Articles about LinkedIn
5 tips to nail your LinkedIn profile like a boss
Because LinkedIn serves such a different purpose than its more “social” social media counterparts, it comes with its own set of rules.
Prepare your inbox, LinkedIn is adding a voicemail feature
The social network for professionals announced that it is introducing a new voicemail feature for its mobile app for iOS and Android.
This new LinkedIn feature makes networking so much easier
There’s nothing worse than when you are at a networking event, meet an amazing contact you want to stay in touch with, go to hand them a business card from your bag and realize you’re out.
From boring to beneficial: How to handle a slow day at work
A boring work day doesn't mean you can't get anything productive done, so I’ve laid out a few tips and tricks to help you successfully cross the finish line of a slow day.
How to instantly improve your LinkedIn profile headline
There is a proven LinkedIn profile headline formula that isn’t about catchy taglines (“The pro you’ve been looking for”) or meaningless buzzwords (“Innovator, Influencer, Omnipotent”) — but ACTUALLY increases the number of searches you appear in and leads to more profile clicks.
LinkedIn Jobs will help you track your potential commute times
When it comes to work, we all know that getting there is half the battle — which is why a new feature could come in handy. LinkedIn announced that its new "Your Commute" capability will let users see how long it'll take to travel to a position as they scour LinkedIn Jobs on their mobile device.
Survey: Number of teens using Facebook plummets since 2015
Your teenager might ditch Facebook soon, if they haven't already — recent research from the Pew Research Center found that 51% of Americans age 13 to 17 report using the platform, down from 71% in 2014-2015, when it was the most popular social media platform surveyed.
Why social media could be your secret weapon to scoring that next job
It’s not common to think that social media and job searching go perfectly hand in hand. In fact, many people keep their accounts private “just in case.” While we agree that you shouldn’t be posting your fourth time doing a shot-ski to Instagram for the world to see, if you’re smart about how you use social media, it could help you score your next job.
8 signs you’re using LinkedIn totally wrong
You surely know by now that LinkedIn is one of the best networking, job search, research, and general professional growth tools out there. But how do you know if you’re using it right? Or maybe the most impactful, even if dramatic, way to think about it: How do you know if you’re using it wrong? Here are 8 signs that you’re using the platform incorrectly.
What your LinkedIn profile says about you and how to improve it
Given that LinkedIn is playing a bigger and bigger role in the job search these days, here’s what you should know about what your LinkedIn says about you:
How to “clean up” your social media presence before a job search
Let’s take a look at what you can do to prep your social media profiles for a job search, which might entail a background check or a critical look at your online reputation.
These are the cities gaining and losing the most workers right now
Where have all the workers gone? According to the monthly LinkedIn Workforce Report for April which looks at hiring, skills gaps, and migration trends across the country, and insights into localized employment trends in 20 of the largest U.S. metro areas, workers are flocking to certain cities. The data was looked at through a state tax burden filter, but the report found that job opportunities and affordable housing were the main reasons people were migrating to certain cities. Let's take a look at the cities everyone is flocking to and the ones people are fleeing fast.
If you use one of these photos on LinkedIn, employers won’t take you seriously
There are a whole lot of ways your profile photo on LinkedIn can go wrong. Here's what not to do when it comes to selecting your image.
Report: Major companies excluding older workers from job ads on Facebook, Google, and LinkedIn
If you're above a certain age, you may not be seeing job ads from dozens of the nation's top employers — including Amazon, Verizon, UPS, and Facebook.
5 ways you’re setting yourself up to fail on LinkedIn
Your LinkedIn profile might be one of the first things a recruiter sees about you, so don't make these mistakes.
An Apple alum wants to help white-collar workers find hidden jobs
ExecThread is a members-only job board site for executives. Once you get approved, it lets other on its platform anonymously share job leads.
Facebook wants to help you find your next job
Facebook is muscling into the online job-search marketplace. Now if only you could keep their bosses from seeing your embarrassing photos, too.
5 words upper-level Fortune 500 employees use to stand out on LinkedIn
A study of 750 LinkedIn profiles of workers at Fortune 500 businesses, showing the top words included include "leader," "strategic," and "innovative."
What to do when you don’t want to give a LinkedIn recommendation
Here’s how to know when it's the right move to decline giving someone a LinkedIn recommendation — and how to excuse yourself without causing offense.
STUDY: Men puff up their successes on LinkedIn, while women undersell themselves
New analysis: Americans are the smiliest people on LinkedIn
Nothing beats a broad, friendly smile in the professional worlds of America.
A man’s naked picture on LinkedIn is at the center of a lawsuit
This is bad.
New case shows you have to check your LinkedIn contacts after leaving a job
Your professional network on LinkedIn is not always your own.
Laszlo Bock, Google’s work guru, starts new company that may be a ‘LinkedIn killer’
Is this the 'LinkedIn killer' of myth and lore?