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Your LinkedIn Profile Headline is the most visible part of LinkedIn. I’ve already bored my followers out of their mind, explaining how the FULL headline is visible in Google search results.
Do you suffer from FOMO? For those over 30: FOMO means Fear Of Missing Out. FEAR NOT! On your LinkedIn Homepage Feed, you don’t need to see everything. Be happy to (strategically) miss out.
LinkedIn is a network: networking is a verb, a doing word. This means DOING MORE than simply inviting and accepting. Even a stamp collector looks after and nurtures their stamps: Why pay less attention to human beings?
Every professional photographer is going to kill me. Two out of these 5 tips they will argue vehemently against. Never mind, you want to look your best, professional self on LinkedIn right?
LinkedIn is a network and networking is all about building relationships. Start off on the right foot, by letting people know WHY you’d like to be connected on LinkedIn.
First introduced in 2014 the LinkedIn Profile Banner received a major overhaul in 2017. What didn’t change, is that it is widely underused. Basically, there are 3 things you need to understand about using a LinkedIn Profile Banner.
LinkedIn skills and endorsement, love ’em or hate ’em; you still need them! They are one of my fav topics to talk about, I’ve even got a post called: “I need to talk to you about LinkedIn Endorsements, trust me!“. All the reasoning in that article still holds true today. Only now we get to see less and need to use them more cleverly.
LinkedIn gives you 2000 characters to write your summary! That is great. Don’t let the word ‘summary’ fool you, this place can be utilised much better than by literally summarising your profile.
Your LinkedIn Profile is not a verbatim copy of your resume, or your business card for that matter. LinkedIn displays the job titles on your profile (under experience) in bold, this makes them one of the few items to stand out.
IN THIS ARTICLE YOU WILL READ: The hilarious adventures we had doing the photo-shoot My top three tips in regard to a LinkedIn Profile Picture The top three tips from the photographer I worked with