You have probably also wondering why it seems like your LinkedIn doesn’t get views or contrary to what you have heard, it is not helping you get opportunities. If that is the case you are probably on the right spots. I will discuss 10 tips how you could make your LinkedIn Profile most remarkable, so it could help you to stand out and get more opportunities. You may not realize this but aside from your resume your LinkedIn profile is being carefully reviewed by the recruiter 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 therefore to pay attention to how your LinkedIn is being presented and that it represents the best possible version of you.

Here is 6 Tips on How you could enhance your profile

Tip 1 :  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 recent and of high-quality you don’t want to be using any older dark grainy photos. And you definitely don’t want to be deceiving anybody by using a photo from several years back. I recommend to my people to make sure that it’s right it’s 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 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 is you want to give the sense that you’re serious about your career so using a photos of any situation in any setting can cause some people to potentially question how serious you really are that’s why I say if you want to put your best self forward in your job search and in your career than that also applies to your LinkedIn profile photo.

Tip 2: Use appropriate headline

So I’ve seen different opinions on what people should put as their headlines. I’ve seen people say that you should have multiple description words that are high-value and high-impact but to be honest I completely disagree I feel that you should just put your job title as your headline. If you’re a senior financial analyst put that as your headline, if you are a finance manager put that as your headline. The reason for this is so that recruiters and hiring managers can find you easily. When they have a job opportunity and they’re looking for someone with your type of experience your title specifically then they’ll be able to find you.However if you put in all these complicated words and vague descriptions in your headline people don’t know what your title is and they don’t know who you are and what you do. I highly recommend using your job title as your headline.

Tip 3 : Have a what I can do for you oriented profile summary

A lot of people don’t even write a profile summary in their LinkedIn profiles. That should change because when you do have a profile summary it helps you to get noticed by Recruiters and hiring managers. The Buzz words that they may be looking up could correspond to your Profile summary. I recommend don’t want to just be talking about “you you you” and instead talk about what problems you help to solve.

Tip 4 : Make your Experience short and sweet

You don’t want to lay out all your details and your duties and your achievements on to your LinkedIn profile because that’s what your resumes for. Profile should just have your job titles there companies that you’ve worked at the exact months and years that you work in each of those roles. You might have one bullet point that kind of summarizes the overall responsibility within each of the jobs that you’ve held. The reason why you don’t want to lay out all your goods on the LinkedIn profiles because you want to keep the interest of the recruiter or the hiring manager. If they see that based on the titles that you’ve held in the company’s you’ve worked at that there’s a potential fit for an opportunity that they have on the go there’s a greater likelihood that because they don’t know everything about you by just looking at your LinkedIn profile they will then reach out to you and ask for your resume. And that’s how you then become a greater magnet for job opportunities

Tip 5 :  Show off your recommendations

A lot of people seemed to hesitate to ask for recommendations from their old managers or boss. I say get over that fear and ask for those recommendations. Simple way that you can get your LinkedIn profile to truly stand out from other profiles.

You want to make sure that again please recommendations are coming from people that you work for an old boss or manager.

As opposed to appear and the reason is getting a recommendation from appears fine. It’s still not as effective as if you can have it from someone who consider a reference and

Tip 6 : Put out your contact details

This is something that a lot of people forget to do. I say always remember to include some sort of contact information whether it’s an email address.

If you’re comfortable a phone number somewhere that is easily visible on your LinkedIn profile so that any recruiter or hiring manager that really wants to speak to you right away for an opportunity can easily find it and reach out to you.

So now you have it six major tips on how to make a great LinkedIn profile so that you can become a magnet for new job opportunities feel free to Book a Session with the Arkansas Top Headshot Photographer for Business People and Actors, so you could already doing Tip 1.