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Why do I need LinkedIn recommendations with my “free account?”​ (updated 2020)

Here’s why. You are vetted by others without your knowledge, who search LinkedIn to learn more about you and your online reputation. According to industry sources, hiring managers are heavy users of LinkedIn, even if you’re not actively looking for a new position. Did you know: 87% of recruiters use LinkedIn specifically to find candidates …

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Job Seeking? How to Get Your Resume Viewed by Ruthless Resume Bots (ATS)

Waiting to hear back after submitting a job application isn’t a pleasant feeling. What’s even less pleasant is the feeling that your resume got overlooked. And you don’t know why because you’re ideally suited for the position. Why was my resume rejected? Something as simple as using a certain font or margin size can eliminate …

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5 reasons LinkedIn improves CEOs’ social reputation premium

LinkedIn has continued to win the social media preference for senior leadership over the last few years. The research from Weber Shandwick finds that eight in 10 CEOs (80 percent) are now engaged online via social media, a rate which has more than doubled since Weber Shandwick first began tracking the social activities of CEOs. …

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LinkedIn FREE account: get smarter people search results with Boolean logic on LinkedIn

Sometimes only a couple of hits emerge from a LinkedIn search when you need as many as possible. Here’s how to use the right modifier for your LinkedIn people searches.

Bewildered with the new user interface for LinkedIn? The Power of One Conversation in 4 Easy $teps

Updated: May 5, 2017 There are 500+ million interested professionals on LinkedIn, some who have tinkered with their profile but not attracted the right connections. Some have amassed sizable networks but haven’t earned new business. The idea that someone knows you, trusts you, and works with you, is not new. It’s 1,000 years old, but …

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