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6 Easy steps on how to take your LinkedIn profile from zero to all-star! Follow these tips to increase your visibility and personal branding across all of LinkedIn.

6 Easy steps on how to take your LinkedIn profile from zero to all-star! Follow these tips to increase your visibility and personal branding across all of LinkedIn.

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  • 1. How To Make An All-Star Profile Tips and tricks on how to make an awesome professional profile and get the most out of LinkedIn
  • 2. Intro Being an “All-Star” on LinkedIn means creating a profile that is complete, relevant and stands out from the rest. It’s not exactly rocket science but to have a stellar LinkedIn presence requires some training and understanding. In this presentation we will outline the basics of having a complete profile and some tips on how to use LinkedIn to its fullest.
  • 3. LinkedIn by the Numbers
  • 4. LinkedIn by the Numbers 225MTotal registered users
  • 5. LinkedIn by the Numbers 225M 77% Of all jobs are posted on LinkedIn Total registered users
  • 6. LinkedIn by the Numbers 225M 77% 50%Of users have an incomplete profile Of all jobs are posted on LinkedIn Total registered users Infographic
  • 7. What an “All-Star” Profile Needs Profile Picture An image is what people see first when viewing profiles on almost all content across the web. Use a professional and recent picture to represent yourself.
  • 8. Headline What an “All-Star” Profile Needs “A poor headline w ill render your article invisible.” Like an article headline, your profile needs to catch people’s attention and stand out. The 120 characters of your headline should be used as a description of who you are and what you do, not necessarily your job title.
  • 9. Summary What an “All-Star” Profile Needs The summary is a great place to introduce yourself on a personal level. Describe what you do, why you do it and what you’re passionate about.
  • 10. Skills Make sure your skills section is updated and lists your major and most important skills. It’s not necessary to list every skill you have, but simply what a client or friend should know about your capabilities. What an “All-Star” Profile Needs
  • 11. Experience Make sure you fill out your past jobs and experience. Listing relevant work experience shows depth and understanding of your industry and offers a way for people to connect with you over experiences you have in common. What an “All-Star” Profile Needs
  • 12. Education, Certifications & Aw ards Listing your education is a great way for past colleagues, or friends to connect with you. List your awards, achievements and certifications to let people know you’re passionate about what you do and an expert in your field. What an “All-Star” Profile Needs
  • 13. Digital Marketing Done Right Design Social Media Web Corporat e Gift s Thanks For Reading! Learn more about using social media for your business by visiting our resources page here.