Why LinkedIn is now as important as your CV and how to write a LinkedIn Profile to turbo charge your career

When: 25th Jul 2018, 19:15 - 25th Jul 2018, 20:15
Where: Webinar
Town/City: Webinar
Organiser: The CV Interview Advisors
Price: Free
Further Information: Further Information

LinkedIn is now the definitive pond that recruiters and companies fish for talent. This means that your LinkedIn profile is absolutely crucial if you want to grow your career / find a new job. Unfortunately, many job seekers either copy and paste their CV or spend no time whatsoever on their LinkedIn profile, rendering it completely ineffective when it comes to attracting recruitment decision makers.

Whether you are...

  • An active job seeker looking for a new role
  • A passive job seeker open to a tap on the shoulder by a head-hunter
  • An IT Contractor

...you need a LinkedIn profile that is written in the right way that includes:

  • An effective go-to-market description
  • A value proposition statement
  • Examples of your key achievements
  • Strategies to optimise your profile for searches
  • The use of social proofing techniques
  • A style of writing with specific content that recruiters respond to

And even if you are not a job seeker, your business contacts will be checking you out on LinkedIn; a poorly written LinkedIn profile will reflect on you and your company and can be damaging to business relationships. In fact, individuals with a better LinkedIn profile and professional footprint (measured through LinkedIn’s SSI) create 45% more opportunities than those with a weak profile and lower SSI.

To learn our tried and tested blueprint for writing a LinkedIn profile that will have recruitment decision makers fighting over you, and to learn how to use LinkedIn as a job hunting and networking tool, join us on Wednesday 25th at 7.15pm for a free BCS member webinar.

This is a live session with Q&A at the end for you to ask any questions.

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