FREE E-book Second Edition: Executive Branding and LinkedIn Profiles

by Meg Guiseppi on September 30, 2010

I’ve just revised and updated my free e-book, “Executive Branding and Your LinkedIn Profile: How to Transform Your Executive Brand, Resume, and Career Biography Into a Winning LinkedIn Profile”.

Click on the link or book cover to download it. Please note, the URL has not changed from the first to second edition.

No doubt about it, if you’re an executive job seeker, especially at the c-level or senior level, you must have an on-brand, keyword-rich LinkedIn profile, just to keep pace with your competition in the job market.

Recruiters and hiring decision makers routinely search LinkedIn using relevant keyword phrases to source top talent. And they’re checking out your LinkedIn profile if you’re a candidate of interest.

Don’t have a LinkedIn profile at all? Or your profile’s not completely fleshed out, branded to differentiate your unique ROI value, and designed to resonate with your target employers? Then you may be invisible to the very people you need to be positioned directly in front of.

Here are just some of the essential LinkedIn profile-building tips you’ll find in the e-book:

Resources to create your executive brand resume and career biography which form the foundation for a knockout LinkedIn profile.

Step-by-step instruction on best leveraging each section of your profile, from the professional headline down to the often neglected “Interests” section at the bottom.

How to make your professional headline, one of the most critical features of your profile, searchable and keyword-rich.

How to capture interest and generate chemistry throughout your profile.

Ideas to stay top of mind with your LinkedIn network by regularly refreshing your Status Updates.

How to make your profile 100% complete, so that it is more likely to rise to the top of LinkedIn searches.

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The 20 Most Common LinkedIn Mistakes

How to Get the Best LinkedIn Recommendations

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1 Meg Guiseppi February 20, 2014 at 6:09 am

Dawn, the link on the ebook title in the post will lead you right to it. Here it is again — http://www.job-hunt.org/guides/Job-Hunt-LinkedInEbook.pdf

Click on the link, or copy it into a browser window.

2 Dawn Sherwood February 19, 2014 at 10:58 am

Please send me your free Job Hunt ebook.

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