What do you want to be known for?
Here are some quick wins to optimise your LinkedIn Profile
Does your LinkedIn Profile Look a bit tired? Do you want to fix it?
I have identified the Four Main Areas that we need a hand with. See below for my tips on how to get your profile optimized and help you stand out ina. sea of grey.
As a LinkedIn trainer, I have trained over 300 people to get more from LinkedIn and many more with my free resources.
By following the instructions set out on this page you'll have some tools to help you to optimize your LinkedIn profile.
The links take you to my videos and you can find more helpful videos on my YouTube Page.
Is your Photo Up to Date
People buy from people whom they know, like, and trust so you need to make sure that you have an up-to-date photo. You also need to make sure that you are filling the screen, looking at the camera and smiling.
What about your Banner?
If your banner is the default LinkedIn version, what does that say about you? Be inventive, think laterally, and maybe even spell it out. Your banner is valuable real estate and should not be ignored. Remember that 70% of people look at your banner on their mobile device so keep it clear
If you are looking for a job then make sure that you have means for people to get in touch easily. Add a Calendly link so that people can book a call. Don't forget your PERSONAL (not work) phone number. Make sure that your email address is not your current work email as you'll not have access when you leave.
Please reach out on LinkedIn if you need a hand and why not take my 5-day challenge? This is a free service to get you thinking about your daily habit. If you sign up you will receive an email and video every day for 5 days to kickstart your LinkedIn journey. If you want to create content then why not sign up for my Monday Nudge? This is an email I send every Monday with 5 ideas for content. Again, this is all free. Good luck and if you get stuck or want a hand, please get in touch. I love meeting new people and learning from your difficult questions.