LinkedIn groups are often at the heart of engagement. Learn how to stand out in groups so you can make the right connections.
- I often refer to LinkedIn groups…as the heart of engagement on LinkedIn.…Of course, people like, share, and comment a lot…on personal and company posts.…But the most intense interactions can be found in groups.…Before becoming active in groups,…your profile should be in order.…And with being in order, I really mean it…that you should stand out…at least compared to your direct competitors.…Why is this so important?…Groups allow you to pop up on people's radar easily.…A mistake people regularly make…is that people believe that one person asking a question…in the group would be the only one interested in the answer.…
In reality, a number of people have the same question…or a similar one.…As soon as you start to become more active on the platform,…people will want to look at your profile…when they see you're providing a great answer.…They might say, "That is exactly what I was looking for.…Who is this, anyways?"…And then they look you up and check you out.…Because of the scale on which these groups are operating,…
- Upgrading your professional LinkedIn headline
- Specifying your contact information
- Aligning your personal, professional, and corporate branding
- Using videos to stand out
- Presenting your results, not your résumé
- Enhancing your prior experience
- Using rich media to share your experience
- Publishing content on LinkedIn
- Making your education relevant in a changing economy
- Adding personal touches to your profile
- Maximizing key words
- Creating an action plan to update your profile
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Get Started with the Essentials
2. Your Contact Information
3. Your Summary
4. Your Experience
5. Create Your Own Brand
Publish content on LinkedIn3m 13s
6. Skills and Recommendations
7. Your Education
8. Make the Most of Your Personality
9. Extra Strategies to Stand Out
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