How to Improve Your LinkedIn Profile and Presence (Infographic)

With more than 400 million users, LinkedIn is a prime place to connect with potential employers and employees. Nearly 9 out of 10 employers say they have hired someone via the popular networking site LinkedIn. But with only one chance at a first impression, certain elements of your profile, and how you use LinkedIn matter more than you may think. And little mistakes can cost you.

It’s all about the presentation. Are you presenting the right information on your LinkedIn profile?

Check out this infographic from Quill to avoid common LinkedIn mistakes (like using buzzwords or not customizing invitations) and ensure you have the most complete, professional profile possible.

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How to improve your linkedin profile presense




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