In December 2010, LinkedIn rolled out 4 new sections for LinkedIn profiles: Skills, Certifications, Publications and Languages. Haven’t heard of these sections? Don’t know how to use them? Read more.
It all started with LinkedIn. Well, actually it started with a website. It took months before I finally admitted to myself that I wasn’t going to create a website on my own. I bit the bullet and hired someone, wrote some content, and poof! I had a website – TheEssayExpert.com. My website was beautiful. But who was going to visit it?
I had no clue how to market myself.
Last week I wrote about the best way to use your LinkedIn status bar. This week’s question about the status bar is: What if you’re looking for a job? What’s the best way to handle your status updates? These valuable tips will give you an edge up with recruiters as you take on your job search.
As I have been conducting LinkedIn profile reviews for job seekers and business owners, I have noticed that the LinkedIn profile STATUS BAR is often overlooked and underutilized. Find out how to best use the LinkedIn status update… you’re not on Facebook anymore!
If you were an employer or a client looking for you, what would you want to read in a LinkedIn Profile headline? What would draw you in? Get some tips here on how to craft an attention-getting headline instead of a buzz killer.
I have now conducted 32 in-depth reviews of people’s LinkedIn profiles and one of the most common things I tell people is “Consider getting a new photo.”
I recently offered to review 20 people’s LinkedIn profiles for free, and I got an overwhelming response to my offer. What I learned through the process of conducting these reviews rather astounded me. Errors and omissions prevailed. This article will help you avoid those missteps and present a professional, effective image on LinkedIn.