Are you sporting the spring/summer look on your LinkedIn profile? Whether you are just starting out in your career or in business, or you’re an old hand, take note of these 3 tips that will get your profile looking superb!
3 tips for the new LinkedIn profile:
Make sure you’re wearing spring-summer 2018 and you don’t get left behind.
- Your profile picture is now moved to the left and it’s a little bit larger. Now is an opportunity to update with a really sleek, professional shot of you, looking at the camera like this: Ding!
- Your headline is really important. Don’t just put in your job title, put in keywords of words the people will use when they’re searching for you. Carry that over into your summary and always write your summary in the first person. People don’t trust people who write about themselves in the third person.
- Your current role and your education are now shown up top on the right. It’s a great place to show off your most recent qualifications. Be sure to go in and edit this if it’s only picked up your undergrad and you happen to have a PhD or some continuous professional development.
These tips are just the tip of the iceberg! I’ve got lots more on my LinkedIn course which is just €99. If you want to find out about connection strategy, about the kind of content that works best on the LinkedIn algorithm, tools and templates that will help you get it right, automation, and of course a little sprinkling of ads…
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