LinkedIn is one of the leading online tools to help jobseekers network, connect with recruiters and hiring managers, and stay top of mind. It’s smart to always be improving your profile and online activity there. It’s just tricky to offer advice without knowing the type of LinkedIn user you are.
In this fast-paced, high-tech world we’re living in, anyone interested in advancing their career or business is truly missing out if they haven’t stamped their brand online via LinkedIn. The facts are that most recruiters now turn to LinkedIn to assess prospective employees, and that most well-known organisations are using
So you’re ready to launch your job search are ready to market your LinkedIn profile. How do you start? Here are 5 simple steps you can take to begin showcasing your career brand via LinkedIn. Set up your job search email account if you don’t already have one and insert
Unify your message without rehashing the same old story… In all likelihood, hiring executives, recruiters, and HR personnel will Google you first and check out your online identities, especially your LinkedIn profile. Therefore, as you would do with your resume, make sure that it reinforces your professional brand and showcases
When it comes to resumes, LinkedIn profiles, and interviews, word choice matters. The right words will enable your documents to rank higher in Applicant Tracking Systems; they’ll also embolden your interview performance and empower you to communicate more powerfully. Novelist and blogger Chuck Wendig at TerribleMinds.com compares word choice to
Last time I shared with you the first five of the Top 10 ways you can assure yourself of little to no LinkedIn traffic. Now I'm quite sure that you want traffic, and lots of it, particularly if you are in or anticipating an active or passive job search. If
I see hundreds of LinkedIn profiles every week, yet the vast majority of them suffer from Goldilocks extremes – they either contain way too little or way too much information. Both can be deadly if you’re actively or passively seeking your new career opporunity or considering a job search. Here
In a highly competitive market, your brand sets you and your candidacy apart. If you're an executive to C-suite leader, your resume must leverage your career brand in order to position you for next-level opportunities. But how do you do so? There are 7 strategies you can employ to make