Since it’s inception in 2003, Linkedin has continued to grow into the career social media platform, and career tool that job seekers, employers, and freelancers utilize in order to network on a professional level.
Early on, the website was pushed off with the “Oh no, not another one” mentality but, over time the importance of the site, and the growth potential of utilizing Linkedin has become obvious, and well worth at minimum a few minutes a day.
2015 has brought a lot of changes to the site, and in order to stay up to date, and remain searchable in a way that enables seekers to be found for the right reasons, users of the site have realized the importance of staying up to date, and current on the site.
Although many (At least on my feed) are utilizing it as another form of Facebook which annoys the living day lights out of me, other users like myself are using the site to post relevant and educational articles to their particular trade or, for recommendations of other professionals in their network.
Over the next few days I will be writing tutorials on the fundamentals of Linkedin, and hope you stay tuned to read, enjoy, learn, and further your own potential on the site as I learned that once I started utilizing Linkedin in all of the right ways that I had opportunity coming to me rather than having to go, and look for it.
When potential employers, and clients come to you – you are already ahead of the game in comparison of the competition, and that’s the way you want it to be. You want your chances of growth, and success in your career goals to be as high as possible, and as long as you do what you say you will, keep your character, and integrity high, and keep quality as your promise as I do – you deserve the success of your goals no matter how big or, small they may be. They are yours, and you deserve positive change, and growth.
If you have any questions please feel free to contact me, and if you need assistance in creating the best possible Linkedin profile that gets the results that you are looking for then please feel free to inquire.