LinkedIn is a professional network with more than 175 million members and about 62 present of them are users located outside of the Unites States. LinkedIn is available in nineteen different languages. The platform of this network is constantly visit by potential recruiters as well as potential employees that chose to browse “professional oriented” topics and the latest trends in the business world.
The PR daily recently blogged about the four secrets that will help LinkedIn users to stand out and to get people to visit their blogs.
The article says that users who post at least once a week are more likely to get feedback from a recruiter for new opportunities. However, they also advise to not over post. To keep it clear and professional. More over, scheduling a time for posting is one of the secrets that will create a habit for bloggers and their audiences.
Another suggestion is to upgrade your profile picture to eliminate bias and to engage your followers.
Interesting and professional posts are the once that get a better outcome. Do not be a Debbie Downer and post about your personal issues. There are other social networks where this information can be shared. Limit yourself and post relevant information for your network. Follow companies that will be interested in your work. And as another blogger comment in this article, it is important to send a shot message to reminding the company, where you meet. This comment is key when a user want to stand out.
Remember that LinkedIn has many features that will help your profile to stand out and look professional. Consider this tips and leave everyone behind you.
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and here is the official link of LinkedIn for further information on the social network