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The key to impressing viewers of your profile is to grab their attention with your engaging personal story. Follow these three steps to ensure that your profile reflects who you are and who you want to be.
#1: Set the stage - Tell a concise but compelling story with your summary and job descriptions.
Your career journey reveals what you care about, stand for and value. Before sharing that with the world, consider the audience you want to reach, what you want them to learn or do, and how you want them to feel.
Author: Ariella Coombs
Let’s say you’re interested in working for Company Techie but you don’t know anyone who actively works there. However, someone in your network DOES know someone who works there. How can you ask for an introduction without being super annoying? Here are some tips.
Your LinkedIn profile is the place to show off your greatest successes and future aspirations. It’s also a chance to make a good first impression, whether it’s with a future employer, current colleague, or a potential client looking at your past work before a meeting. Find out how you can create a standout LinkedIn profile.
How you present yourself online and what you say or share has the power to leave an impression on anyone you come in contact with. You can reap many rewards if that experience is a good one. Take steps to optimize your social media profiles and content so that they’re discoverable, shareable and therefore memorable.