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How to Make Your Executive LinkedIn Profile Stand Out

Utilizing LinkedIn to its fullest extent is important for professionals at any level. Whether you’re looking for a new job actively or if you simply want to boost your brand, seeking assistance from a LinkedIn profile writing service is never a bad idea. Most executives today have a LinkedIn profile, but not all of them… Read more »

Predictive Analytics and Your Career

“While not new, predictive analytics is an important factor in assessing a candidate’s fit and potential. What is new is its accelerating use in corporate America as a means to filter candidates in and out of consideration long before any personal assessment is made.” — Lou Adler Lou Adler is a regular contributor to LinkedIn… Read more »

LinkedIn Has A New Tool To Use

LinkedIn’s popular “Who’s Viewed Your Profile” just added a new feature: “How You Rank”. It provides a lot more insight on the way you stack up in this essential network, and that’s good because it also provides suggestions for improving your ranking. I sure hope you have a profile on LinkedIn because, if you don’t,… Read more »

Are You Adding To Your Authority?

One of the ways to improve your online brand is by being active online in ways that focus on your professional arena. You can start out by using search engines to find news in your field, but you can also find niche communities of your peers and connect on social media sites like LinkedIn, Google+,… Read more »

Don't Waste Your Profile Pic On These Things!

The photo you use for your profile on social media and professional sites is prime real estate. This is the face of your online brand, right? This picture is what comes up on an internet search by a potential employer, colleagues looking at your LinkedIn profile, and networking contacts. People are normally visually-oriented, and that… Read more »

What's Keeping You Out Of A C-Level Career?

Sometimes, all that is keeping you out of a c-level career is your online brand. Other times, it is your resume. Often, it is both! If it has been years since you tried to find another position, you need to understand that things have really changed. You may be great at the face-to-face networking that… Read more »

Prepare Your Teen For First Job Expectations

It isn’t summer yet, but it soon will be time for the teenage job market to open up for high schoolers looking to start their working careers. Even though these first jobs will probably not become careers, there are a lot of ways the first job does shape the habits and expectations you have about… Read more »