Author Archives: Wayne Breitbarth

LinkedIn Profile Changes: Everything You Need to Know

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NEWS FLASH—LinkedIn has messed with your profile (or will soon). Yes, that’s three times in three years. And although they may look minor, these LinkedIn profile changes should encourage you to revisit some of your current strategies for the affected areas.   

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How to Make Sure You Get the Right LinkedIn Profile Views

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During one-on-one LinkedIn consultations and also the Q&A time at my presentations, people are consistently interested in learning how they can get profile views from the right people.   

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6 LinkedIn Job Search Secrets Every Job Seeker Should Know

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What are the best LinkedIn job search secrets to help you find a great job, whether you’re openly looking for a job or flying under the radar so your boss doesn’t find out?   

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6 Free LinkedIn Features Essential to Career Success

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Most LinkedIn users (79% according to my latest LinkedIn user survey) are not paying anything to use the site. That’s why most of what I teach in my book, public workshops, corporate training sessions, and personal consultations focuses on becoming a skillful user of the free LinkedIn features that come with the basic account.   

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Spring Cleaning? Don’t Forget Your LinkedIn Profile

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Spring is always a great time to take a fresh look at your professional image, and your LinkedIn profile is the perfect place to start. Here are ten easy ways to brush off the cobwebs and whip your LinkedIn profile into shape this spring.   

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The LinkedIn Profile Section that Deserves a Little Respect

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Are you still confused by LinkedIn’s Skills & Endorsements? If you are, you’re certainly not alone. I’ve found from my weekly one-on-one LinkedIn consultations that this profile section is the most misunderstood. It’s sort of like the Rodney Dangerfield of LinkedIn profile sections. Rodney Dangerfield was a comedian in the 1980s whose main applause line was “I don’t get no respect.” I think that describes this LinkedIn profile section perfectly.   

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