Category Archives: LinkedIn

Inside LinkedIn: 8 Secrets to Getting the Most Out of In

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We all know how important it is to have an easily searched LinkedIn profile. That’s how we get found!

However, to get the next level – and to get the most out of LinkedIn – we must do more. We must become LinkedIn experts.   

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10 Ways to Double Views of Your LinkedIn Profile

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When someone views your profile, it’s like they walked into your store, ready to do some shopping. So, how do you attract more shoppers to your store?

Here are ten simple ways to get more of the right people viewing your profile…   

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6 Steps to LinkedIn Success for College Students

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I believe colleges should be teaching courses on LinkedIn and make them mandatory…for every student.

Why? Because sources like estimate as high as 96% of recruiters search for and contact employers by using LinkedIn.   

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Your Bare Bones LinkedIn Profile Is Scaring Recruiters Away

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A lot of job seekers seem to believe that if they have a bare bones LinkedIn account with a name, degrees and a list of employers they are all set. Not so!

Just in time for Halloween, I had an informal conversation with a few recruiters. I asked them what scared them the most about someone’s LinkedIn Profile. Here are some of their thoughts…   

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5 Reasons to Spend Much More Time on Your LinkedIn Headline

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Your LinkedIn headline (that blurb of text right under your name) has always been a key component of your LinkedIn profile.

But in a job market that continues to be ultra-competitive, it’s more important now than ever before. Let’s explore why…   

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3 Bad Assumptions You’re Making About LinkedIn


Many people, unfortunately including job seekers, are puzzled about why LinkedIn is so highly recommended.

These people are skeptical. They think LinkedIn’s good reputation is all hype, mostly because they have posted their resumes on LinkedIn with no results…   

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