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How to set up Linkedin profile

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How to set up Linkedin profile

Set up Linkedin Profile

How to set up a Linkedin profile

it is important to have a Linkedin profile, and this article will show you how to set up a Linkedin Profile. Recruiters and hiring managers use LinkedIn to search for candidates. So, if you don’t have a presence on the site, you won’t come up during searches. Having a LinkedIn account also means that you can use the site to research companies, interviewers, recruiters, and hiring managers, which is helpful before submitting applications and showing up to interviews.

 

Step by Step

Create a compelling and professional LinkedIn profile by following these steps:

Step 1: Always upload a professional photo when you set up a Linkedin profile

Linkedin recommends you upload a photo that looks like you on a daily but professional basis – your hair, glasses, makeup, and so on. This will allow your connections to recognize you.  Group photos are a no-no. You should be the only person in the picture.

A full step by step tutorial on how to upload your photo can be found here

Step 2: Add your Linkedin Headline

A LinkedIn headline is the section at the top of a LinkedIn user’s profile where they can describe what they do in 120 characters or less. This brief description appears next to the user’s name in search results.

You can use the headline to indicate your current or most recent job. Linkedin will usually do this for you.

A step by step guide on how you can edit your Linkedin headline can be found here

Step 3: Write a summary or “About” section

The LinkedIn summary or “about” section gives you a chance to strengthen your profile by adding some personality, optimizing your search terms, telling your career story, and having a call to action from readers.

A step by step guide on how you can edit your Linkedin summary or About section can be found here

Step 4: Describe your experience

The objective of the Experience Section of your LinkedIn Profile is to give visitors to your profile information about your past & current positions.

A full guide on how to Add, Edit, or Remove a Position in Your Profile’s Experience Section can be found here

Step 5: Connect with contacts after you

set up a Linkedin profile

Your Linkedin Profile is only as effective as the contacts you have. The more people you’re connected with, the wider you’ve cast your net for opportunities,

You can follow this tutorial on how to add contacts to your Linkedin profile.

 


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