10 simple tips for a successful professional LinkedIn profile

10 simple tips for a successful professional LinkedIn profile
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LinkedIn is the world’s largest professional network on the Internet!
If you decide to set up your professional page on LinkedIn yourself, you must follow some “unwritten rules”.

1. Use your real name
2. Upload picture. Use a portrait of yourself (no company logo)
3. Complate your profile 100%, add all your education and employment information (don’t miss any work experience, make sure there are no long gaps in your curriculum)
4. Make sure that you manually edit your headline (make sure you use your keywords)
5. Include your website/blog links
6. Complete your summary
7. Get connected (add all of your business contacts, invite your existing email contacts)
8. Solicit for recommendations (colleagues and friends)
9. Connect with groups, join and participate (make sure the information you post is relevant and accurate)
10. Connect with targeted businesses (follow their company pages, comment and share)

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Never too late!

Many under 13’s use social network sites (although Facebook’s Statement of Rights and Responsibilities requires users to be at least 13 years of age to creat an account). Is that mean some of us could be too old for Social Media?

Well, if you ever heard about the oldest facebook user, you wouldn’t think! Maria Colunia Seguar-Metzgar was born in 1907, now she has 85 friends on the social network.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2223363/Oldest-Facebook-user-Maria-Colunia-Seguar-Metzgar-105-claims-unofficial-title.html

 

Social Media has changed the way people connect and share information. If you still just thinking about getting online with your business or if you think to have a simple business page on facebook is enough to reach your potential customers and you might can avoid connecting with other sites, consider this:
Your consumers use facebook, twitter, google+, LinkedIn, MySpace, Pinterest, LiveJournal, Orkut, Ning, Meetup, Badoo, just to mention the most populars (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_social_networking_websites
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Should you use them all already? How can you decide about where you want to show up, which are the most important and relevant for you personally, and for your business? “Be where they can find you!” is easy to say and it can be exhausting while you have to look after production, development and finance in the same time.

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PR, marketing, events, communication on the Costa del Sol

I finished my studies at College of Communication and Business in Budapest (Hungary), on the academic specialisation of communication and media science. My chosen specialization was Corporate and Institutional Communication. The main topic of my thesis was the motivation within the organization.
First I came to the Costa del Sol more then 4 years ago with my friends to work here during the summer, but then I couldn’t go back to Hungary for good, ’cause I felt I am home already. I had some unfinished responsabilities there so I was moving back and forward a couple of times till finally I moved here 2 years ago.

I’d like to work in an area, where I am able to make good use of my technical knowledge in Marketing Communications, and I may expand my experiences. I would be able to help the work of a creative group with my existing knowledge and I would love to be near the fire as part of a party and event planning and organization company. I’m responsible and I like to work independently as well.

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Please contact me with any PR, marketing, event planning jobs! 🙂