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Your LinkedIn summary should be around 3-5 short paragraphs, with a bulleted section in the middle.
LinkedIn’s 120-character headline limit is a prime piece of marketing real estate (marketing for yourself, that is).
Don’t be afraid to ask your LinkedIn recommenders to focus on a certain aspect of your character.
Writing “Following Up from Today’s Event” instead of “Following Up” in a LinkedIn message title may get a response.
Even if you’re not job-hunting, post one article on your LinkedIn feed each week.
Follow company Twitter accounts to get an early heads up on job openings.
Want to stand out to hiring managers? Create a 140-character resume.