Julie Inouye

Posts by Julie Inouye

  • Tuesday Tip: Write a LinkedIn Message that Will Get a Response

    June 6, 2017

    Nobody likes not hearing back. So make sure to put your best foot forward with these simple tips to make your message a thoughtful one - it could make all the difference in getting you an interview, some advice, or finding your way in to a new opportunity. Do your homework. Make sure to review the person’s profile before you reach out so you can reference...

  • Weekly Roundup: Search for the Perfect Job, Apply in One-Click, and Message Your Way to Success

    June 2, 2017

    Another Friday, another roundup! This week’s updates are all about helping you find your way in to that perfect job: Looking for the one that’s juuuuust right. On the hunt for an entry-level design job based in Chicago? Or how about a sales role at a computer software company? Whatever your criteria may be, searching for jobs on LinkedIn is easy. You can refine...

  • Tuesday Tip: Make your LinkedIn Summary Count

    May 30, 2017

    The summary on your LinkedIn profile is one of the top things recruiters look at when viewing profiles, so here are a few things you can do to make the best impression: Tell your story. Think of your summary as your elevator pitch - how would you spark interest in just 20 seconds? Instead of a laundry list of your work experience, concisely share your passions,...

  • Weekly Roundup: Finding Freelance Gigs, Managing your...

    May 26, 2017

    Before you jump into the long weekend, check out the latest features and tips on how LinkedIn can help you stay ahead of the curve. In...

  • Tuesday Tips: How to Be a Job Search Ninja on LinkedIn

    May 23, 2017

    We’ve talked about rockin’ your profile, interview prep and the stealth job search, now let’s talk about how to use the next level job...

  • Weekly Roundup: A Glimpse of Top Companies, Meet Your Job ...

    May 19, 2017

    Time for your weekly dose of LinkedIn’s new updates and features. Top of the charts. Do you know which companies are considered the...