These two graphics from Jobvite say it all.
You do need a
and you need to manage it!
Or as our favorite GradHacker, Kate Meyers Emery, says: “If you don’t someone else will.”
“A LinkedIn profile is eleven times more prone to be seen if there is a photo” says Kelly Keating, co-proprietor of Red Letter Resumes. Post an expert headshot with your face unmistakably obvious for best results.
“Be as dynamic as could be expected under the circumstances inside of your zone of aptitude. That could be joining applicable gatherings, remarking on articles, and doing what you can to become famous.” Advises Bill Fish of ReputationManagement.com.
TheCOM’s™ Six steps to managing your “Digital Identity” By Bethany Huot TPC & TheCOM™ founder
Manage your Digital Identity By Kate Meyers Emery MSU Alum and Co-Founder of GradHacker
Branding, Not As Painful As You Think by GradHacker, Kate Meyers Emery
A Beginner’s Guide to Establishing a Professional Online Presence By another GradHacker, Lesley McCollum
How to Tailor Your Online Image [For the Job Hunt] by Karen Kelsky, Founder & President at The Professor Is In (on ChronicleVitae.com)
Look Good When You ‘ re Googled: Creating and Optimizing Your Digital Identity by Amanda Izenstark
How to Write a Perfect LinkedIn Summary By William Arruda
Personal academic websites for faculty & grad students: the why, what, and how By Alex Bond
The Pub Club Official LinkedIn Group / Once you have a profile, what better place to start? Join now!
9 Reasons Why You Must Update Your LinkedIn Profile Today By William Arruda