Did you know a person with a fully optimised Linkedin profile is 40 times more likely to receive job opportunities via Linkedin?! It's probably a good idea to get a sneaky head start over the job market. After all you are competing against over 350 million users...
LinkedIn have always encouraged its users to complete as many sections of the LinkedIn Profile as possible. “Users with complete Profiles are 40 times more likely to receive opportunities thr…
In this article I share advice on how to write a LinkedIn headline that stands out and gets you noticed. I’ll start with the common mistake people make when it comes to putting together a LinkedIn headline, then offer advice on how to make your headline count. Why ‘seeking new opportunities’ should never be your … Continue reading "How to write a LinkedIn headline!"
I’m a big fan of self-expression. Everyone has the right to do their own thing, we are all unique in our own way. Choices have consequences. I’ve found 14 actual LinkedIn Profile Pictur…
Have you tried out the new LinkedIn app? Do you want to make the most of its features? The new LinkedIn app makes it easy for marketers on the go to do nearly everything they'd do on a desktop from a mobile device. In this article, I’ll share 10 ways to use the new LinkedIn mobile app to stay in touch with your professional contacts. Listen to this article: #1: Write Updates The LinkedIn mobile app makes it easy to create and share updates, especially if you want to use images. To get started, go to the Home tab and
You can ask someone to join your professional network by sending them an invitation to connect. If they accept your invitation, they'll become a 1st-degree connection. We recommend only inviting people you know and trust because 1st-degree connections are given access to the primary email address on your account.
This morning, I saw the following tweet from a former colleague: A great question that got me thinking about my LinkedIn network. Years ago when I first joined LinkedIn, I was diligent about only accepting requests to connect from people I knew: friends from high school and college, work colleagues and contacts I had interviewed for articles.
As useful as LinkedIn can be for promoting your career or business and connecting with other professionals, users have voiced some major peeves. Tim Heard rounded up the top complaints.
Build key relationships using LinkedIn. Growing your business takes customers, mentors, employees, and peers. LinkedIn is here too—to help you form and deepen important professional connections in just a few easy steps.
Chances are the sweet, innocent-looking boy pictured on this page could now end up being "that kid" teaching other classmates a bad word at school. And it's my fault. But there is a silver lining: The whole episode reminded me of the single best way to add instant branding, credibility and trust to your LinkedIn profile.
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It’s been called, “the ugly step child” of social media. College graduates have no clue how to use it. There are over 200 million users. And yet, only a few have learned how to grow their business on LinkedIn. In this video I share with you my top 5 strategies for using LinkedIn (the right... Read More →
You may have seen that HP recently crossed 1 million followers on LinkedIn, the first company to hit this milestone. You may even be one of them. If you’re not already following a company on LinkedIn, what are you waiting for? More the merrier You can follow up to 2.8 million companies on LinkedIn,
I spend a lot of time teaching job seekers how to make new connections on LinkedIn. Constantly meeting new people and growing your professional network is crucial to uncovering job leads and building a successful and lasting career. But today we’re going to talk about another important piece of netw
Back in the mid-2000s, many espoused a theory that there would emerge social networks for different types of people. It sounds a little preposterous now in the age of Facebook dominance, but at the time you had smart people like Marc Andreessen founding companies like Ning that followed this thesis. I was the co-founder of a now-defunct social network called Zaadz that you could think of as "Facebook/MySpace for the Whole Foods set." We competed with the likes of Tribe, a company run by the pre-Zynga Mark Pincus, and were acquired in 2007.
If you want to build truly influential relationships online, you have to find places where you can consistently add value, spend quality time and have engaging conversations with members of your target demographic. LinkedIn Groups offers one of the best ways to make the most of your social media engagement time, but you must adopt the right strategy to be successful.
You’ve heard it hundreds of times before (and probably will hundreds of times again): You need to be on LinkedIn. But once you’ve created your profile, what’s next? If you’re not actively job searching, it can be easy to throw your information up there and leave it alone until you need to reach out to someone or browse open positions.
Are you wondering how to write a LinkedIn profile when you're unemployed? This may sound odd, but you have BETTER opportunities to promote yourself...
Your LinkedIn Summary is the most important white space on your entire LinkedIn Profile. What you choose to write here can make the difference between professional success or stagnation. I found 3 …
There are 3 settings to choose from when deciding how others see you on LinkedIn when you’ve browsed their Profile. This article examines the 3 settings and explains why the anonymous option …
Do you want to make your LinkedIn company page more useful? Are you looking for creative ideas to take your company page to the next level? The best company pages do a great job of increasing brand awareness by being helpful when they engage with followers on a regular basis.
There are literally thousands of personal branding activities you can engage in every day that will help your career thrive. Sound overwhelming? Not to worry. Almost all of them can be accomplished through LinkedIn.