LinkedIn Tips Articles

  • williamarruda

    I have been working with LinkedIn since early 2012, exploring the importance of continuous career management. Along this journey we have found that spending just 9 minutes a day on your career management could help you get promoted, find that ideal job or help you become better at what you’re already doing. I’ve analyzed what realistically can be fitted into a daily schedule without adding stress or pressure. It is commonly known by educators and psychologists that the ability to…

  • Jodi Glickman

    Conventional wisdom says that an average worker has between 7 and 10 careers in a lifetime.  For the Millennial generation, that number is even higher.  Today’s workforce is mobile, global, and tech savvy.   With opportunities literally at our fingertips, it’s easier (and more acceptable) than ever to try one’s hand in a new field.  If you’ve been thinking about a career change, here are 8 tips to get started: First, ask yourself three key questions: 1.    Why are you…

  • Lindsey Pollak

    According to a recent LinkedIn poll, the single biggest job interview mistake people make is not knowing enough about the company to which they’re applying. With all of the research tools available on the Internet and elsewhere, it is now easier than ever to avoid this mistake. You should always visit a potential employer’s own website first. Then, for additional information and up-to-the-minute insight, proceed directly to LinkedIn Company Pages. A LinkedIn Company…

  • Monica Wright

    This is a guest post from Monica Wright, Community Editor at Search Engine Land, and moderator of Search Engine Land’s LinkedIn Group. – Ed For…

  • Aaron Bronzan

    We often make changes to LinkedIn to improve the experience based on feedback from our members. Today, we’re introducing two changes to the Profile that…

  • Lindsey Pollak

    We’re already a month into 2012 and most job seekers have given up on their lofty New Year’s resolutions. If you’re in this boat, don’t…