Your Search Score is how many positive results are about you vs.
negative on your first page. For example:
A full page of positive, relevant
results about YOU
A perfect score
(this is what you should aim for!)
A directory page- That lists your profile along with other people -
If you can find your profile
quickly when you click on the
link, then mark it POSITIVE
If you’re not easy to find,
mark it NOT ME
Our co-founder, Pete, is easy to
find in this LinkedIn directory so
he’ll mark it as positive.
someone Else’s Negative- That people could mistake for you -
Like our co-founder Pete, who was being mistaken for:
A criminal with the same name The REAL Pete Kistler, NOT a criminal
If you’re still not sure how to mark the result, click “Not Sure?”
If you don’t recognize the link, click to view it in a new window
GET YOUR SEARCH SCORE3
Once you’ve marked your first page of results, we’ll calculate your Search Score.
Don’t forget to share it with your friends!