13 Ways To Know If Your LinkedIn Summary Is A Winner Or A Snoozer

First impressions have gone digital. People are learning about you online before they ever shake your hand. Your LinkedIn summary has a huge impact on your success. Does yours make people want to get to know you or does it bore them to tears? Learn how to evaluate your summary by asking yourself these questions.

Source: www.forbes.com

Aren’t you happy you saw this article?! Isn’t it good to get insight into how you are being perceived? The best aspect of this article is that it’s more than information, it’s an exercise to that will help you construct a winning resume summary which will not only help you on LinkedIn, but on any resume platform on and offline.

Forbes.com contributor William Arruda advises, “This makes your virtual brand more important than ever. And it means you must be able to tell your story online in 3D, creating a dazzling, complete picture of who you are and what makes you great.

The best place to do this is in LinkedIn…Once they click on your LinkedIn page, your summary is the most prominent zone. It’s the ultimate place to showcase your story.”

Now go forth, LEARN and GROW and have a Phenomenal Day in the process! http://smarturl.it/13Ways2LiftLnkdInSum


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commentary by Jacqueline Taylor-Adams, Business & Marketing Strategist with TaylorAdams Marketing & MgMt

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