Day 1 of the 30 Day Blogging Challenge

Did you know how many posts about LinkedIn there are on this site?

Did you know how many posts about LinkedIn there are on my website?

It’s taken me a while, but I’m finally ready to complete Sarah Arrow’s 30 Day Blogging Challenge.  I don’t know why it’s taken me so long, but I suppose one of the reasons was that I really wasn’t sure what to write about. So my first post in this series is just a quick list of all the posts I’ve written about the different aspects of LinkedIn in the hope that I’ll get inspired or that some kind people will ask for posts on areas not covered. So here we go, my 30 LinkedIn posts…

Getting started on LinkedIn

  1. 12 Differences between your resume and LinkedIn profile
  2. 10 Reasons Job Seekers Need LinkedIn
  3. How to set up a LinkedIn account
  4. Protect yourself online – use strong passwords

Optimizing your LinkedIn profile

  1. 3 Things that you need to know in order to optimize your LinkedIn profile
  2. 3 Things that will make or break your LinkedIn profile
  3. 4 Steps to choosing the perfect LinkedIn image
  4. What’s in a name? 4 Mistakes to avoid on LinkedIn
  5. 3 Tips to help you build an awesome LinkedIn headline
  6. How to create your own Google-able LinkedIn public profile
  7. 5 Reasons you should have a LinkedIn summary
  8. How to craft an outstanding LinkedIn summary
  9. How to add bullets and symbols to your LinkedIn profile
  10. LinkedIn Essentials: Finding keywords for your profile
  11. 12 Tips on how to improve your job descriptions on LinkedIn
  12. LinkedIn Skills and Expertise: Do’s and Don’ts
  13. LinkedIn Update: Skills and expertise
  14. 10 Simple fixes to turn your profile from zero to hero
  15. How to create LinkedIn profiles in multiple languages

Building your LinkedIn network

  1. How to add 1 million users to your LinkedIn network in less than 1 minute!
  2. 5 Tips for sending invitations to connect on LinkedIn that get accepted
  3. How to get found on LinkedIn
  4. 8 Places on LinkedIn where you can find new connections
  5. 5 Rules for sending invitations to connect on LinkedIn
  6. 6 ways to make it easier for people to connect with you on LinkedIn
  7. To accept invitations to connect or not? That is the question
  8. 6 Quick ways of adding value to your LinkedIn network

Other miscellaneous posts

  1. LinkedIn stats and what they can tell you
  2. How to spot a fake LinkedIn profile
  3. 5 Places on LinkedIn where you could find your next job

So if there is an aspect of LinkedIn that you have a question about, then please comment below. I’ve got 29 others posts to complete so what would you like to know about LinkedIn, writing resumes, interview skills or finding work generally?

If you’re looking for a job, then why not take my free Get That Job challenge? It covers preparing a resume, building a killer LinkedIn profile, networking and interview skills. Alternatively, try out the Get That Job Club and gain access to courses and resources designed to help you get the job that you want. Try it for 1 month for only €5.

See you here tomorrow where we’ll look at QR codes and how they can help job seekers.

Take care for now

Karen x

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