LINKEDIN HEADLINE IDEAS THAT DON’T SUCK
LinkedIn headline is the very first step to help your profile stick out from the crowd.
The good news is that your LinkedIn headline is one of the easiest and most effective areas that you can fix. If you haven’t already noticed, your headline will default to your current job title and company. For example, if you are currently a sales manager at the company Find My Profession, your headline will automatically read “Sales Manager at Find My Profession”. If you are going for boring and uninspiring, then make sure to keep your default headline.
If you actually want to get noticed and create a LinkedIn headline that doesn’t suck, then make sure to add something compelling and interesting to start attracting those recruiters!
Be specific but not boring – Tell people exactly what you do while captivating the reader to want to learn more. Add your specialty, industry focus, or whatever it is that you are most known for.
Add some personality – Don’t be afraid to spice it up a bit with a little bit of personality. Make sure not to go overboard and mention something unprofessional such as “Number 1. Wine Guzzler”
LinkedIn Headline Ideas:
Worst: “Sales Manager at Jewelry4You”
O.K.: “Sales Pro Specializing in Wedding Jewelry and Cosmetics.
Best: “Sales Pro Specializing in Wedding Jewelry and Cosmetics. Classically Trained Pianist.”
Alas, you now have a LinkedIn headline that doesn’t suck!
you stand out!
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What are your long-term career goals? Have you ever been asked this question in an interview? This may seem like an easy question, but in reality, the right answer might be tougher than you think. Don’t walk into an interview unprepared.
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Make sure the email is short enough that a person can read it without having to scroll down on his or her smartphone.
You see, nowadays, everyone checks their email on-the-go, which means most people have enough time to basically open a message and give it one glance. So, while your message may’ve looked short and sweet on your laptop, it could be tedious to get through on your average phone’s screen.
And as you know, the easier you make it for someone to read your message, the more likely it is you’ll get a response. Not to mention having to scroll for days doesn’t exactly scream “I won’t take too much of your time.”
This means that before you send that “perfect” message off to someone important, send it to yourself first and open it on your phone to make sure it doesn’t involve too much scrolling. And while you’re there, also take a look at formatting. What looked fine on your computer may not look so polished on the phone (I’m looking at you, email that suddenly is in six different fonts when I’m checking it on my iPhone)
This small extra step could mean the difference between radio silence and getting your foot in the door at your dream company.
- Find out what’s expected of you.
2. Focus on your opening and ending
3. Rehearse against a stop watch
4. Use PowerPoint carefully
5. Prove that you’re suitable for the job.
6. Conquer your nerves
7. Be engaging
“Tell Me About Yourself”
what you don’t know is the hiring manager is really testing your confidence, breaking the ice and seeing how you really market yourself.
Many people say we living in tough times it’s so hard to get a job.
To some extent I agree however, I say to them have you updated your Resume does it stand out?
With so many Resumes out there competing with how do you stand out from the rest of the pack?
Would you hire you?
Does your Resume Market you perfectly?
Does your resume tell the recruiter what you can bring to the table?
If you answered No to any of the above you need my Help.
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Sometimes it takes losing someone to make you realize the impact they left on you…
You may not even be close to them but they can do so with just a single memory…
Saddest part of all is this story will never be shared to them … cause time waits for no man …. quoting William Shakespeare…
I didn’t understand the depth of those words until now.
All we can do is make the most of your time, always make time for others. Let your life be just as impactable if not greater.
One of the hardest things to do in life. Is knowing when to let go and for years, I have struggled with this… and learning to accept this, not because I didn’t love the lord, but more because of what the apostle paul says in the book of Romans the things I want to do I find myself not doing, but what I hate I do. It takes allot to be able to stand your ground and know your not standing alone. What does it gain a man to gain the whole world and yet lose his soul. Face your giants like david and know your not alone.
Did you know? It does not matter what religious or non religious background you come from… Anyone with faith can move mountains …. I use to believe only christians could claim this God given promise in His infallible word … until I witnessed a non believer having great faith in the Healer and received a miracle of healing. YOU CAN MOVE MOUNTAINS!! If you just BELIEVE TODAY:-)