conclude tracking the relative growth of followers.
The Top Voices list must have the quality and variety to reflect the world we work in. On the other hand, the time taken for the selection lasted for one year, from mid-September 2017 to mid-September 2018, and in this selection period employees of LinkedIn as Microsoft were not taken into account. ,
See Top Voices list LinkedIn 2018:
-Ana Mara Gyurtrez Daz Human Resources Consultant and Employment Coach (Santiago de Chile)
Ana produces content on how to make search for more effective work, especially through non-traditional channels such as networking, personal branding, and participation in events.
-Ana Romero | Businessman, Coach and Founder of the Tacos Fuertes Community (Lima, Peru)
Women's empowerment and gender equality are the main topics Anna is addressing in her publications.
-Carlos Rosales | Executive Director of Neurosales Consultants (Bogot, Colombia)
In his publications, Carlos prints his passion for sales. My mission is to respect the commercial profession and that's why I write an article every week about negotiation, persuasion, sales techniques and customer service.
-Elvis Caballero | Trainer and Marketing, Technology and Employment Consultant at Circulopresente (Santiago de Chile)
Elvis' publications cover personal, strategic and operational marketing and in-market marketing issues. It also produces content about employability, entrepreneurship and motivation.
-Juan del Serro | Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Disruptivo y Socialab Mexico (Mexico, Mexico)
Juan's content is related to social entrepreneurship, the business that generates a positive impact and seeks to solve the great problems of the planet. He also tells about the day how his own business is developing.
-Leo Pichioli Entrepreneur, spokesman and writer (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Leadership, innovation and governance are Leo's favorite themes when it comes to writing LinkedIn, mainly from the intersection of the three, with a fun and straightforward approach.
-Manuella Villegas | Chief Executive Officer of S Serg Agnia (Bogotá, Colombia)
The variety of topics that Manuela writes include disciplines such as in-market marketing, digital marketing, and empowerment of women by start-ups.
– Mrquez stork Executive Partner and Founder in Future Experts (Mexico City, Mexico)
The content that Nstor produces in terms of digital transformation and the future of work aims to help LinkedIn members and organizations and governments to understand the challenges ahead and find a way to more effectively incorporate these concepts,
-Samant Magaden | CEO and Career Coach at Kandidaat (Mexico, Mexico)
Samantha's production includes topics such as labor market trends, surveys of the current employment system in Mexico, and best practices for jobseekers.
-Santiago Bilinkis | Chief Executive Officer and founder of Quasar Builders (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Santiago is defined as a serial entrepreneur and technologist, and although his articles are on a variety of topics, he writes mostly about entrepreneurship and technology.
Susanna von der Haide President of VONDER HADE (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
In his articles, Susanna describes the interaction between technology and humanism, and also provides insights so that the People area becomes the most important sector of the company.
-Sylvia Ramrez Rueda | Director of the International Bureau of Happiness (Bogot, Colombia)
The topics that prevail in Sylvia's publications are leadership, happiness, emotional intelligence, and personal branding.