How can you use LinkedIn most effectively to get an executive job this year? LinkedIn is absolutely a powerhouse for executive searching. In the last 3 years, the platform has really come into its own. But it’s not the LinkedIn job boards that are helping executives get their next job. (Keep reading to learn what part of LinkedIn to use...)
How often should I post? What should I say? What should I be posting on LinkedIn?...
I’ve got a formula for you: out of every 10 posts, three should be your own content and six should be sharing other people’s content.
If you see a post you like and want to share, make sure it is consistent with the personal brand you want to portray. Your personal brand relates to how you want other people to know you or think about you before they meet you.
Hashtags will help you in the long run when posting your own content. If you don’t include
Today I’d like to address a topic that everyone seeking a professional position knows they should be doing, but so few do it effectively: NETWORKING. Specifically, how to conduct an effective informational interview.
This is going to date me, but do you remember that great movie with Alec Baldwin called "Glengarry Glen Ross?" If you do, you will definitely remember the concept of ABC - Always Be Closing.
Today, I’d like to introduce you to another way of starting an interview – whether it be a phone interview or a face to face interview with someone who has not talked with you before.