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- Include a clear, engaging and detailed summary in your LinkedIn profile. No more than 300 words but no less than 100; try and give a compelling account of your career so far, achievements and goals. Also remember to list your interests as well as vocation; a corporate head-hunter may be on the look out for passion as well as skill.
- Do not take the experience section for granted. Be detailed and write as if it were a CV or cover letter. Take the time to list every job and experience that has shaped your career, not the odd jobs. We have all had that summer job to keep us busy, leave these sorts of entries out of your experience section.
- Endeavour to list your skills, LinkedIn introduced this feature in 2011 allowing people with similar skill sets to connect and get linked in. From there you can have friends, classmates and former colleagues to endorse your skills. Do not forget head-hunters are always watching, they want to know your skill set and your colleagues endorsing your skills is a stamp of approval.
- Do not be afraid to reach out and connect. LinkedIn was made so as to bring career-minded individuals together, giving you a space for constructive networking. There is still a debate on LinkedIn add etiquette, some individuals wish to remain private and only connect with people they know. However according to Forbes contributor Dan Schwabel, you appear more influential and competent when you have over 500 connections. If a Forbes man said it, we will not argue!
- Post relevant content; showcase your skills to your followers, do you write? Do you design? Show your followers that you are an active and dynamic individual worth hiring, and also keep your connections up to date on your voluntary work, skills and networking activities.
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