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The Ultimate Guide to a Perfect LinkedIn Profile

The Ultimate Guide to a Perfect LinkedIn Profile | business | Scoop.it

...Before we jump into these recommendations, let me make one more point perfectly clear. These are not necessarily recommendations for the perfect LinkedIn profile if you're looking for a job. I am writing this from my own perspective, as someone who is using their LinkedIn profile to connect with influencers, partners or prospects. I already have a business and I am counting on LinkedIn to help me grow that businessand reach more of their nearly 200 million active monthly users.

 

All of the recommendations below are just that, recommendations. Take 'em or leave 'em however you'd like. Each can be implemented by going to LinkedIn, logging in, clicking on Profile in the top menu and then clicking on the greyEdit button. This will put your profile in edit mode, and you'll be able to change anything you need to. You may also want to take advantage of LinkedIn's suggestions and recommendations by clicking on the blue Complete My Profile button. LinkedIn will ask you a series of probing questions designed to get your profile even more complete....


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Good write up

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Howard Fox's curator insight, July 8, 4:54 PM

A nice perspective about creating the perfect LinkedIn Profile.

Charlie Dare's curator insight, July 8, 9:54 PM

"Have you been trying to use LinkedIn to promote your business, only to be frustrated by the network's focus on resumes and jobs? Jayme Soulati shows how to optimize your LinkedIn profile for success."

Susan Fisher's curator insight, July 9, 9:57 AM

I like LinkedIn. It is professional, friendly and collegial. This is a pretty comprehensive guide to managing your profile. 

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The Ultimate Guide to a Perfect LinkedIn Profile

The Ultimate Guide to a Perfect LinkedIn Profile | business | Scoop.it

...Before we jump into these recommendations, let me make one more point perfectly clear. These are not necessarily recommendations for the perfect LinkedIn profile if you're looking for a job. I am writing this from my own perspective, as someone who is using their LinkedIn profile to connect with influencers, partners or prospects. I already have a business and I am counting on LinkedIn to help me grow that businessand reach more of their nearly 200 million active monthly users.

 

All of the recommendations below are just that, recommendations. Take 'em or leave 'em however you'd like. Each can be implemented by going to LinkedIn, logging in, clicking on Profile in the top menu and then clicking on the greyEdit button. This will put your profile in edit mode, and you'll be able to change anything you need to. You may also want to take advantage of LinkedIn's suggestions and recommendations by clicking on the blue Complete My Profile button. LinkedIn will ask you a series of probing questions designed to get your profile even more complete....


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Good write up

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Howard Fox's curator insight, July 8, 4:54 PM

A nice perspective about creating the perfect LinkedIn Profile.

Charlie Dare's curator insight, July 8, 9:54 PM

"Have you been trying to use LinkedIn to promote your business, only to be frustrated by the network's focus on resumes and jobs? Jayme Soulati shows how to optimize your LinkedIn profile for success."

Susan Fisher's curator insight, July 9, 9:57 AM

I like LinkedIn. It is professional, friendly and collegial. This is a pretty comprehensive guide to managing your profile. 

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The 10 Most Important Business Skills in 2020 (Infographic)

In just six years time, the skills you'll be looking for in star employees will be vastly different from those ideal in today's workers. Consider this your crystal ball.

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Change happens.

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Bonnie Hohhof's curator insight, July 7, 8:40 AM

Think about how this will influence competitive intelligence

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Sometimes it's better to let that business call go to voice mail; here's how ... - al.com

Sometimes it's better to let that business call go to voice mail; here's how ... - al.com | business | Scoop.it
Sometimes it's better to let that business call go to voice mail; here's how ...
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A few seconds of impatience can do a great deal of damage to your business image and your company's bottom line.
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I have done this before. Best not to talk if you are in the wrong mindset.

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