It’s decked out with your photo, experience and skills—along with a recommendation or two. You think it’s good, but then you stumble across someone whose
profile is really impressive and you realize just how inadequate your LinkedIn profile is.
From a snappy headline to your custom URL, the use of keywords and strong descriptions for each of your previous jobs, a fully optimized LinkedIn profile
is a thing of beauty.
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Whether you’re using it as a networking tool or to find your next job, there are certain best practices that everyone should follow to ensure that your
professional face online is as impressive as possible.
Where should you start? Check out this LeisureJobs infographic for a step-by-step guide of LinkedIn best practices:
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