Executive Resume & LinkedIn Profile Writing Service Reformation That Gets You Noticed!
December 9, 2020 – LinkedIn Etiquette for Managers, Employees, and Recruiters First tip: Don’t send a message with just “hi!”
LinkedIn has 660 million users–and that number continues to creep up. With that many people, it’s a fantastic place to network, share ideas, and even make new friendships. There are lots of options for interacting on LinkedIn, but some things people do may limit the usefulness of this career-focused social media site.
I spoke to a group of LinkedIn superusers. Many of them work as consultants, helping people maximize their effectiveness on LinkedIn. They gave me the inside scoop on what not to do on LinkedIn. I’ll help you out with what to do instead:
Carla Deter: “For the job seeker (and during these times it’s even more critical):
1) Venting about past or current work or colleagues
2) Posting or commenting strong opinions on touchy topics such as politics, topics of adversity, etc.
Each can have an impact on getting the interview, the job promotion, the job offer. A negative digital footprint can be irrevocable.”
December 17, 2019 – Don’t suspend your job search during the holidays
DEAR READERS: The holiday season is here, which means taking a break from your job search is a good idea since nobody is paying attention between now and mid-January, right? Employment/career search experts say that isn’t necessarily the case!
“I’ve been writing resumes and LinkedIn profiles for 7-plus years now, and my family knows very well the holidays are not a time I can just stop working,” says career search expert Carla Deter, owner of Executive Resume & LinkedIn Profile Writing Service in Washington, D.C. “Historically, many clients are reaching out right now, gearing up and getting prepared to continue their job search.”
Resume and LinkedIn Profile Writer Carla Deter Earns the Nationally Certified Online Profile Expert (NCOPE) Credential After Completing NRWA’s Training
WASHINGTON, DC, May 14, 2019 – Carla Deter, founder of LinkedIn Profile and Resume Writing Services located in the Washington, DC metro area (https:///www.LinkedInPro.CO) has been a career and resume writer for professionals and executives for more than six years, recently announced that she has earned the Nationally Certified Online Profile Expert (NCOPE) credential after completing the National Resume Writers’ Association (NRWA) second session training.
“While I have been writing LinkedIn profiles and resumes for some time now, the NCOPE training took my knowledge to a higher level,” said Deter. “The information-packed, five-week training provided me a deep understanding of all the latest best practices to help my clients unleash the power of LinkedIn for job searching and career advancement.”
Washington, DC, March 20, 2018 –(PR.com)– LinkedIn Profile Writing & Executive Resume Writing Services is excited to announce its sixth anniversary. Since its founding in 2012, the service has helped thousands of clients. The company offers a range of services including resume and cover letter writing, LinkedIn profile and LinkedIn company page writing while delivering personalized service with no writing mill mentality. They pride themselves on “consult with the owner – work with the owner.”
Our owner selected as 2019 “Ask The Expert” by The National Resume Writers Association (NRWA). How Does One Go about Getting Hired without Experience?
“Carla Deter, in a blog titled “Have you HUGGED your professional brand lately?” suggests placing a notepad in your desk drawer and pulling it out every time you recall or complete a huge project. She also calls online branding “your digital tattoo.” As you complete the inventory, think about how you’ll use social media tools like LinkedIn to promote your personal brand to your professional network.”
“According to LinkedIn profile writer Carla Deter, was the third largest group on all of LinkedIn in April 2014. It had more than 1 million group members by the end of the year.”
Did you know you can save your LinkedIn profile as a PDF?
Have you HUGGED your professional brand lately? 10 Must-Do’s!
The new year is almost here and with it, a chance to have the best of your career. Whether you’re self-employed or work for a small or large company, that will mean building and strengthen your professional brand.
10 Professional/Personal Branding Must-Do’s: The jury is NOT still out— LinkedIn is the bottom-line impact for your professional
5 ways to get started & connect on LinkedIn By Carla Deter
1. Create A Complete Profile
Having a sparse profile does not interest those who view it. Build it out with details of work experiences/projects etc. Also, a profile with a number of keywords to your industry will increase the views. Update your headline with keywords about you do (consultant, technology, sales). Fill in the summary section using the third person. Add ‘open to new opportunities’ at the top of the summary. Use all 50 skills available under the skill section.
• Forbes magazine: How to update your LinkedIn profile for 2017
• Forbes magazine: The six worst LinkedIn headlines
• Forbes magazine: 6 Career resolutions you need to make in 2017
CARLA DETER LinkedIn Profiles | Resumes | HuffPost Contributor | Bios | Job Search Materials
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How to present multiple positions in a LinkedIn profile
Carla Deter, the founder of LinkedIn Profiles & Executive Resume Writing Service in Washington, D.C., says she’s worked with many clients in similar situations. And while LinkedIn isn’t set up to accommodate more than one career (and in fact prohibits having a second profile), the platform “can be strategically manipulated to work for the dual position dilemma.”
It’s almost 2017 and I’m giving this away to you for free. I feel like I’m giving away a ‘secret’ but truly it is a ‘gift.’ Yes, it’s the questions I ask all of my clients that truly reveals…
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[VIDEO] As I’m sure you know many people are either having a love or hate relationship with the new LinkedIn User Interface.
You CAN go back to the old interface (if you want) but it may be temporary. It’s about changing the browser and the belief that an unsupported browser exists. So, here’s your chance to prolong the inevitable.
Watch the video for a full view of the steps below!
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