How would you like to have a LinkedIn virtual assistant working 24/7 to find people and information that will help you meet (and exceed) your professional and career goals? Of course, you would. Well, it does exist, and you don’t need a premium account to access this feature—but the vast majority of people who hire me for LinkedIn advice are not taking advantage of this valuable feature called the Notifications tab.
Searching for a job can be challenging. Indeed, it can feel like a full-time job. With so many means to find new opportunities, it’s often hard to know where to start. Networking, job boards, resumes, and cover letters… it can all become overwhelming. You put in so much effort and it seems like no one is calling you back. You may be asking, “What am I doing wrong?” Well, If you feel like you’re endlessly sending out applications with no success, it might be time to change your job hunt strategy and find a more effective way.
In the age of duck lipped, tongue out, ultra-close-up selfies that may or may not include a toilet in the background, the list of profile photo fails is endlessly entertaining. But you’d expect to see these on Instagram or Facebook, not on LinkedIn. After all, LinkedIn was designed to help manage your professional identity, engage with your professional network, and access opportunities and knowledge within your given industry. It’s supposed to help you improve your brand, impress your network, and generate opportunities. And your LinkedIn photo is the first thing people see.
LinkedIn is pretty powerful if you understand some of the ways you can use it! LinkedIn is more than an online resume. It’s more than your modern-day Rolodex. LinkedIn is a massive database of user-supplied information. Let’s look at some of the ways you can tap into this LinkedIn power!
It’s not too late to make a plan to crush your 2019 goals and LinkedIn can help you do it. This video and the detailed article below outline five LinkedIn strategies that bring big results and they can all be accomplished with a free LinkedIn account.
witter has its place in today’s complicated job search. Really, Twitter isn’t stupid if you are following the right people. Who are the right people you might be asking? And what is the purpose of Twitter?