linkedin tips to keep you on top

These tips are brought to you by our ambassador Shelly Elsliger. Shelly is a globally recognized Linkedin trainer as well as a career confidence coach. She’s known as a LinkedIn Super-Woman for a reason. LinkedIn is one of the fastest growing social media platforms and knowing how to use it effectively is a skill everyone can benefit from.

September 18, 2019

LinkedIn Pulse – Blogging on LinkedIn

Writing on LinkedIn is a great opportunity to be seen as a thought leader in your space. You can show off what you know about hiring practices, sales methods or marketing campaigns, and anyone who looks at your profile will instantly know that you know what you’re talking about. Some tips to get you started.
September 5, 2019

Create 3 Anchor Links

Under your Contact Info, LinkedIn gives you the option to link to a website or blog. But by default, the text that shows in your profile is the extremely dull “Blog” or “Website.” Anyone visiting your profile has no clue where they’ll end up if they click on that. Want […]
August 12, 2019

Use Keywords With Intent

Words are so incredibly important, especially when search is a big part of the equation on LinkedIn. Using the right keywords in your profile is the difference between being found and being invisible. Identify the words you want to be found for when people use LinkedIn search and use those […]
July 29, 2019

put a little more pep in your LinkedIn step

Recommendations are important on LinkedIn. These public recognitions of aspects of your professional success are a way to build your credibility and value. LinkedIn recommendations are easily verified. Whoever reads the recommendations can visit the profile of whoever gave it you and evaluate the source’s credibility.
July 17, 2019

social recognition matters on linkedin

Recommendations are important on LinkedIn. These public recognitions of aspects of your professional success are a way to build your credibility and value. LinkedIn recommendations are easily verified. Whoever reads the recommendations can visit the profile of whoever gave it you and evaluate the source’s credibility.