Read this article if you want to stand out by using powerful and creative language in your cover letters, rather than defaulting to the words everyone else uses.
Many people are flummoxed when it comes to choosing a LinkedIn profile headline. What keywords should they include? How do you get that up and down symbol ( | )? (Hit shift and the backslash key.) Is it more important to have keywords or a Tagline / Unique Selling Proposition (USP)?
This article will mainly address the last question: Keywords or USP? The answer to the question depends on your main goal with your LinkedIn profile.
Many people on LinkedIn make the mistake of copying their resume summary statements into their LinkedIn Summary section. There are three major problems with this strategy. Read this article to find out what those problems are — and how to write a LinkedIn Summary that works!
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.
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.