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20 Success LinkedIn Tips

What does your profile say about you?

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20 Tips to Becoming Successful on LinkedIn – Refreshed and Expanded

1.  Treat your LinkedIn profile like a website:

Make sure it is formatted, clean, and free of spelling and grammatical errors.  I strongly suggest creating your LinkedIn profile first in a word document – not only so you can “catch” errors, but also so you can get a better idea of what your profile will look like on the LinkedIn website.  In some sections of LinkedIn you can also pull in bullets and special characters.  Alas – still no bolding or italics other than what LinkedIn itself formats. Another bonus, if you’ve already created your profile in a Word document, sections of it can easily be copied into other social media platforms to keep your branding unified.

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@lewishowes is the smartest LinkedIN user I know.

Proving it once again here.

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Step 1.  Create SlideShare.net Account and add application on LinkedIn
Step 2.  Upload a video to YouTube
Step 3.  Upload a presentation to your SlideShare account
Step 4.  Insert your YouTube link in the first slide of your presentation
Step 5.  Publish the SlideShare presentation on your profile

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The Facebook Cartoon Hoax.

When I saw the reports tying the Facebook profile pic change nonsennse to pedophillia, I thought “easier to believe than it stopping child abuse” :)

However it started, it’s harmless nonsense. You aren’t covering for pedophiles, you aren’t going to stop abuse, and you aren’t going to loose you Facebook account.

I did like the comment “Can I leave my profile pic the same if I promise to stop hurting children?” That just might be more effective. :)

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CHANGEYOUPRFILE PIC BACK TO NORMAL!! this cartoon thing has been set up by pedos using a registered charity thing to entice kids. Apparently on the 6th of december you will be kicked of fb if u hv cartoon pics. the more folk that put up the cartoon pics the harder it is for the police …to catch the sickos!!!
Of course the above message is utterly untrue. The whole cartoon profile picture has got nothing to do with any registered charity and Facebook have not announced they will be kicking people off Facebook for having cartoon profile pictures. Fabricated nonsense.

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