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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Fill Form 2220 Profiles

Instructions and Help about Fill Form 2220 Profiles

Hi, it's Linda Rayner, of Linda Raynor Comm, career strategist, speaker, and coach. In this video, I'm going to teach you six tips on how to make a great LinkedIn profile so that you can get noticed by recruiters and hiring managers and literally become a magnet for new job opportunities. You may not realize this, but aside from your resume, your LinkedIn profile is being carefully reviewed by recruiters and hiring managers for the jobs that you apply for. So, if your LinkedIn isn't on point, you may not even make it to the first round of interviews. It's extremely important to pay attention to how your LinkedIn is being presented and that it represents the best possible version of you. Alright, so let's dive into LinkedIn tip number one, and that is to have a photo that sends good vibes. Aside from your name, your LinkedIn profile picture is one of the first things that recruiters and hiring managers look at as soon as they look you up on LinkedIn. You want to have a photo that's recent and of high quality. You don't want to be using any old or dark, grainy photos, and you definitely don't want to be deceiving anybody by using a photo from several years back. Make sure that it's bright, clear, and that you're smiling and looking professional. For the guys, perhaps wear a collared shirt and a suit jacket, and if you can, a tie as part of your LinkedIn profile picture. For the ladies, I would suggest wearing a blazer or just a nice fitted top that is appropriate for the office. Also, try to have a LinkedIn-specific photo instead of using a picture from a recent family wedding or some other occasion. The reason for this is because you...