If there’s one thing you can do to enhance your employability, it’s making a name for yourself in your industry.
Maybe you are just starting out in your sales career? Or perhaps you’ve got years of experience – whichever it is, it’s never too late to push your personal brand.
Tip: Download our guide and see how LinkedIn can also help you build up more leads.
LinkedIn has fast become the platform for industry leaders to share ideas and network with like-minded individuals. It has also become the hub for recruiters to search for and speak with suitable candidates, making it the ideal online location to promote your skills. And, if used correctly, one of the more beneficial social media platforms to build up more leads.
Your personal profile on LinkedIn is essentially a CV. You can include information that demonstrates your skills, a summary of your role and your relevant experience. You can also activate a tool which allows recruiters to see that you are searching for jobs.
Although the old fashioned applying for a CV is still the best method (in our opinion), if you’re looking to move somewhere quickly, having another avenue available to talk to recruiters is always a bonus.
How should I use it?
So, you’ve created a LinkedIn profile, but you’re struggling to populate it. Need some help?
With the help of our Social Media Executive, and CV experts, CV KnowHow, we have put together a comprehensive guide about how to build your LinkedIn presence, and how it can help generate more leads.
Our guide will help you build up your profile, by providing you with tips on how to communicate, network, and maintain a presence with recruiters.
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