Published on March 14, 2014
6 Reasons to Go Public with Your LinkedIn Profile--Part 2 Amy L. Adler CEO
http://www.fivestrengths.comhttp://www.fivestrengths.com 3 More Reasons to Open Your LinkedIn Profile for Public Viewing • Remember: Linkedin gives you the option to hide, but why would you? • Allay your fears about sharing the connections you have built over the years. Image courtesy of Stock.xchng / hux
http://www.fivestrengths.comhttp://www.fivestrengths.com 4. Select What Others See When You've Viewed Their Profile • Hiding some or all of your profile can be catastrophic to your online connection. • In a virtual world your connections expect authenticity, you need to prove that you are a real person with a real career history and set of expertise. • If you remove this transparency, a hiring executive or recruiter searching for your expertise will pass you by in favor of another candidate who is willing to be more open. Image courtesy of pakorn / FreeDigitalPhotos.net
http://www.fivestrengths.comhttp://www.fivestrengths.com 5. Select Who Can See Your Connections • There are two schools of thought on generating first- degree connections. 1. You choose to connect only with those you know well. 2. You seek and accept connections from individuals whom you do not know but with whom a connection might be valuable down the road. • Either way, when you hide your connections, you remove the essential value of having connections from your profile and discourage people from connecting with you. Image courtesy of twobee / FreeDigitalPhotos.net
http://www.fivestrengths.comhttp://www.fivestrengths.com 6. Fearlessly Show/Hide "Viewers of this profile also viewed” Box • If your brand is authentic, clear, and valuable, you will never be concerned that others might leave your profile in search of one that better matches their needs--unless, in fact, there is another profile that better matches their needs. • You cannot control the needs of a company as it searches for the right executive. • You can control the message and the transparency of your own profile, giving a recruiter or hiring executive more reasons to connect with you and to reach out. Image courtesy of SOMMAI / FreeDigitalPhotos.net
http://www.fivestrengths.comhttp://www.fivestrengths.com Create a LinkedIn Profile that a Hiring Executive Cannot Ignore. • Call Five Strengths to learn how. Image courtesy of Suat Eman / FreeDigitalPhotos.net
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