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What makes a good LinkedIn profile that will attract recruiters?
Good question. Let’s break it down:
- Great professional head and shoulders photo. No pets or pictures of sunsets. The pets are unprofessional. The setting sun sends the wrong message.
- An “About” section that highlights your skills, experience, and successes. Write it to show prospective employers how you can benefit their organization.
- A snappy, descriptive headline regarding who you are. No titles or lame expressions like “seasoned executive.” That screams, “I am old.”
- A copy of your resume. Emphasize your experience, your skills, and successes
- Mini-case studies that describe a specific challenge, your strategy, and then detail the success. Be brief.
- A one-minute introductory video for recruiters and prospective employers. This can be powerful, but the quality of the product is important.
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