LinkedIn can be an incredibly powerful tool for networking, expanding your contacts and even finding jobs, but it has its own unique etiquette land mines. Avoid these faux pas.
When you add videos to your LinkedIn status updates, you not only catch the eye of someone scrolling through the newsfeed — you also open up the door to a whole new branding and marketing opportunity.
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Office chatter is a normal part of the job, but it may have more of an effect on your success than you think.
A lot of people don\’t know how to use keywords to make their resume stand out, according to Susan Joyce, editor of job-hunt.org.
An online presence is an important way of networking, jobseeking, and telling the world about your professional life. It\’s possible to build a personal website in just a few minutes.
You may have connected your social media accounts to save time by only posting in one place, but it can make you appear irrelevant.
LinkedIn surveyed more than 2,000 professionals in eight countries and found that 35 percent report feeling anxious or frightened negotiating, 34 percent feel confident 10 percent find the discussion exciting and 10 percent are indifferent.
Those who don\’t know a \”poke\” from a \”DM\” could be in trouble when looking for a new job.
Here\’s a resolution to remember for job seekers: When posting pictures of that New Year\’s Eve party, remember potential employers may be able to see them, too.