LinkedIn Tips Articles

  • who viewed my profile

    Everyday, millions of professional conversations take place on LinkedIn. LinkedIn is a powerful way to gather important professional insights and establish your expertise with people who matter to you. In fact, we found that members who share content on LinkedIn at least once a week are nearly 10 times more likely to be contacted for new opportunities than people who don’t share. Here are 4 easy steps you can take to join a professional conversation on LinkedIn today: 1. Share…

  • 5 LinkedIn Profile Tips Thumbnail

    Did you know that an average of 45 million profiles are viewed each day on LinkedIn? Your LinkedIn profile can be your ticket to a variety of new professional opportunities like partnerships, jobs, mentorships, volunteering or new business. On LinkedIn, you have complete control of how you want to be portrayed professionally to the world — whether it’s by showing how skilled you are in portfolio management or product design or by highlighting some of the most interesting…

  • Get the most from Pulse! We’ve compiled some tips and tricks to make your reading experience the best it can be. From source inspiration to section editing, the ideas below bring quality content even closer to your fingertips. Add (And Discover!) Your Favorite Sources Not only do we scour the web to find new and interesting sources to add to our catalog each week, we make it quick and easy for users to find sources outside of our collection as well. Tap Add Content at the bottom of…

  • New Skills New Year Thumbnail

    With the recession slowing down and jobs growing – people are resolving to focus on their career and move up after sitting back these last few years. In…

  • Nicole Williams

    Today the first official portrait of Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, was revealed in London. The duchess described the painting as…

  • Lindsey Pollak

    One of the old fashioned myths about job hunting is that you’ll never get hired in December. “People slow down for the holidays,” the thinking went…