1. Keywords in your profile Search Engine Optimization is a key element on LinkedIn; if I can’t find you, I can’t hire you. Your profile on LinkedIn should be a snapshot of your background—that’s why it’s called your Linkedin profile, not Linkedin novella. And it’s those keywords that’ll make you pop up in my search […]
LinkedIn is the preferred social networking site for recruiters, according to people at Masters in Human Resources.
Some great stats on this infographic - and LinkedIn membership has risen fast since then (despite having levelled out a little in 2014) Here's an important stat: 97% of HR and staffing professionals use Linkedin in their recruiting efforts.
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