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How many languages do you speak on LinkedIn?

By: Viveka Monday February 24, 2014 comments Tags: LinkedIn, LinkedIn profile, profile languages, Viveka von Rosen, LinkedIn Tip, profile tip, Creating a profile

How Many Languages Do You Speak? Did you know that you could create a different LinkedIn profile for every language you speak? This means that when someone from a different country (say Turkey) speaking a different language (Say Turkish) finds your profile on LinkedIn if you have created another language (Say Turkish), they can view and read it in Turkish! Just a note here: if you dont actually speak Turkish, dont create a profile in Turkish because you wont be able to speak to them when they call. And dont use Google translator. Its really not accurate (I speak form experience! How do you create a LinkedIn profile in a new language? First of all, make sure you are in View Profile mode (not Edit Profile mode) In View profile mode click on the drop-down box to the right ... Read More

What to Do When You Need Better Results Than

By: Viveka Monday January 14, 2013 comments Tags: LinkedIn Tips, LinkedIn Tip, LinkedIn hack, LinkedIn Hacks

LinkedIn Name Search Hack Have you ever looked for someone on LinkedIn and instead of a name seen "LinkedIn Member"? Unfortunately, when doing an advanced search on LinkedIn for a type of person, more often than not instead of the person's name, you'll get the irritating non answerL "LinkedIn Member."This is especially with the free account and if you have a smaller network. It appears at this point that your only option is to pay LinkedIn money in the form of a monthly membership to get access to that person's name. But have no fear, the LinkedIn hacker is here! Video below if that's your thing! Steps to the LinkedIn Name Search Hack The first thing you want to do is copy any piece of information available. This is usually the professional... Read More

Treat Your LinkedIn Profile Like The Website It Is!

By: Viveka Tuesday November 8, 2011 comments Tags: Viveka von Rosen, LinkedIn Tips, LinkedIn Advice, LinkedIn Tip

Formatting Your LinkedIn Profile Make sure your LinkedIn profile is as least as professional in appearance as your website.  Is it formatted, clean, and free of spelling and grammatical errors?  I strongly suggest creating your LinkedIn profile first in a word document – not only so you can “catch” errors - but to get a better idea of what your profile will look like on the LinkedIn website. Some sections of LinkedIn (“Current Experience Description”, “Summary” and “Contact Me” sections are the most visible) will allow you to “pull” in bullets and special characters. In the product and services section of your LinkedIn Company profile you can now use bold and italics, but so far that is the only place.  (We’ll talk more about the great new... Read More