LinkedIn Profile Writing Services
LinkedIn isn't JUST important to your job search, it's VITAL to your search. In many ways, LinkedIn is the new resume.
This is why we apply advanced writing and marketing strategies to elevate and improve the LinkedIn pages we write. This means you'll get better results with us.
We focus on 3 key areas:
First, we write keyword-rich LinkedIn summaries. This is important for outlining the skills, career successes, and professional career brand of our clients.
Second, we maximize the LinkedIn skills section. Since LinkedIn is very keyword driven, we leverage the skills section so you get better results.
Third, we utilize calls-to-action to generate job leads from your profile. Like other marketing material, your LinkedIn page MUST draw action. We do that for you.
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Downloadable LinkedIn Guide
In addition to our LinkedIn profile writing services, we provide a copy of the Jobseeker's Guide to Getting Started With LinkedIn. With this guide, you get:
- Best practices for contacting recruiters on LinkedIn
- What to do once someone has viewed your LinkedIn profile
- Key LinkedIn facts
- LinkedIn features to help you build your network faster
- How to effectively connect with potential employers
- Techniques for messaging recruiters on LinkedIn using InMail
Why LinkedIn Is Important In Your Job Search
Once upon a time, attending networking mixers, industry events, and Chamber of Commerce meetings were the best way to make new connections and build business relationships.
Now, these activities have moved online within the LinkedIn community.
Much like networking in person, professionals interact on LinkedIn with the explicit intention of making business connections.
With LinkedIn, you get all the benefits of networking in person, with less of the hassle. Instead of going from business lunch to business lunch hoping to meet people, LinkedIn provides a platform for you to specifically search and research individuals who you know will directly add value to your job search.
Employers and recruiters use LinkedIn to locate both active jobseekers and those who aren’t necessarily looking (passive candidates).
They also use LinkedIn to vet job candidates before making an interview invitation or extending a job offer.
LinkedIn also allows candidates to create an online portfolio of their accomplishments — the latest update to LinkedIn’s profile format (rolled out in June 2014), has a strong visual emphasis, facilitating embedded video, links to content posted elsewhere on the Internet, and the ability to create highly shareable, long-form content in the form of LinkedIn’s “Publishing” feature.
LinkedIn allows you to identify, research, contact, follow-up, engage, and maintain your contacts in one place. Its ability to facilitate business networking is unmatched by any other social network.
Essentially, your LinkedIn profile is a resume, business card, and elevator speech all rolled up into one.
However, your LinkedIn profile is not your resume. LinkedIn is a personal branding page.
You need both a resume and a LinkedIn profile, and they should be in sync with one another, but not be exact copies.
The information on your resume should match your profile (in terms of positions you’ve held, your educational credentials, etc.), but the content you include on your LinkedIn profile will be different than what is included on your resume.
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