Tip #1: add the "open to work" logo on your profile picture to let others know you are seeking employment.
You can add this new feature by editing your profile on your LinkedIn to let others know you are open to work. This is a relatively new feature on LinkedIn and is perfect for those transitioning jobs and freelancers looking to take on new clients.
Tip #2: follow hashtags of your industry to see what's new and trending in your vertical, find out what's happening and whom you should connect with on LinkedIn.
Learn who is talking about what topics in your industry and find out which people create a buzz on LinkedIn. From here, you can choose profiles to connect with and message.
Tip #3: Engage in articles
Leave thoughtful comments and questions under articles posted by others in your vertical to promote your expertise online. While using the liking or clapping emojis is fine, leaving feedback or information in the comments section shows you are involved in the conversation and will get more eyeballs on your social media LinkedIn profile. When I engage in conversations, I have double the numbers of people on LinkedIn looking at my profile. Give it a shot and see for yourself!
Tip #4: Write articles
You don't have to create new content, take an article or post you've written and add a fresh spin to your LinkedIn feed.
Tip #5: Have an "About You" section
Without a complete profile, people won't see who you are or what you can do. LinkedIn profiles are the first impression of your business's social media profile, so make sure to write about your superpowers and strengths you bring to your work.
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