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Let your profile do the hard work for you

Recruiters and hiring managers can’t find or vet you without a complete and fully optimized LinkedIn profile. Let me help you show your career credentials and manage your online reputation, how about it?

Your personal email: is it professional enough?

✔85% of the US population are active email users – that is about 246 million people according to Digital Trends. ❌ There are loads of examples of email conventions that were developed years before: murph4578@aol.com btklfam@msn.com nba2015@yahoo.com It’s easier to continue to use the familiar…what kind of impression does that imprint on your potential professional …

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What about random LinkedIn invites from people you don’t know?

Strategically, you’ll want to create a wide but selective network.   More may be better–but not for the reason you may think.   LinkedIn algorithms propose and suggest people who are look-alikes from your current network. It’s up to us to decide if strangers without any link to our business is a good idea or …

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Need to strengthen your LinkedIn Network? Add these 5 strategic people to your connections

Building your LinkedIn network of professionals is easy if your strategy is clear in your mind.   It’s no secret that a strong LinkedIn network will open new doors.   It’s different for everyone, but most of us can benefit from getting to know five specific types of people.

Why your LinkedIn profile is crucial for recruiters

https://resumelinkup.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/Resumelinkup-19.mp4 In order for recruiters to reach out to you about a potential job, your #LinkedInprofile needs to be dynamic.   Our team at #resumelinkup can help you optimize your profile and earn your next interview. When done right, you can connect with top elite professionals and provide a way to earn trust, build a …

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Why use #LinkedIn to be a Standout Executive? by D. B. Wienke

How Executives Use LinkedIn

Many executives are paying attention to their careers in record numbers. A global technology executive shared that “I have ignored LinkedIn up to now. It wasn’t important enough, so I’ve got a bare-bones profile up. It seems many people are checking me out, and I am failing to impress them.” A CXO added, “I didn’t …

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The hard truth about soft skills

In an increasingly automated world, the essence of being human is becoming more important. Possessing and developing soft skills is valuable not only because of increased machine learning and AI, but because soft skills are transferable across industries if your career plan is to pivot. Recruiters and hiring managers can’t find or vet you without …

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How to engage better with a Recruiter via LinkedIn

https://resumelinkup.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/Resumelinkup-14.mp4 Here is an important tip for YOU! Making sure that you are able to be reached by recruiters is game-changing. Inserting your contact info on your LinkedIn profile allows for anyone to contact you about a potential job.

Why should I use LinkedIn for the new year?

Did you know Microsoft acquired LinkedIn in 2016? Integration of the two giants is already underway. For my #MarketingLeaders The internet gives us an unprecedented opportunity to use LinkedIn today for PPC advertising campaigns. Wouldn’t you rather use LinkedIn for your marketing effort?

Why Do I Need LinkedIn Recommendations?

You are vetted by others without your knowledge, who search LinkedIn to learn more about you and your online reputation. LinkedIn recommendations are permanent testimonials displayed publicly on your profile which validate your performance by professionals who know your work. This section can be very valuable for job seekers; think of recommendations as your references …

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