To get the most out of LinkedIn you need to have a clear idea in mind as to want to want to achieve through using LinkedIn. You should then tailor your profile according to whatever goal you have set yourself. Here are a few examples:
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Rightly or wrongly, research suggests that the photo/headshot you use on professional social media channels and documents can make a real impact on how you’re perceived.
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The copy and content of your LinkedIn profile is arguably the most important factor. In addition to showing an overview of you as a professional and your background, it also provides a initial indication of your written communication skills. Regardless of what you are hoping to achieve from LinkedIn, you are selling yourself and you have to think of your profile as your sales pitch. Here are just a few of the things you need to consider.