We’re all familiar with the “New Year, New You” types of resolutions that crop up as January approaches. For 2019, why not apply a twist to that concept: instead of vowing to refresh your wardrobe or raise the bar on your workout regime, try revitalizing your LinkedIn profile with fresh feedback…Start by identifying four people in your network whose LinkedIn recommendations would add important insights to your professional experience and highlight four additional people in your circle worthy of a little professional love.
With our bellies still full from overindulging at Thanksgiving, our minds immediately shift to the rat race of the holiday season. Black Friday. Cyber Monday. Did you get the best deal? Better hurry. Go. Go. Go.
Then, in the blink of an eye, it is January 1st and we are either burnt out from the holidays or nostalgic for how fast they always seem to go.
Instead of rinsing and repeating our typical patterns over the next thirty days, try something different. Here is my challenge to you: 3 new daily habits to slow down.
I had the fortune of being interviewed by the well-respected Will Richardson, based in San Francisco, on his Richardson Financial podcast. Below is a brief of what we covered. Listen and share!
• Lindsey talks about LinkedIn as a business tool and why it is so important to be relevant in today’s digital landscape. She shares insights about many of the recent LinkedIn changes, including specific recommendations to immediately implement.
• Lindsey shares great tips on how to build a strong LinkedIn profile and how to build an intentional network. She discusses with Will how to create a profile that stands out and why personalizing your outbound communication is so important.
• Lindsey gives her review on which LinkedIn subscription you should consider.
• Lindsey shares how she has worked with hundreds of financial advisors and managing partners and has a solid understanding of the compliance guidelines and use of Hearsay Social in the financial services industry. With that, she shares how we can work with her to build our profile, train us on how to use LinkedIn and/or bring her in for a speaking engagement.
With the new LinkedIn experience rolling out across the globe, we knew it was inevitable that some previous features would be dropped and other functions would still be there, but maybe in a different location. One of these features is the ability to do an advanced search and save your search. Saved searches were great to refer back to later, but also LinkedIn would alert you when new profiles fit your search criteria. Initially when LinkedIn began launching their new look, the ability to save searches only seemed to be available to LinkedIn Sales Navigator and LinkedIn Recruiter Lite subscribers. As of today…