Todays LinkedOut comic is about Naked and Partially Nude LinkedIn profiles. I include a list of the Top 10 (actually 12) Mistakes or Omissions. Did I miss any?
LinkedIn Profile Review
The Linkulator allows you to grade your profile and compare it to the Average LinkedIn user (at least of those who have completed it). It takes a couple of minutes and will provide you with a numeric score of your profile, display the average user score, and then it classifies your score and provides some tips on how to improve your profile.
When you created your account on LinkedIn one of the first things you probably did was to create a profile. Creating a profile is one of the more time intensive tasks you will do on LinkedIn. It’s a process that should never end. As your experience, knowledge and career progresses you should continuously update it.
LinkedIn is a great opportunity to present yourself. You can list a summary, details of past work history, your current employment, and other pieces of information. All of this can present a picture of you but by itself doesn’t convey credibility.
LinkedIn has built in features that help you establish credibility. All you need to do is a little extra work and credibility is yours to be gained. Let’s take a look at your credibility opportunities:
If you would like to grade your linkedIn profile the following tool will do that for you. Go to http://linked101.com/review.html and see how you score relative to the average LinkedIn user.
The Presence tool allows you to put a numeric score to how effective you have been in creating your profile, building connections, giving and receiving recommendations and participating in LinkedIn Answers. It also records your score and returns an average score based on people that have previously rated themselves. Now you can see how effective you […]