Posts In: LinkedIn

[DARE #4] Get Unstuck – Start a LinkedIn Conversation

October 19, 2014 LinkedIn, Work-Life Balance

Last week I asked you to “ask for more.” The rationale behind that dare was three-fold, to get you to: Think through what you might...

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Who Else Wants a Great LinkedIn Summary?

May 13, 2014 LinkedIn

Have you ever noticed the difference between a good LinkedIn profile and a great one? Both have most, if not all, of the sections filled...

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Giving a LinkedIn Recommendation to a Friend

November 25, 2013 LinkedIn

You love your friend but have your reputation at work to protect.  What do you do when you don’t want to give your friend a...

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The Fundamentals of Using LinkedIn on the Job Hunt

November 24, 2013 LinkedIn

Quite possibly the most comprehensive interview I have ever experienced that covered the role that most social media channels should take during a job hunt:...

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LinkedIn Tips from Top Professionals

November 23, 2013 LinkedIn

Learn how to make LinkedIn work for you. Enclosed are loads of little insights from top career coaches across the United States.

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LinkedIn Challenge TIP 5: How to Take Back Control of Your Digital Reputation‏

November 7, 2013 LinkedIn

How can you easily impact your “professional brand” via LinkedIn? Let’s continue the ultimate LinkedIn Challenge. But first, here’s a brief recap of the LinkedIn Challenge...

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LinkedIn Challenge TIP 4: Find the Keywords that Hiring Managers are Searching

November 6, 2013 LinkedIn

How can you read the minds of hiring managers and use this knowledge to become more “findable” via LinkedIn? Let’s continue the ultimate LinkedIn challenge....

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LinkedIn Challenge TIP 3: How to Fill In the LinkedIn Experience Section‏

November 1, 2013 LinkedIn

Do you wonder if you should just copy and paste your resume on LinkedIn? Let’s continue the ultimate LinkedIn challenge. Open for TIP #3. Let’s...

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LinkedIn Challenge TIP 2: How to Write a Killer LinkedIn Summary‏

October 31, 2013 LinkedIn

Does your LinkedIn summary tell a good story about your accomplishments, motivations, and future interests? Has it made anyone want to meet you? Let’s continue the ultimate...

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LinkedIn Challenge TIP 1: Make your LinkedIn Headline Stand Out‏

October 30, 2013 LinkedIn

Is your LinkedIn headline drawing in the right people? Let’s begin the ultimate LinkedIn challenge. LinkedIn Challenge TIP 1 out of 5: Make your LinkedIn Headline...

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LinkedIn Challenge Starts Now!

October 26, 2013 LinkedIn

Increase your LinkedIn IQ in 5 weeks for free. See results in only 1 week. Start by joining the Ultimate LinkedIn Challenge. I am taking...

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What LinkedIn Users Ought to Know about Job References

May 24, 2013 LinkedIn

Job references still matter. Eight out of 10 HR executives consistently contact references for professional (89 percent), executive (85 percent), administrative (84 percent), and technical...

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Capitalize on LinkedIn Endorsements

September 27, 2012 LinkedIn

Your career is no place for crowdsourcing. However, through LinkedIn Endorsements your connections are now able to weigh in on your skills. The more endorsements...

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How to Secretly Use LinkedIn

September 13, 2012 LinkedIn

Wild flurries of LinkedIn activities have resulted in premature pink slips. If your boss or colleagues see signs that you are job hunting such as...

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Three Pillars to Successful LinkedIn Recommendations

August 23, 2012 LinkedIn

LinkedIn recommendations are useless…if not supported by a strategy. After tailoring LinkedIn profiles for professionals who have successfully attracted attention, I found that having a...

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LinkedIn Groups: Don’t Have Regrets

June 22, 2012 LinkedIn

Stop ignoring your LinkedIn groups!  Yes, you can join up to 50 LinkedIn groups. However, don’t stop there.  Ignoring them can mean missing out on...

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