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The LinkedIn Direct Links List

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The LinkedIn interface is constantly evolving, with menu items and features moving like the staircases at Hogwarts. Some are removed, others are moved and some links are no longer anywhere in a menu. Save time, stress, and pulling out your hair with this list of direct links to hidden or old features, such as how to get back to your draft articles, …

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How to use LinkedIn Native Video

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Better late than never. LinkedIn is finally rolling out native video to the mobile app. Being a B2B and career platform, video adds another layer to your professional storytelling ability without having to create and publish elsewhere. Thanks to Koka Sexton for the heads up. From sharing video with updates, to attaching video as rich media, smart professionals and marketers have …

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LinkedIn + Coffee + 2 x 10 mins

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Success in business or your career is largely about relationships. The more authentic relationships you invest in building, the more ‘visible’ you become, and the more chance you have of receiving referrals and new clients. This applies to using LinkedIn, social media, emails, the phone and networking in person. When it comes to networking events, there is massive opportunity in …

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LinkedIn Profile Guide – Character Limits 2017

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When it comes to building your LinkedIn profile, it is important to optimise the online real estate to be found and followed by the right people.  But just how much real estate do you have to maximise your presence each section? Leverage the words and white space by firstly understanding the limitations of each section. Characters include any letter, number, symbol or space. When creating …

Time to Review Your LinkedIn Profile?

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Is your LinkedIn profile in need of an update? 15+ years on, are your roles written in a relevant way to your career now? How to craft your roles  Rather than listing the duties from your job description, write previous roles in relation to the outcomes you achieved, results delivered, and what you took away. Infuse keywords and phrases into your descriptions in a conversational …