I have been using Linkedin for some time now and I often notice individuals making the same mistake - creating a profile just for the sake of creating a profile. I had assumed that these people never stopped to think about the purpose of their profile and how they planned to benefit from this resource. I needed to know how a successful LinkedIn profile was structured, so I spent hours scanning top rated profiles and reading a vast amount of blogs discussing the ins and outs of networking on LinkedIn.
When I came across the highly rated profiles, I messaged those individuals in hopes of gaining some insight into the meaning behind the structure of their pages. Surprisingly, I found that each of the individuals I spoke with had three things in common that they had established before creating their profiles. Thats right, there are things you should know before you start your LinkedIn page to be most beneficial!
I have thoroughly brainstormed to establish these points pertaining to my profile and as a result, I have significantly increased the amount of connections I have over the course of the past two years.
Whether you’re still in the midst of getting around to creating a profile or you’ve been established on LinkedIn for a while, I guarantee that following these three steps will enhance your profile and grow your network.
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