Category Archives: LinkedIn

Change One Word – Triple Your Chances of Being Found

One of the cornerstones of The Portable YouTM approach to career and work search is that you must describe and advertise yourself using the same language your potential customer uses. At the simplest level, this doesn’t involve analytics or expensive SEO … Continue reading

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No, Really: Please Don’t Endorse Me!

Click Happy? Don’t Endorse What You Haven’t Experienced LinkedIn endorsements are built to be cheap. Any first-degree connection who is click-happy, intimidated or fooled by the LinkedIn prompt panels can endorse ALL of your professional skills – including some that … Continue reading

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The LinkedIn Headline Trap

Do you suffer from progressive LinkedIn Headline Degradation? One week your headline says “Manager, Big Important Project, Acme International”and the next it says “Unemployed, Looking for Work” and finally “Will Work for Food”. Or something needy to that effect, accompanied … Continue reading

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