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The New LinkedIn Profile Overview
VIDEO: LinkedIn Profile Assignment Overview Please find further details, resources, the grading rubric, and the Assignment Tool in Module 2. Here are the key highlights from the video overview by time marker for you to jump to in the video: 1:02: About Your LinkedIn Feed: http://linkedin.com/feed — you are able to review the past 5-days of your feed with a free account. 1:57: LinkedIn Vanity URL e.g. www.linkedin.com/in/yourname — need to set your own up with your name? Heres a resource https://www.linkedin.com/help/linkedin/answer/87/customizing-your-public-profile-url?lang=en 2:06: LinkedIn Summary – This is where you should be editing your name, headline, location, current employment/academic role (as a student), and your brief bio summary. You will also have a minimum 250 words introduction about yourself this could include a paragraph and key points what your expertise/talents. Editing your name, headline, summary (bio) and media files 4:15: Linked Experiences: This is the section where you will include all of your work and employment experience with 3-5 bullet points for each role; please note any awards or include any media links if available to your organization/company you have been or are a part of. Detailing your experience matters! Editing your work/volunteer experiences for this part of your profile is critical as it is now the next prominent feature of LinkedIn 6:20 LinkedIn Recommendations this would a recommendation YOU WILL GET as you ask professionals who you have worked with to write YOU at least TWO (2) recommendations. These recommendations are written FOR YOU by other peers, professionals or supervisors and encourage these individuals to highlight your talents or experience you want them to speak to for this recommendation. Here is a resource for your recommendation ASK! 7:55 LinkedIn Interests Companies, Groups, and Schools: These are affiliations you have connections or interest in; 8:30 focuses on the required FIVE (5) Groups you will have to be part of and to have that conversation: www.linkedin.com/groups 9:15 Discussion & Conversation IN Your LinkedIn Groups: This is where you want to contribute to the conversation by posting a question, asking for advice, sharing a related resource, posting an article, etc. Your specific groups (and pending ones) can be found at My Groups: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/my-groups Please Take a Screenshot of this interaction, as many of these groups only allow viewing of the discussion IF you are a member. Here is HOW TO take a screenshot of this initial post and interaction: https://www.take-a-screenshot.org/ 11:30 LinkedIn Connections: Visit the My Network section to grow your network. https://www.linkedin.com/mynetwork/ You can do this via email; however, it is suggested to draft personal messages to connect with professionals in your current or future industry of choice. 11:48 Introducing Yourself To Make a Connection: Shares whom you can open a message to connect vs. the impersonal Connect button that sends an automated request. Make a good first impression by making sure you send a personal note of why you would like to connect. Pro-Tip: draft this in a Word document to ensure your grammar and spelling is correct, then Copy+Paste your introduction message for your potential LinkedIn Connection 12:35-15:02 Thinking Ahead: Professional Development Plans (Module 5) and Information Interviews with a Professional/Mentor (Module 6) by examining the Work section of your LinkedIn Profile. Here are a few areas to review and search in this Work section: LinkedIn Learning: https://www.linkedin.com/learning/ LinkedIn Salary https://www.linkedin.com/salary LinkedIn Jobs https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/ LinkedIn Groups http://www.linkedin.com/groups Jobs and where you can search for jobs, organizations, companies, and others within a given field or industry. This area allows for you to find your Groups and potentially connect to other features within LinkedIn, such as: https://www.lynda.com/ for professional learning Profinder a feature to sell or buy items Search for professionals individuals and organizations 15:05 Public Profile Settings: Editing your public profile tips and suggestion to log out to view what non-members or non-Connections might be able to view your profile. Have you viewed your PUBLIC PROFILE SETTINGS? You should: https://www.linkedin.com/public-profile/settings?trk=d_flagship3_profile_self_view_public_profile 15:20 Your FINAL LinkedIn Profile (Part 2) what to submit to the Assignment Tool; submit these via a Word or PDF document. Please include the URL to the profile and any screenshots INTO this file or document. Thank you!
How to Reply to a LinkedIn Invite without accepting
New video June 2016: Accepting or Ignoring are not the only actions you can take with a LinkedIn Invite. You can Reply without accepting yet. Here are the steps you need to use in order to do this. If you want to learn more, reach out to me @ http://www.burrissconsulting.com/blog
LinkedIn 101 series, Part 3 – Recruiting Platform
Presented by: Milos Stojakovic of Aliansa & The Sales Academy Serbia LinkedIn is No. 1 recruiting tool used by HR professionals. Whole 94% of recruiters use LinkedIn to to vet candidates, while 48% of recruiters use ONLY LinkedIn for social outreach. Enough said! Milos on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/milos-stojakovic-015b6552/
James LinkedIn Challenge Summary
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Linkedin training – Why businesses should definitely use Linkedin?
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How Do You Connect With Someone On Linkedin Without Email?
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