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7 LinkedIn Tips for Graduates

7 LinkedIn Tips for Graduates to help with the grad job search We have put together some LinkedIn tips for graduates because we know that the graduate job hunt is a merciless quest of CV amendments, psychometric tests and automated rejection emails. We all know the pitfalls and have heard the horror stories of excellent

Using The Relationship Pyramid on Social Media

Using the Relationship Pyramid for recruitment and sales on social media   The basic premise is that relationships work in the same way in people’s personal and professional lives and can be explained in a ‘relationship pyramid’. While this is traditionally applied to face to face interactions, the same principles can be adapted and incredibly

The 8 Worst LinkedIn Crimes

I’m sure we have all come across a profile on LinkedIn that has made us raise an eyebrow, or roll an eye. Siobhan, a member of our research team here at SMS, has written a great list of the 8 worst LinkedIn crimes. Hopefully you don’t recognise any indiscretions as you scroll through the list!  

LinkedIn Profile Pictures – What Not To Use

LinkedIn Profile Pictures – What Not To Use Here at Social Media Search, one of core services is LinkedIn profile optimisation. We want to make sure our clients’ profiles appear engaging to potential prospects. Some of the things we look at include: – Professional headline – does it describe what you do? – Profile URL

The Power of LinkedIn: Engaging with your followers

The Power of LinkedIn: Engaging with your followers LinkedIn is now the third-fastest growing social network behind Instagram and Reddit. So how can you take advantage of the increased interest in LinkedIn to engage with your followers? Here are some key points to consider when sharing content with your companies’ followers. Think about your content

Recruiters – do you need a LinkedIn profile?

I’m not asking whether you need a Premium or Recruiter license. I mean any type of LinkedIn profile. Let’s consider the main reasons recruiters use LinkedIn – can the same results be achieved without a profile? NB – One important thing to remember – around 50% of the UK working population have a LinkedIn profile

Case Study: How To Achieve Your Career Goals Using Social Media

Over the years, we have worked with many senior individuals to strategically enhance their network using social media.  Objectives might include positioning for new roles including Non-Executive appointments, generating relationships online, for offline PR and speaking opportunities and raising the profile of the organisation they lead/work for. Here are 3 key thing we’ve noticed about
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