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
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In this video above, Tammy Kabell is joined by her husband Brian Kabell to help you understand how people truly consume your LinkedIn profile and how to use LinkedIn's features most effectively to get the best response from decision-makers when looking for a job.
I review a lot of resumes and LinkedIn profiles every week from people who want to work with us, and today I’d like to boil down the three core elements that most all resumes and online profiles are missing; these three things are essential to getting an employer’s attention and helping job seekers become happily employed with their perfect company.
Urban myths exist in all topics. There are even myths about the executive job search. Go to any networking event or speak with a fellow job-seeker, and you’re sure to hear a few myths about how to find an executive position. If you believe everything you hear about searching for an executive job, you might make the job search process more difficult than necessary.
For job seekers, LinkedIn is not just your online resume. LinkedIn is also a powerful research tool that can connect you to groups, companies, and most importantly, employers.
I receive a lot of questions about how to use LinkedIn and your profile to the best of its ability. LinkedIn is essential to reach decision makers and employers. That said, it’s important your profile is compelling and tells your story.
If you ask an HR manager or recruiter what they’ve found to be the most effective way to find qualified candidates, I bet they’ll tell you through referrals. In fact, that's what they tell me.
Last week I discussed steps 1-3 of the 5 steps to communicating your “one big thing”. When you’re talking to employers, recruiters or anyone you’re networking with, these 5 steps will help you actively communicate the benefits you will bring to a company from hiring you.