In my opinion, the most powerful social media profile you can use is the LinkedIn profile. Most powerful that is, if you are looking to do more business and/or achieve your professional goals.
And since it tends to rank well on Google for your name, people will read your LinkedIn profile when they want to do research on you, your product, service, or company. In other words, what you say on your profile will have an impact on the amount of business you do on LinkedIn.
Here are 7 ways to enhance the copy on your profile to ensure that you get everything you want from LinkedIn...
What’s the most valuable outcome of your college years? If you think it’s your degree, you’re only partially right. Beyond the knowledge you gained in school, your alumni network is one of the most important benefits you earned.
This week’s #LinkedInChat is for anyone out there who has questions about LinkedIn that never seem to get answered. Actually – the next few weeks will be about that! So bring your Questions and your to our Chat Tuesday night at 5 PM PST!
The boundary between social and professional networks has blurred in the last couple of years. On one hand, LinkedIn has introduced several social features and continues to gain momentum as the world’s largest social community of professionals.
This is a part of our continuing series on engineering and analytics at LinkedIn. If this isn’t your cup of Java, check back tomorrow for regular LinkedIn programming. Else, check out our Engineering Blog for more. - Ed.