Experiencing problems using LinkedIn? Take a look at these issues, along with quick fixes for better job search results.
Hoping to attract attention with your LinkedIn Profile? You'll have a better chance if you change the site’s most critical piece of information – your Headline – from the default option of your current job title. Too often, LinkedIn users don’t take the time to change this default (which is automatically picked up when you … Continue reading 3 Ways to Avoid The #1 LinkedIn Headline Mistake
In 2015 and beyond, your success in job search will depend on more than a stellar resume and sharp interviewing skills. The often-overlooked component? Your social media presence. Whether you realize it or not, these top 3 social media sites (and your participation on them) can make or break your job search. Here's how to … Continue reading 3 Must-Use Social Media Sites for Job Seekers in 2015
Annoyed with the flood of "Congratulations!" notes on LinkedIn every time your work anniversary rolls around? Here's a simple fix: remove the Months on your jobs in the Experience section. Simply navigate to your current job on LinkedIn, click the pencil icon to edit the dates, and select "Choose" instead of specifying the month. Hit Save … Continue reading How to Stop Your Work Anniversary Notifications on LinkedIn