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Your LinkedIn profile is not your resume. Your resume is your career history. It’s dull, boring and often task-based. Your LinkedIn profile is part of your business branding and a key driver of leads. It’s who you are, how you help people, and why you deserve to be noticed. A POWERFUL LinkedIn Profile tells your professional story in an engaging, high level manner.When you work with us to write your LinkedIn profile, we do not simply fill out the fields, copying and pasting your resume. Our mission is to strategically align your LinkedIn profile to your goals and target audience so you can reach your true potential. Our goal is to make sure you are 100% satisfied.Build a brand presence for your company on this growing professional network. We’ll help you utilize company pages, groups, employee accounts and more.
You don’t have to be clairvoyant to predict that the next big frontier for LinkedIn will be video. First, we know that LinkedIn takes a lot of its cues from Facebook. You probably noticed how much the new LinkedIn home page resembles Facebook’s look and feel.The future of social is video, and LinkedIn won’t be left behind. LinkedIn already allows you to embed videos in the summary and experience sections of your profile. Expect real-time video (like Facebook Live) to be the next feature enhancement. In addition to streaming video, LinkedIn (now owned by Microsoft) will likely integrate Skype (which is also owned by Microsoft) into the contact section of your profile —allowing you to connect with your network via video.
Another area where LinkedIn derives its inspiration from Facebook is in creating regular engagement. The most significant round of changes a couple of years ago was focused on getting people to check in with LinkedIn regularly. LinkedIn suffered from the binary mindset. When you were looking for a job, or something changed (like a promotion or a new degree), you would go into LinkedIn. Otherwise, it just sat there in the background. Your level of engagement boiled down to on or off. This prompted LinkedIn to incorporate some of their biggest feature enhancements ever – long-form publishing, endorsements, groups, Pulse, Influencers, etc. It spurred a major shift in how people perceive and use LinkedIn. Once your online resume, LinkedIn has been morphing into a tool to build your personal brand, do your job better, and support your company
LinkedIn purchased the app Refresh a couple of years ago and has not yet relaunched it. We loved the app before it was taken away. Its premise was simple: Link your calendar with LinkedIn and get a dossier on everyone listed in your calendar before you meet with them, making your meetings more fruitful. I anticipate a version of this will come back in a premium version of LinkedIn. This is just one way LinkedIn will integrate with your regular work activities. Another perk I anticipate is being able to deliver webinars from within LinkedIn to a subset of connections. Integration of your LinkedIn connections with your phone contacts will also make it easier to reach out to people.